Shoes

Shoes

On Cloudflash $180

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The Cloudflash is the latest racing flat from On Running. While its shares a philosophical connection with the original Cloudracer, it is brand new, designed from the ground up. The upper is thin closed mesh with just enough fused overlays to lend structure and support.

Mizuno Wave Sonic $100

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The Sonic is a new racer/trainer, trainer/racer from Mizuno which incorporates some new approaches to the wave technology. The upper is a thin semi-open mesh in the forefoot with closed mesh in the heel.

Nike Epic React Flyknit $150

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The Epic React Flyknit is Nike's latest running shoe, and may point to a new range of performance shoes. Replacing the Lunar Epic Flyknit, the Epic React Flyknit advances overall performance with a focus on a new midsole technology.

ASICS HyperSpeed 7 $85

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The Hyperspeed is ASICS' mid-weight racing shoe, a staple for distances from a 5k all the way up. Round 7 sticks to the script, a light, efficient shoe finished well.

Saucony Kilkenny $65 Spike/$55 Spikeless

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The Kilkenny is the oldest cross country model in the Saucony lineup, now in its 7th version.  The platform retains its heritage - and why not? It has been effective from its introduction because it is a sleek and efficient racing shoe.