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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.

MotioN StaBiLiZiNG - Reebok Premier Road Supreme 2 $100

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The Premier Road Supreme 2 takes a good shoe and makes it even better. The upper opens up the forefoot for a roomer fit across the metatarsals, with a snugger fit laterally provided by a large Kinetic Fit panel.

MotioN StaBiLiZiNG - Nike Zoom Structure triax+ 14 $100

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The Structure Triax has been updated with several mantras in mind, including “Don’t mess with success.” Round 14 stands pat on the effective dual-density Phylon midsole (one of Nike’s last shoes with the compound) and its well-executed crashpads and flex grooves, which provide great cushioning, stability, and an unobtrusive transition.

MotioN StaBiLiZiNG - Mizuno wave inspire 7 $100

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The Inspire has been one of Mizuno’s most dependable motion stabilizing shoes. Though not flashy, it’s a performer and Round 7 focuses on improving its fit and transition.