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The Brooks Ghost 11 are an absolute delight to run in. The are very comfortable, offer plenty of support and cushioning, are breathable and stretch to my feet as I run. This shoe is a real winner for me!
If you're after a minimal zero-drop running shoe with full protection and comfort for barefoot running then the Merrell Trail Glove 4 Knit is for you!
The Brooks Cascadia 13 are very comfortable on hard packed rocky trails. I find myself pushing harder on the downhill sections due to the extra cushioning, which makes such a difference.
On Cloud vs Cloud X: We've reviewed both these running shoes in detail so here's our side by side comparison of them. Find out which shoe we prefer!
On Cloud 2018 Review: My 'go-to' lifestyle and 'on the move' shoe, where other trainers just aren't stylish enough for me to want to wear them all day, at work or when heading to the city.
The Women's Trailroc 285s are built to handle anything you throw at them, whether gnarly roots, technical Alpine rocks or packed rocky desert.
On Cloudace Review: There's no denying that these shoes are capable of allowing you to run long distances in extreme comfort. All the tech and small detail design work is there, and I can comfortably say that the running company from Switzerland has once again come through with a very innovative shoe!
The Xero Terraflex is a 'barefoot style' trail running shoe that can benefit your running technique in a multitude of ways. It's a lightweight, minimal and flexible shoe that should help your body develop a natural and efficient running technique.
On Cloud X Review: The World’s Lightest Fully-Cushioned Running Shoe for Running Remixed