5 Best Shoe Combos To Smash That PB
It’s not uncommon to own more than one pair of shoes – especially if you’re a runner.
TESTED: Brooks Launch 4
The overall geometry has changed since version 3, which makes it faster.
TESTED: Altra Torin 2.5
Testers reported they liked both the style and the lightweight comfort.
TESTED: Mizuno Wave Rider 20
This lightweight, responsive shoe is reminiscent of earlier models launched two decades ago.
TESTED: Skechers Go Run
The upper is thin and breathable, featuring a honeycombed toe-cap and flat laces, which have just a touch of stretch to help lock the shoe down.
TESTED: Olympic Eclipse
A simple, lightweight shoe for the casual runner who rarely goes longer than 10km.
TESTED: adidas Adios 3
It’s hard to improve upon the adiZero Adios 2, but testers confirmed that this update of the popular racer is even better.
TESTED: New Balance 860 V7
Runners who enjoy support and a peppy ride were pleased with this shoe.
TESTED: New Balance Zante V3 Fresh Foam
It feels delightfully zippy, rather like the first version of the Zante.
TESTED: Saucony Triumph ISO 3
A year ago Saucony added bouncy midsole foam to the Triumph, its premium daily trainer for neutral runners. This time round, they’ve added even more.