Running Shoes

Saucony Liberty ISO

The Draw: Laissez-Faire Stability for Economical Speed and Distance Saucony’s Liberty ISO, with its full-length encapsulated polyurethane midsole and topsole, stood out as a tester […] /

Scarpa Spin RS

The Draw: Low and Protected Filling in where Scarpa’s trail-running line needed it, the Spin is more than the Atom and less than the Neutron—combining […] /

Under Armour HOVR Sonic

The Draw: Miles of Midsole Bliss Under Armour’s new HOVR cushioning platform—the foundation of the Sonic—hits that sweet spot, where impact dampening, absorption, and a […] /

Brooks Levitate

The Draw: Energy Preservation that Doesn’t Suck Using Brooks’ newest midsole material for greater energy return and springiness, the Levitate served our testers well on […] /

Inov-8 Roclite 315

The Draw: Stout with Tremendous Bite Confidently take on any terrain with the help of the Roclite 315’s rugged, armor-like upper, highly protective, shanked midsole, […] /

Merrell MQM Flex GTX

The Draw: Wet- And Tear-Free Trail Feel Merrell has really nailed glove-like fit, which only added to our testers’ appreciation of these flexible-yet-sturdy trail shoes. […] /

361 Degrees Meraki

The Draw: Efficiency and Road Fortitude When you don’t think about a shoe because it’s seamlessly doing its job, you know you’ve got a good […] /

Newton Distance 7

The Draw: Svelte and Smooth The original Newton model launched in 2007. This upgrade gives it a new, seamless, highly breathable upper (that translated to […] /

Hoka One One Mach

The Draw: Lightweight Cushioning with Tempo Performance The Mach is filling in some big shoes as the replacement to the Clayton 2—a popular choice on […] /

Reebok Harmony Road 2

The Draw: Happy High-Mileage Training Testers kept going back to the Harmony Road 2 as a go-to shoe, because it works simply and simply works. […] /