• Is Trail Running for You? What to Know and What to Wear

    Go ahead, run! Trail running is gaining in popularity so it’s a good thing we live in Colorado where there are tons of dedicated trails to run on. While there are pros and cons to trail running, one thing is for certain, Boulder Running Company can help you choose the right trail running shoe for your needs and style. But first, let’s take a look at some of the reasons why trail running is so great and some of the things to watch out for:

    What’s great about trail running:

    • It lets you release that primal need to just run, run, run. Being in nature helps give you that wild feeling.
    • The softer surfaces are easier on your joints and muscles.
    • You get to run for the sake of running, not for beating a time or for getting some exercise in before the workday begins.
    • It’s often safer because you don’t have to worry about sharing the road with cars.
    • The varied terrain is more interesting to look at.
    • Your endurance and muscle strength improve because the terrain is usually more difficult, requiring the use of different muscles and your core to manage uneven terrain and inclines.

    What to beware of in trail running:

    • Some of the very things that are good, can be a negative including that softer surfaces can be muddy, rocky and slippery, increasing the chance of injury.
    • Being in the wilderness, away from familiar city streets or park paths, can mean you can get lost or don’t have access to help if you get injured.
    • You may be so busy looking around you at the beautiful scenery, that you trip or twist your ankle on the uneven surfaces.

    So, overall, be safe, aware and prepared to fully enjoy trail running. Part of that preparation is having the right kind of shoe. Now, let’s take a look at some of the options Boulder Running Company has to offer the trail runner.


    dynafit-pantera-trail-shoe-womenCreated by ski touring and mountain specialists, Dynafit Pantera Trail Shoe ($139.95) offers DUO motion full length EVA midsole for cushion and stability. The ESS midsole plate provides flexible protection from sharp stones while the Vibram mapping compound sole has three rubber compounds that can take on a variety of surfaces.


    new-balance-wt1010-womenConsidered a minimal trail running shoe, the New Balance WT1010 ($109.95) has a 4mm heel-to-toe offset that encourages more of a midfoot stike. A forefoot rock plate protects feet on rocky terrain. The thin upper has a tighter weave to help you maintain medial and lateral support on uneven terrain while the Vibram outsole offers durability and real group on the trail.


    hoka-one-one-stinson-atr-menThe oversized EVA Midsole Technology of the Hoka One One Stinson ATR ($159.95) has 2.5X greater volume than traditional running shoes which encourages running longer, with better stability and more cushioning. The light EVA midsole compresses, providing excellent shock absorption, springing back underfoot to give you better acceleration.


    pearl-izumi-e-motion-trail-m2-menFor runners who tend toward mid-foot pronation, the Pearl Izumi E:Motion Trail M2 ($124.95) is the best choice. Midsole densities provide support and stability while the forefoot’s rock plate and lugged outsole let you handle rocks and other debris on the trail. “Project E:motion” provides a smooth, fluid running experience.


    Boulder Running Company has an extensive selection of trail running shoes for both men and women. Shop online or come into one our stores to see the full selection, try on some shoes and see which ones feel best for your trail running experience so you can run free, with confidence and comfort.

    By:tlashkari   |   July 22, 2014   |   Categories: Running Accessories

  • 3 Things to Look for In a Running Sock

    We give a lot of thought to our running shoes (and with good reason) but the item closest to them, the thing that comes between our bare feet and that great running shoe, also deserves careful consideration. You can’t just substitute any day-to-day sock for the socks you wear while running. They need to be built differently, with comfort, durability and function in mind. Here’s why:

      • Cushioning – A good running sock, has extra cushioning in all the right places with the impact of your foot and the contact the shoe has with your foot in mind.

      • Durability – You’re putting a sock through the paces when it’s coming between your constantly-moving foot and shoe. A running sock needs to be made well, of good quality fabric with strong stitching (that doesn’t irritate your foot) and reinforced areas, like the toe and heel, that get the most wear.

      • Staying power – How annoying is it when your sock starts to lose its elasticity and inches its way down into your shoe, exposing your heel to blisters and bunching up under your instep? So annoying! Make sure your running socks have quality elasticity and a proper fit so that when you put them on, they stay put, doing their job.

