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PeRFoRMaNCe - Scott eRide trainer $115

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Scott continues to refine the products in its expanding line of running shoes. Proven in earlier Scott shoes, the ErgoLogic Fit upper, a two-layer, midfoot support/lace system, secures the foot effectively.

PeRFoRMaNCe - Saucony ProGrid Mirage $100

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The Mirage follows in the footsteps of last season’s innovative Kinvara, so it shares more than a few similarities. Its weight belies its durable nature and it has a more traditional feel in both the upper and the outersole.

PeRFoRMaNCe - Puma Faas 500 $100

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The Faas 500 is the top-end of a series of Puma shoes designed with less materials and a simpler ethos. Performance is the
goal so it’s not surprising that the name derives from the Jamaican pronunciation of the word “fast.”

PeRFoRMaNCe - on Cloudsurfer $149

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A new brand from Switzerland, On employs a unique running technology called CloudTec. The outersole of the shoe features nine CloudTec lugs in the forefoot and four in the heel which, when viewed from the side, have an oval-shaped negative space. Under pressure, the lugs compress to cushion, but since they have small teeth on the inner surface they grip each other to aid forward motion.

PeRFoRMaNCe - Nike Lunar elite+ 2 $100

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The Lunar Elite+ 2 does the original at least one better in several areas, and winds up a better shoe as a result. The original
midsole and outersole benefitted from earlier Lunar series shoes and the effectiveness of the Dynamic Support platform, so
both have been retained in their original configuration.