Top 3 Treads For The Trail
Gear editor Ryan Scott shows the three winners from the Trail Shoe Buyer’s Guide 2017.
New Balance 690v2 Review
The newly launched New Balance 690v2 is stacking up to be one of the best shoes to come out of the Boston company’s trail department.
Shoe Review: Saucony Peregrine 6
After a little over five years and six variations Saucony have released the Peregrine 6, could it be the best one yet?
TESTED: Salomon Sense Pro 2
A light and nimble shoe that offers enough cushioning and longevity to keep it out of the minimalist category, and is suitable for everyday use.
TESTED: Vivobarefoot Primus
The only true minimalist shoe, designed for those who intend to run with as little support and cushioning as possible.
TESTED: Puma Faas 300 TR V3
Those with narrow feet who are looking for a fast trail shoe will find what they’re looking for in the Faas 300.
TESTED: adidas adiZero XT Boost
When testers saw the unique upper, their initial thoughts were that this shoe would feel awkward to run in; ease of use came as a pleasant surprise.
TESTED: SAUCONY PEREGRINE 6
The remodelled Peregrine impressed wear-testers and shone in the lab, having improved in every aspect.
TESTED: Salomon Wings Pro 2
These shoes excel on fast, technical descents.
TESTED: The North Face Ultra Endurance
The Ultra Endurance is aimed at runners looking for a simple, versatile, cool-looking shoe.