Latest Running footwear reviews
Up until recently, the carbon plate running shoe game has been dominated by Nike’s Vaporfly and Alphafly racers. Now, seemingly every brand has a supe...
Lightweight, grippy and packing the performance credentials to tear up the trails, Scott's Kinabalu 2 is a waterproof and versatile trail shoe
We test Saucony's mid-level, nylon-plate running shoe to see if you really need carbon fibre to smash PBs.
We test Columbia's top of the range trail running shoe, the Montrail Trinity AG, to see how it copes off the beaten path.
Lighter, more aesthetically pleasing and with a grippier sole, these Peregrines were born to fly
Inov-8 has pumped the Parkclaw 275 GTX full of graphene and the results are excellent
The Hoka Zinal does away with traditionally bulky trail running elements for a faster, stripped-back approach to running off-road.
We test the Vivobarefoot Primus Trail II All Weather FG to see if it can help promote a healthier running style on all terrains
The 361 Degrees Camino WP is a shoe with a bit of an identity crisis. Not quite a fully-fledged hiking boot and not really part of the lightweight, tr...
With 5mm lugs on the sole and increased cushioning, the Saucony Peregrine 11 is a trail running monster