The 1080's comfortable Fresh Foam midsole delivers an energetic ride. This maximally cushioned shoe gets top marks for excellent shock absorption. Features a super sleek design.
The fit is a little narrow and some found the overall feel a bit too stiff.
The Zante is lightweight and features an affordable price tag. The upper is stretchy to help with fit and reviewers with bunions found the accommodating upper super comfortable.
Not a good choice for long-distance training or heavier runners who may need more protection underfoot.
A super flexible shoe with minimal cushioning for a lightweight feel. Stretchy upper is accommodating. Shoe features a Vibram brand outsole that provides exceptional traction. Outsole is also incredibly durable.
Upper is stretchy but most reviewers felt the need to size up regardless.
Features a highly cushioned midsole that provides a stable ride. Midsole materials are also incredibly durable and the forefoot is nice and wide. Reviewers felt the shoe provided adequate arch support, too.
Not appropriate for severe overpronators. Some felt the shoe lacked support.
A little more built-up than the Minimus, these deliver a well-cushioned ride. Equipped with grippy outsole, the shoe can handle the roads and trails equally well. We love the airy mesh upper and wide design.
Not suitable for narrow feet. Some runners had issues with durability.
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