      Now that you know what to look for, you need look no further to find socks that meet the criteria above.

      cushion-crew-sock-unisexThis crew length sock has cushioning that’s the perfect thickness in key impact areas. To keep your feet cool and dry, the Feetures High Performance Light Cushion Crew Sock – Unisex ($11.95) uses iWick fibers to wick moisture and SnugFit Technology with power bands of Lycra for support.


      balega-enduro-low-cut-sock-unisexYou’ve got to feel good about a company whose name is a Zulu word meaning “to move with speed.” With a very high thread count, the Balega Enduro Low Cut Sock-Unisex ($10.95) feels plush and comfortable yet is great at wicking moisture away. The sock provides optimal airflow and even has a mesh ventilation panel at the top for enhanced breathability. An extra deep heel pocket prevents the sock from sliding down.


      Those are just two of the running socks we have and they happen to be unisex. But we have men’s and women’s socks as well as compression versions. Take a look at our selection, consider your shoes, where you run and what you want out of a sock. We’re sure you’ll find something at Boulder Running Company that keeps you running happy. Although reasonably priced, consider running socks an investment in your overall running equipment. It’s worth it.

      By:tlashkari   |   July 16, 2014   |   Categories: Running Accessories

    1. Colorado Summer Running Events

      The Colorado running season is in full force this summer. With plenty of opportunities to participate in runs of varying lengths, in varying places and for varying causes, you can pick and choose the length, location and in many cases, cause you are most interested in. Here’s a partial list of runs coming up this summer throughout Colorado. For more options and for details, visit Active.com, Competitormagazine.com and HallucinationSports.com as well as Boulder Running Company, of course. We’re also your source for the gear that will keep you doing your best and feeling your best, no matter which runs you choose to tackle.


      June 7 – Greenwood Village: Cherry Creek Dam Race
      5K or 10K Walk with 12.5 mile or 25 mile biking event along the Cherry Creek Dam Road to benefit Project C.U.R.E.

      June 8 – Denver: Strides for Epilepsy
      5K race to raise awareness for epilepsy followed by carnival games, face painting and caricatures.

      June 21 & 22 – Estes Park: Estes Park Marathon and Half Marathon
      Voted as ‘Most Scenic Race’ by Colorado Runner magazine readers, the family-friendly race goes along the border of Rocky Mountain National Park.

      June 27 – Denver: 2014 Underwearness Drop Your Drawers & Run Wild 5K Run
      Benefit the non-profit Underwearness, the Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Denver Children’s Home. Then head to the Denver Zoo for an after-party with food and drinks.

      June 28 – Castle Rock: Castle Rock Marathon
      Half marathon, 5-mile run or steep run up the Rock while enjoying historic downtown Castle Rock and trails along Plum Creek.


      July 4 – Breckenridge: Breckenridge Independence Day 10K Trail Run
      10K run through Breckenridge, followed by the Main Street parade.

      July 4 – Boulder: Avery Brewing Company’s Four on the Fourth
      Four kilometers through Boulder, topped off with a brew from Avery Brewing Company.

      July 12 – Colorado Springs: 2nd Annual IREM Charity Run
      Run through the America the Beautiful Park to raise money for this Children’s Hospital Colorado.

      July 20 – Denver: 15th Annual Donor Dash
      5K run/walk to honor organ and tissue .

      July 26 – Westminster: Dog Days 5K, 10K & Half Marathon
      Choose among three races while running along Big Dry Creek Trail, with views of the Flatirons.


      August 2 – Estes Park: Rocky Mountain Half Marathon
      Start at the historic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park and then on to Dry Gulch and Devil’s Gulch. Date: August 2, 2014 Time: 6 A.M. Location: The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO Cost: $65-$110

      August 9 – Commerce City: Neon Dash Denver
      Get covered with ultra-violet neon powder illuminated by blacklights and hear high energy music.

      August 16 – Steamboat Springs: Steamboat Springs Splash & Dash
      Try this swimming and running event that starts at Steamboat Springs’ historic hot springs pool.

      August 23 – Arvada: 2nd Annual Runapalooza 5K, 10K & Half Marathon
      Explore Arvada and the award winning Ralston Creek.

      August 30 – Boulder: Boulder Sunset Triathlon & Diathlon
      End the summer running season with views of Boulder.

      Wow, what a season! No matter what races you choose, be sure to start with the right equipment from head to toe at Boulder Running Company. We’ll help get you outfitted no matter what level you’re at or what terrain you’ll be taking on.

      By:tlashkari   |   June 25, 2014   |   Categories: Upcoming Events

    2. Cool Gear for Hot Days

      We’re in for a long, hot summer. But you aren’t about to let some heat keep you from running. Instead, dress for keeping your cool while your body heats up and the sun beats down. Take a look at a few of the items for men and women we’ve spotlighted, from what you wear on the outside to what you wear underneath.

