Monday, 18 April 2016 22:14

Salomon Sonic Pro - Tested & Reviewed

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When I took delivery of the Sense Mantra 3 last year I ended up using them on the road more than the trail. Living in a city and having to run to the trails, more often then not, my trail shoes share 20-30% of their time spent running on man…
Monday, 18 April 2016 22:03

Hoka One One Clifton 2 - Tested & Reviewed

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Last year I reviewed the Speedgoat and I was undecided whether the maximal new age was for me. The midsole was a little soft for my liking for technical descents, but on the flats and climbs, I could see the benefit and they also worked wonders after I injured myself on a…
Monday, 18 April 2016 21:52

Inov8 RoadClaw 275 - Reviewed & Tested

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Inov8 exist to enable you to take on any terrain. Their comprehensive line of trail/fell shoes and expansion into cross fit/gyms, had most bases covered. However, the roads were a little lacking of options. Its true they have the X-Treme™ range, but these low drop, ultralight shoes favoured the biomechanically…
Sunday, 31 January 2016 22:02

Salming Trail T1 - Tested & Reviewed

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 Born on Swedish Trails, the Salming Trail T1 set outs to be the versatile weapon in your arsenal, but how does it perform when the red mist descends and the trail fights back?
Friday, 01 January 2016 09:51

Salomon Speedcross Pro tested and reviewed

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The Salomon Speedcross is an established crud eating, trail munching, race wining shoe. Though something of a Salomon classic, development and improvements continue, along with new variants for specific applications.
Monday, 26 October 2015 13:26

Hoka One One Speedgoat tested and reviewed

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Hoka One One's Speedgoat is a light, lively, all terrain shoe that puts comfort centre stage. Superb cushioning with a substantial outsole and good flexibility combine with a sticky vibram sole and full 4mm lugs to provide a shoe that comfort well beyond its low weight. Suitable for road use…
Monday, 12 October 2015 08:51

Saucony Xodus 6 tested and reviewed

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Saucony's Xodus 6 is designed to be tough, seriously tough. With an aggressive Vibram outsole and forefoot rock plate it's built for chewing up trails and spitting them out of its high rise lugs. With a relatively soft sole it's particularly suited to soft ground but still transitions well to…
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