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Brooks Glycerin 18 Review

A comfortable daily trainer for those long and easy runs

Arun Ganesh

6 minutes read

If you are in a training block where clocking high mileage is the priority or running a hundred-day streak, a comfortably cushioned shoe is your ally. Right from its inception, the Brooks Glycerin series is known for its soft cushioned, and comfortable ride. Glycerin series is one of the first running shoes to use gel pads to offer a softer ride. In its 18th edition, Brooks Glycerin 18 continues to uphold its original goal.

Saucony Axon Review

Saucony Axon is maximally cushioned neutral shoe in the budget. It has a rocker design, balancing comfort and smoother ride for those longer runs.


6 minutes read

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Saucony Hurricane 23 Review

Hurriance 23 is a stability shoe with a difference. It sets itself apart with plenty of cushioning offering a soft and bouncy ride for those long runs.


5 minutes read

If you are looking for a modern stability shoe with high-stack and plush cushioning, you have come to the right page. Saucony has lined up a spectrum of stability shoes from Guide, Omni to Hurricane, offering a good choice.

Puma Deviate Nitro Review

Puma Deviate Nitro is a well cushioned, high stack neutral trainer with a carbon plate.

Vineet, Aravind

8 minutes read

Molly Seidel not just won a medal at the Olympics but also millions of hearts. For one, we are all impressed by her performance, grit, and vulnerability. Wonder why a reference to Molly Seidel for a shoe review of Puma Deviate Nitro? That is because she ran in Puma Deviate Nitro Elite shoes at the Olympics, which is the close cousin of Deviate Nitro.

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