      For men:

      nike drifit knit short sleeve shirt menThe ultra-soft tri-blend fabric of the Nike DriFit Knit Short Sleeve Shirt 519714 ($70) moves with you. But the real comfort comes from seamless construction that means less irritation from chafing and open mesh texture on the sides to keep air flowing when it gets hot. A cord management loop on the center-back of the neck helps keep cords out of the way – a nice touch.


      mizuno-aero-singlet-menOn race day or just when you’re doing fast-paced running, you’ll be glad you have the Mizuno Aero Singlet ($44.95). Mizuno’s DryLite moisture management technology keeps your body dry while the Body Mapping technology provides great air circulation, helping you keep your cool. BlindStitch means no abrasion (not even from labels) and that means more comfort for you.


      brooks-equilibrium-brief-menWhether you’re going on a quick, every day run or taking on something more intense, the Brooks Sherpa Short III ($39.95) will get you through it in comfort. Moisture wicking materials keep moisture away from your skin while the light internal brief liner adds comfort and support. Added perks that just make these shorts a real asset to your running wardrobe include dual rear holster pockets with Velcro closures for storing gels and other essentials, an internal key/ID storage pocked and 360 degrees of Scotchlite retroreflectivity for increased visibility.


      brooks-sherpa-short-III-menUnderneath it all, the Brooks Equilibrium Brief ($19.95) provides a great foundation for any running outfit. With moisture wicking material that keeps you dry and comfortable, a soft elastic waistband and lightweight support, these briefs will help keep you cool from the inside, out.





      For women:

      brooks-verstaile-ez-short-sleeve-top-womenThe Brooks Verstaile EZ Short Sleeve Top ($33.95) could quickly become your favorite running shirt. Incredibly soft and lightweight, the shirt helps keep you cool and dry with moisture wicking materials. The flattering V-neck has flatlock seams to reduce irritation as you move.


      sugoi-boulder-running-company-singlet-womenShow some Boulder Running Company love with the Sugoi Boulder Running Company Singlet ($49.95), showing off the custom designed Flatiron motif with the Colorado flag. The material is ultra lightweight and very breathable with moisture wicking material.


      brooks-glycerin-2-in-1-short-womenWhen choosing a pair of running shorts, you want style, comfort and ease of movement. The Brooks Glycerin 2 in 1 Short ($45.95) fits the bill all around. This popular Brooks’ style now has a supportive boy short liner to provide more coverage. Moisture wicking materials draw sweat away from your skin while the wide waistband helps the shorts stay put without digging into your skin. Store keys and ID in an interior stash pocket. Run confidently knowing you have 360 degrees of Scotchlite retroreflectivity for enhanced visibility.


      The foundatbrooks-versatile-womens-braion of a comfortable run is this foundation item! The Brooks Versatile Women's Bra ($33.95) provides compression and encapsulation to maintain proper support through M-frame construction. The breathable mesh in key sweat zones prevents a build-up of moisture. Attractive enough to wear on its own, the bra comes in solids and heather colors.




      Come in to one of our stores or shop online to see all of the comfortable, breathable, moisture-wicking items we carry for men and women. And remember, we have free shipping on orders over $75, making it easy for you to stock up on the essentials you’ll need for your summer running wardrobe.

      By:tlashkari   |   June 13, 2014   |   Categories: Summer Gears

    3. Warm Weather Accessories

      The heat is on…and getting hotter. Keep your cool while running with accessories that will make you more comfortable and keep you safer at the same time.


      If you aren’t hydrated, you’re in danger. Boulder Running Company has several types of packs that make accessing water while on the run easy.

      handheld hydration packHow many times have you dropped your water bottle while running, or had to hide your house key under a flower pot to avoid having to carry them? This clever product takes care of both of those problems. The Ultimate Direction FastDraw Plus Handheld Hydration Pack ($19.95) carries 20 ounces of water in a 100% BPA-Free bottle. The unique Kicker Valve prevents leaking. A comfortable strap wraps over your hand helping you maintain a grip on the bottle on one side, while on the other side, a handy zipper pocket holds keys, ID and other essentials.


      nathan trail mix 2 bottle hydration beltFor day-to-day running or during a race, the Nathan Trail Mix 2 Bottle Hydration Belt ($44.95) lets you maintain two smaller bottles and storage for phone, keys and other essentials, strapped around your waist. New mono-filament 20% stretch in the belt provides a bounce free ride. Tension molded holsters keep the bottles in place.


