Running Shoes

Patagonia Rover Shoe

Patagonia Rover Shoe

The Patagonia Rover is a versatile hybrid: part minimalist trailer runner, part approach shoe, even part water shoe. But read on to learn where it really shines.

First Look: Patagonia EVERLong

First Look: Patagonia EVERLong

Running shoe reviewer Lance Peterson takes an initial look at the new EVERLong, and finds it to be a solid lightweight, low-drop trail shoe.

Vivobarefoot Breatho Trail

Vivobarefoot Breatho Trail

The Vivobarefoot Breatho Trail is a zero-drop shoe that climbs steep terrain very well and has a very impressive outsole.

Salomon Sense Mantra

Salomon Sense Mantra

The Salomon Sense Mantra is a lightweight, one-shoe quiver. It’s a good choice for high-mileage training, and for those looking to transition into more minimalist running.

New Balance Minimus 1010 Trail

New Balance Minimus 1010 Trail

The New Balance Minimus 1010 Trail provides an excellent combination of trail feel, cushioning, and protection.

Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra

Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra

The Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra was built to fly. It does. Now read on to learn a whole lot about its fit, its durability, its trail feel, its traction, its competition, etc., etc., etc…