Shoes

Shoes

2009 Puma Complete Concinnity III $95

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You know that some things are a pretty good idea. Light, stable, fast, what’s not to like? If Puma had stayed this course, things could have been different.

ASICS GT-2150 $100

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The best-selling technical running shoe enters the back half of its second decade with a plan: Be consistent. The design stays as near as possible to previous versions, only tinkering with improvements to materials, especially those at the top of ASICS’ impressive line. The similarity with the 2140 extends from the upper, with minor adjustments in the overlays, lowered ankle collar for better fit, to the midsole, through to the shank and outersole.

Brooks Glycerin 9 $130

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The Glycerin is the flagship of the Brooks neutral shoe line. Fall 2011 marks the second round of DNA cushioning for the Glycerin, and it has lost significant weight in this update process. The upper sports thinner overlays throughout the forefoot, softening the feel without losing support.

Puma Harambee

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Here is a blast from the past as we enter the Invitational portion of the 2015 track season. For your consideration we present the 2000 version of the Puma Harambee.

Puma Complete Trailfox $100

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Taking a look backwards, while nostalgic, can also be informative. My perusal of the archives from a decade ago, revealed this gem, which could hold its own today. Here was how it was described ten years ago.