Running Shoe Reviews
2011 Summer Running Shoe Guide
No shoe is perfect for every runner. That's why we mechanically pound and flex each new model at the RW Shoe Lab and solicit feedback from 350 real runners; the results from our latest round of testing are on the slides that follow. The shoes are organized into these categories: stability, neutral-cushioned, and performance training. To figure out which category fits your feet, it's helpful to know how much you pronate (an inward rolling of the foot that helps dissipate shock). Also, understand that soft cushioned and performance shoes aren't always suitable for heavier runners.
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