Gear Review: No Bull White Heather Forest Trainer

The first thing anyone ever says about these when I wear them around is usually something along the lines of “HEY! Nice kicks!”. I’ve worn them to bars, to the gym, out on the town. Basically everywhere. They were designed Continue reading Gear Review: No Bull White Heather Forest Trainer

Shoe Review: Xeroshoes Umara Z-Trail Sport Sandal

So… duh, I like to run in sandals a fair bit. I also run in a number of other types of shoes, but for me there’s nothing like the freedom of feeling the air under my feet as I flit Continue reading Shoe Review: Xeroshoes Umara Z-Trail Sport Sandal

Review: Adidas Supernova Boost Sequence 7

Longtime readers of this site will remember my review of the original Adidas Boost shoe. Today, thanks to Fleet Feet Davis’ “Big Shoe Off” I had the chance to run in one of Adidas’ newest boost shoes, the Sequence Boost Continue reading Review: Adidas Supernova Boost Sequence 7

Review: Nike Free 5.0

As you guys know, I’m a big fan of Born to Run. And, as anyone who’s read the book can tell you, Nike doesn’t fare well beneath the ever chopping axe of Chris McDougall. Now, I don’t subsribe to the Continue reading Review: Nike Free 5.0

Review: HOKA ONE ONE Conquest

I’ve been rocking HOKA ONE ONE’s Stinson Tarmac for a while now and it continues to impress. However, I was very interested in trying out one of HOKA’s semi-new shoes, the Conquest. Before we start, here’s a quick PSA on Continue reading Review: HOKA ONE ONE Conquest

Review: New Balance Fresh Foam 980

New Balance is another one of those companies that’s been around forever and is known for making solid, sturdy shoes. I have a pair of transitional shoes from them, and have found them to be fairly reliable kicks, with good Continue reading Review: New Balance Fresh Foam 980

Running: Avoiding becoming a hood ornament

A friend of mine on Twitter asked me for some tips on staying safe from vehicles while out running and I thought it would be a fantastic topic for a blog post (and also way too long for a Twitter Continue reading Running: Avoiding becoming a hood ornament

Gear Review: SKORA Core

In my experience, there’s three kinds of so called “minimalist” shoes out there: 1) The “me too” shoes which took existing traditional shoe designs & put a thinner, usually zero/low drop sole on them 2) The sandal crew (shout out Continue reading Gear Review: SKORA Core