The Hoka Arahi is a lightweight stability shoe that has been going head to head with the best of the bunch in the stability category over the last few years. Hoka continues the successful J-Frame posting in the shoe, to prevent any overpronation as you go heel to toe guided by the improved and effective meta-rocker that Hoka fans know and love. The main difference between this and the last model is a lighter upper with recycled materials shaves some weight off the shoe, and a plusher tongue adds more comfortability.
Brooks Glycerin 20
The Brooks Glycerin is one of Brooks longest running models, designed to be a max cushioned shoe can go the distance while consistently delivering a smooth ride. The last few generations of this model have really impressed me, and have been one of my favorite – wearing to work shoes, long run shoes, & easy run shoes. This new model explores Brook’s new Nitrogen infused foam, DNA Loft V3. Will this improve upon the already great shoe? Or will it be a faulty improvement leading the model astray.
The New Balance 880 is one of New Balances longest running models, designed to be a workhorse shoe that can suit a wide range of athletes looking for a high cushioned neutral ride. In the past this shoe has been, in my opinion, good, but not great. This newer model however has surprised me and places itself towards the top of my wish list.
The Saucony Triumph a premium daily trainer with soft and responsive cushioning that comes with an improved lightweight upper. The midsole features Saucony’s top of the line PWRRUN+ cushioning which helps this shoe feel soft but responsive for a versatile repertoire of training.
The new iconic running shoe by diadora in nylon air mesh with dd anima technology. The light blue colour was chosen to celebrate products Made in Italy, and the three colours of the Italian flag also appear. The Equipe Atomo shoe was create to satisfy any need, combining outstanding performance and comfort.