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Shoes particularly appropriate for trail running

New Balance Men’s FuelCell Propel V2

New Balance Men’s FuelCell Propel V2

If you are trying to find a great daily training running shoe, then you may want to get to know more about these New Balance FuelCell Propel V2, a successful successor of the previous version, Propel V1. How did we come to the conclusion that this model of New Balance is a success? You may find the answer in these few lines below in our review. We tested the man’s version on a 40 miles run (approx. 65 km) in…

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Inov-8 Roclite 290

Inov-8 Roclite 290

Inov-8 Roclite 290 trail running shoes are boosted with some really high quality features for dashing in rocky terrain! We took a look at them from a closer perspective and ran them through some 50 miles. In mud, over limestones, glassy stairs and on just simple rainy forest paths. My feeling is that, in general, the whole test went really well. 🙂 That being said, there are some points that you should be aware of before purchasing this model and…

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New Balance 410v6 Review

New Balance 410v6 Review

Why New Balance 410v6? In 95 % of cases, we do testing and write reviews about running shoes that are solely from the road category. Not only because they are the best for running but because runners mostly do not even consider other options. For example trail shoes. People have them connected with higher weight, bulkiness, that they are not fancy for casual wearing and combining them with a lifestyle simply doesn’t work. Besides everything, we found out from experience…

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ASICS GEL-VENTURE 6 Review

ASICS GEL-VENTURE 6 Review

Did you know that trail running brings in 90 % of cases, some higher risk of injuries? According to a study from 2015, in most cases trail running causes particularly lower back pain (42 % of cases), knee injuries (40 % of cases), problems with foot plantar fasciitis (33 % of cases) and it continues with thigh injuries (30 % of cases) as well. Therefore, the right selection of trail shoes is definitely at place! And if you are one…

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Under Armour Hovr Infinite

Under Armour Hovr Infinite

Imagine you forgot your smartphone at home before going on the road. Or maybe you simply don’t like to run with your phone in your hands and feel its heaviness. Or it just happened that your phone battery went empty during during the run suddenly… Sounds pretty uneasy for an enthusiast who always likes measuring every step during the run, don’t you think? Well that’s where Under Armour hovr Infinite perfectly comes in hand. It is a smart and effective…

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Nike Air Max Torch 4 Review

Nike Air Max Torch 4 Review

If you say stylish and comfortable trail running shoes that can easily handle medium difficult terrain, then you should definitely imagine Nike Air Max Torch 4. After having them tested for almost 5 months and approximately 3 times per week, you read about my findings below. Straight to the point, hiking and jogging on short to medium distances is for Nike Air Max Torch 4 absolutely no problem. The upper, even though a bit less breathable, greatly manages any obstacles….

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Asics GEL-SONOMA 4 Review

Asics GEL-SONOMA 4 Review

Despite not being a big fan of trail running shoes, I sometimes simply like to exchange the terrain and instead of comfortable park roads go for a wild run into the real forest. For such a situation when you go into a bit more wild and adventurous running terrain, Asics Gel Sonoma 4 are an ideal option. First of all, they surprised me by the firm top. A lot! After having them tested on 250 kilometers, I dare to say…

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Adidas Terrex Agravic GTX Review

Adidas Terrex Agravic GTX Review

As most of runners, I also really hate winter. Plenty of rain showers with unpleasant wind and temperatures dropping to zero degrees. Those are the tipical conditions here, in the Netherlands, from mid October until later March. For an incredible weather like that, Gore-tex sneakers come into real hand. For that reason I tried and tested the new model Adidas Terrex Agravic GTX and I ran in them approximately 200 kilometers in different conditions and places. BUY THIS PRODUCT NOW…

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Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Review

Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Review

The truth is, I am not a really big fun of trail running shoes. I have simply always preferred that kind of “boring” surface and running on asphalt or concrete. Nevertheless, I sometimes make a change of the terrain and try also a more difficult terrain. Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 is in my opinion an ideal shoe which you can combine for those trails that change from asphalt to forest or not maintained park roads. Especially, it will make…

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