Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14

So far as looks are concerned, Brooks GTS Model is very much like its older versions, with the simple mesh on synthetic overlays and the Brooks’ logo on the side. Do not, however, be mislead by the simplicity of its looks; for a product that looks pretty minimal, it packs in some top-of-the-line technology. Brooks […]


Nike LunarGlide 6

One thing is for sure; if you are a runner who tends to over-pronate, then this is just the shoe for you! Everything about the LunarGlide 6 is about enhancing the running experience of athletes who over-pronate. It is light in weight, it provides enhanced stability and absolute comfort through the extra Lunarlon foam cushioning […]


Asics Gel Cumulus 17 Review

The Asics Cumulus range has always been a popular choice within the running community. A robust shoe which has consistently provided a great balance of comfort, durability and responsiveness. Asics have completely reinvented the cushioning on the Cumulus 17 so we were excited to put it through a few trial runs. The Asics Cumulus 17 […]


Inov-8 Roclite 295 Review

So if you’ve familiar with Running Village you’ll know that we’re huge fans of trail running; there’s just something about getting off the pavement and onto a good trail that seems to enhance the running experience. You’ll also know that we’re big fans of Inov-8 shoes, which is why I was so excited to test […]


Inov-8 Roclite 285 Review

One of my 2012 New Year resolutions was to start running more trails. Ahead of my first trail race, I was lucky enough to test out the newest minimal/racing trail shoe from Inov-8, the Roclite 285. The 6-mile course offered some technical ascents with some soft, loose summer gravel so a pre-race reconnaissance run would […]


New Balance 1080v2 Review

The 1080v2 is the latest premium shoe from New Balance in the neutral category. Designed to provides a smooth, cushioned, lightweight ride the New Balance 1080V introduces a whole host of new features including a redesigned T-Beam, TPU shank that offers the neutral runner the midfoot stability they crave. The shoe also has a new, […]


K-Swiss Kwicky Blade Light Review

K-Swiss are a relative new kid on the block when it comes to running shoes (although they have been appearing on Tennis courts since the 60s). It’s always interesting to see how the new brands embrace running shoe design and functionality so I was delighted when my pair of K-Swiss Kwicky Blade Light were delivered […]


New Balance m890v2 Review

I’ve tested a lot of running shoes in my time, but one of my favourite pairs of all time was the New Balance m890. They fit my foot like the proverbial glass slip and I was genuinely gutted when after wearing my old pair down I went to my local running store, only to be […]


Saucony Guide 7 Review

Saucony claim to have spent many hours researching, prototyping and testing their latest shoe the Guide 7, all in an attempt to build on the success of the hugely popular Guide 6. With such a fine pedigree to live up to, I was curious to see how the Guide 7 would perform? First Impressions of […]


Asics Nimbus 16 Review

I’ve long championed the Asics Nimbus range. They have consistently provided comfort, support and a plush feel. With each new version, Asics continue to build on the success of the previous – will the Nimbus 16 live up to the legacy of those that came before it? There’s only one way to find out: First […]

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