Tagged: racing flat

Altra Launches a 4.2 oz Shoe – The Vanish-R

 Introducing the Vanish-R – Altra’s first racing flat. With a 14 mm stack height and weighing only 4.2 ounces, the Vanish-R has the lowest stack height and lightest weight of any Altra shoe. “Unlike...

New Balance 1400v3

New Balance 1400v3 Review

One, Two, Three! Having recently reviewed the 1400v2’s, taking the New Balance 1400v3’s for a spin seemed like a no-brainer. I like what version 2 had to offer in that it was a shoe...

New Balance 1400v2

New Balance 1400v2 Review

When the opportunity presented itself to put the New Balance 1400v2 to the test, I was quite excited to see what this shoe had to offer. I had some experience testing the original 1400...

New Balance 1400 Blue Purple

New Balance 1400 Review

The New Balance 1400 running shoes are marketed as a lightweight performance racing flat. I can see these New Balance 1400s doubling as an everyday trainer and a race day shoe. I was impressed...

Mizuno Ronin 4 Review

The Mizuno Ronin has always been a no-nonsense, stripped-down racing flat from Mizuno built for neutral runners. This new, 4th version does not deviate from the core concept of the Ronin. Many elite runners...

Brooks Pure Grit Review

Brooks Running’s new Pure Project line has gotten a lot of attention in the running world over the last few months. Brooks took their time introducing a line of shoes for the minimalist/natural running...

New Balance RC 1400 Review

With the minimalist movement in full stride, some runners are making the switch while many runners are asking questions and are on the fence.  If you’re one of those runners that want to make...