The two newest shoes in Mizuno's high performance Rebellion series are the Rebellion Flash and the Rebellion Pro. Each is made with sustainable materials that make these shoes focused on performance and energy return getting you feeling and running fast.
We are heading towards the new year, but November 1st marked the Brooks Ghost New Year. This shoe is the Captain America of running shoes. Year-in-year-out this shoe is the top selling shoe, but anymore, it really lags behind the ‘super’ trend. What is Brooks doing, that is so right? I think a lot of what people enjoy is continued and improved upon in this new model. But I won’t spare it from all critique…
On has taken the world by storm this year(maybe year-and-half). What was once a niche brand a few years ago is now well known and highly worn. The Cloudmonster is one of their latest models that looks to butt heads with the Hoka Bondi’s and New Balance Fresh Foam More’s that highlight the max cushion trend that is picking up speed in the 'shoe-niverse'(trademarking that term).
Each year there are dozens of great shoes. From everyday trainers, to versatile workout shoes, to race day supershoes everyone has one that holds the title of #1. But which one came out on top this year.
Mach 5 Review
A brand mostly known for it max cushion, plush comfort, and slightly orthopedic look- Hoka continues to rise in the ranks at run specialty stores everywhere. The Mach 5 is a versatile, high energized shoe that takes advantage of the Hoka ‘meta-rocker’ with a mixture of soft, responsive Profly+ midsole foam and a rubberized outsole. (*Ooooooh-aaahhh)*