Shoes

Shoes

Nike Zoom Waffle (Y2K)

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What is not to love about a classic retro shoe? The Nike Zoom Waffle from Y2K has the enduring looks.

ASICS Harrier (1997)

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If the Harrier from 1997 were introduced today runners would… actually think it was a pretty darn good shoe. It has the same basic profile we see today, same upper materials, and a tread that maybe ought to be revisited, or at the very least reexamined. Ah, nostalgia - it isn’t always as wistful as one might think. At least in recent memory, many of the shoes are as good as what we have today.

ASICS GEL–1000 $100

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The Gel-1000 has been a mid-priced workhorse for ASICS for over 2 decades. The name comes from a numerical reset, though the "1000" designation has not been used before, previously the series jumped directly from the 140 to the 1050.

PeRFoRMANCe - Mizuno wave Precision 12 $105

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The Precision is an icon in Mizuno’s running line so it’s fitting that sublimated graphics on the upper represent Japanese block prints reminiscent of Pagoda architecture on the men’s shoe and the cherry blossom on the women’s.

PeRFoRMANCe - karhu Flow Fulcrum_ride $110

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The new Flow bears a resemblance to its sibling (and the fastest shoe in Karhu’s lineup) the Racer Fulcrum_ride. The Flow’s upper is two types of open mesh: one at the tongue, forefoot, ankle collar, and heel; the other as a supportive saddle-like layer in the midfoot that’s further braced by the welded logo stripe.