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Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 review running shoes
The Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 is a versatile carbon plated high stack trainer with a comfortable and responsive ride for all types of runs.
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After a highly successful first edition, the Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 is back with a very similar enhanced configuration. The Speed 2 is a premium (read expensive but high-quality) daily trainer with maximal cushioning, nylon plate, Peba foam (PWRRUN PB), and rockered geometry.

The outcome is a versatile ride suitable for any training and distance. Whether you want performance or comfort, you can be sure that the Speed 2 has it! Softer under the foot and roomier around the toes, many runners see it as the perfect alternative to the Saucony Endorphin Pro to take it easy without losing their edge.

This new version has a bigger toe box to accommodate users who need more width and height for their feet. Also, the heel fit is better with a more flexible configuration.

Did we mention the shoe was lightweight? At 224 g/7.9 oz (M), it's one of the lightest daily trainers out there!

The only potential downside is the suboptimal grip on slippery roads.

All in all, we recommend it if you're looking for a responsive and durable shoe with a classic yet smooth ride that can handle both daily workouts and races.

Please read our complete review analysis of the Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 for more information.
Comfort
9.5
Durability
9.5
Value for Money
9
Design
9.5
PROS:
  • Great comfort
  • Roomier forefoot area
  • Versatile ride that's forgiving yet responsive
  • Improved heel counter comfort
  • Nice colorway
  • Sturdy shoe
CONS:
  • The traction on wet terrains needs improvement
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Nike Pegasus Trail 3 review trail running shoes
The Nike Pegasus Trail 3 has beefed up and is ready to face the most challenging trails out there. Review analysis coming soon!
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New Balance FuelCell Prism review stability running shoe
The New Balance FuelCell Prism is a lightweight stability shoe that offers good comfort.
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Stability shoes for overpronation are often heavy and unexciting in terms of running feel. New Balance has taken the challenge of combining an attractive, lightweight design with a stable platform. The New Balance FuelCell Prism is sleek and delivers a springy and light ride. Focus on the feedback from testers.

The FuelCell Prism has some of the same features as the Fuelcell TC but with a more stable platform. The heel-to-toe drop is also different with 6 mm. In terms of weight, without matching the featherweight build of the FC, the Prism is relatively light (230 g/8.1 oz for men), which is rare for this type of shoe. Testers agree that the FuelCell Prism is very light yet particularly well suited to runners looking for stability. Testers confirm that overpronators will be very comfortable in this pair.

While running, some runners found the shoes a bit sluggish, with too much ground contact. Some appreciated the "bounce" while others judged it to be lacking, especially at faster paces. As a result, they recommend the FuelCell Prism for runs up to a half marathon.

The upper is comfortable and provides an effective foothold. For those who usually feel a little cramped around the toes, good news: the forefoot is spacious. The upper is soft with a light and breathable engineered mesh. Still, some runners complained that the shoes get soaked on rainy days, indicating that they don't dry well. The tongue is well-padded, which provides comfort. The most problematic point: a few people reported rubbing on the toe due to the New Balance logo stitching on the upper. Finally, the lacing system is simple and effective.

Finally, the outsole offers good traction on the road, even when wet. There is exposed foam with a good dose of rubber to improve durability. No early signs of wear at first glance, according to runners, but it's something to watch out for due to the shoe's lightweight profile.

The Consensus

Despite its good intentions (combining lightweight, comfortable cushioning, and support), the New Balance FuelCell Prism's ride disappoints somewhat in terms of responsiveness. Thus, while its competition configuration suggests otherwise, it's not that impressive during speed training (splits, uptempo). Nevertheless, it remains an exciting and affordable choice for runners who tire of wearing bricks for support.
PROS:
  • Very lightweight for a support shoe
  • Good overall comfort
  • Very breathable and lightweight mesh upper
  • Ideal for short to medium distance runs
  • Affordable price
CONS:
  • Durability needs to be checked over time
  • Lacks bounce for speed work
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Brooks Cascadia 16 review trail running shoes
More cushioned without losing ground feel; the Brooks Cascadia 16 is a very good trail running shoe that offers comfort and protection for all conditions.
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The Brooks Cascadia 16 is a comfortable and versatile running shoe to run on trails. This new version is lighter (finally under 300 g/10.6 oz) while offering more cushioning (29 mm under the heel).

The upper is softer and more spacious, which makes it more suitable for users with wide feet.

The new Brooks Cascadia 16 is more cushioned and softer at the same time. Also, its outsole offers more flexibility. The result is a smoother and more responsive run. Ah, and the legacy Pivot Post system is finally gone, without any negative impact on stability.

The grip is also top-notch. Even if some reviewers note that the profile of the lugs (medium depth) may not be suitable in some rare cases (really technical terrain, such as mud), not much to complain about here.

Finally, according to users, the value for money is good. These trail shoes feature a high-quality, sturdy build for optimal durability—no signs of wear after 50 miles/80 km—and comes with a reasonable price of $130 (expected retail price).

Please read our complete review analysis of the Brooks Cascadia 16 for more information.
Comfort
10
Grip
9
Protection
9.5
Durability
9.5
Value for money
9.5
Design
9
PROS:
  • Great comfort
  • Very good grip for most situations
  • Softer, more flexible cushioning that continues to provide a good ground feel.
  • Durable shoe
  • Looser upper for wide feet, without diminishing the lockdown for others
CONS:
  • Still a bit heavy, though finally under 300 g/10.6 oz.
  • Some reviewers say they could use more grip on very technical terrains
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