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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.

PeRFoRMaNCe - Mizuno wave elixer 6 $110

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The Wave Elixer 6 is an update that respects the strengths of its predecessor. Version 5 featured a major overhaul of the midsole
compound and the outersole configuration, so Round 6 merely draws attention to the heel crashpad with a bright green color-up and leaves well enough alone—a smart move.

PeRFoRMaNCe - Li-Ning Fremont $85

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Li-Ning is China’s largest domestic sports footwear brand and the Fremont represents its first foray into the U.S. market. The
shoe has a low profile with a very slight heel-to-forefoot drop, which means you should count on an adaptation period to minimize
the chances of injury.

PeRFoRMaNCe - k-Swiss kwicky Blade Light $130

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The Kwicky Blade Light is a sibling to the Blade Light, but with a personality of its own. The midsole features the Blade-Light design of angled EVA blades for cushioning and energy transfer; however, here it’s enhanced with a second density for stability.

PeRFoRMaNCe - karhu Fast2 Fulcrum_ride $130

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In its second time out, the Fast Fulcum_ride features an update to the Karhu Fulcrum technology. The Fulcrum component has been reshaped slightly into a lower profile that now tips the foot forward at a gentler pitch. Up top, the new upper offers more room in the forefoot making it better suited to high-volume feet and keeps it open across the metatarsals to accommodate bunions or a wide forefoot.