      hoka one one evo race packWhen you’re going the distance on a long run and/or race, the Hoka One One Evo Race Pack ($149.95) will be your new best friend. This limited edition pack has a storage capacity of up to 17 liters between the large storage pocket on the back plus several smaller areas on the sides. There are three pockets for food and gels and one pocket with zip closure to keep your phone, cash, credit cards and ID safe. There’s even a whistle included on an adjustment strap and a place to secure poles. An Airback Ventilation Mesh on the back keeps things breathable and comfortable.



      brooks nightlife hatAn important part of keeping cool is protecting your head from the intense sun. Visors help shield your eyes and offer protection from the sun and rain. Although it’s intended for use at night (and who doesn’t love running in the cool of a summer’s night?), we also recommend the Brooks Nightlife Hat ($34.95) for use during the day because of its visible, bright yellow color. But at night, it really shines as an important running accessory. A flat, flashing LED light in the hat is powered by a Lithium battery that can be easily replaced. 3M Scotchlite retroreflective piping enhances your visibility. The hat is machine-washable.


      Boulder Running Company LogoShow your Boulder Running Company love while keeping cool with the Headsweats Race Hat with Boulder Running Company Logo ($24.95). Ultra lightweight and breathable this hat has a Coolmax fabric shell and fabric terry headband to create airflow and absorb sweat. It also has Invista certified UPF sun protection.


      cushion low cut sockRunning in the heat means your feet get hot even faster. Good, lightweight socks help prevent chafing, too much sweat and blistering. Feetures High Performance Light Cushion Low Cut Sock Unisex ($10.95) combines cushioning with breathability, making it one of our most popular socks. There’s high density cushioning just where you need it, in high impact areas. Power Bands of Lycra® hug your foot, keeping the sock in place, avoiding rubbing and bunching up. iWick™ fibers wick moisture away, keeping your feet drier and more comfortable as do the light weight mesh panels that encircle your foot.

      Stop in to one of our stores, give us a call at 1-800-807-61791-800-807-6179 or shop online to see all of the many products we have that will help you stay cool, hydrated and comfortable on every run, whether around your neighborhood, on the race trail or in the mountains. We’ve got your warm-weather comfort in mind.

      By:tlashkari   |   May 7, 2014   |   Categories: Running Accessories

    4. Hoka One One Huaka Sneak Preview- Available 7/1/14

      Hoka One One Huaka, Available 7/1/14:


      1. Men's Huaka- Lime/Anthracite/Cyan
      2. Men's Huaka- White/Blue
      3. Women's Huaka- White/Pink/Grey
      4. Women's Huaka- Acid/Aqua/White


      Hoka One One’s Huaka is an ultra lightweight, performance oriented trainer ideal for racing and faster paced running. Weighing in at a mere 8.9 ounces with a 2mm offset, the secret to the Huaka lies in the RMAT midsole.

      RMAT, presently found in the Conquest, is a lightweight, durable, resilient, and responsive midsole compound that provides the benefits of maximal cushioning technology while retaining a responsive ride, ideal for faster paced runs.

      Ideal for runners seeking a low offset, lightweight racing or training shoe with maximum cushioning and protection but without sacrificing weight or performance, the Huaka is a must try this summer.

      By:BoulderRunning   |   April 20, 2014   |   Categories: Uncategorized

    5. The Best Products for New Runners

      So you’ve decided to become a runner. You’ve come to the right place. Not only does Boulder Running Company live and breathe running (plus walking and hiking), but we also have the footwear and know how to get you fitted in the right shoe to accelerate your running enjoyment.

      Newbies may think that they have to buy high-end running gear to get started. That’s not necessarily the way to go. While you will want good quality gear, it’s best to buy what’s right for your current budget and abilities. Think of it as the start of a relationship with us at Boulder Running Company.


      brooks-trance-12-for-menThe Brooks Trance 12 for Men ($149.95) is a great everyday shoe that provides plush levels of cushioning along with stability and support. The Caterpillar heel crash pad improves the heel-to-toe transition. A built-in bootie in the shoe’s upper creates a great fit.


      adidas-glide-boost-6-for-menLong considered the shoe for runners with a neutral gate, the Adidas Glide Boost 6 for Men ($129.95) has an enhanced Boost midsole cushioning technology for greater rebound, energy return and comfort which makes for a better running experience for you. The shoe is lightweight with breathable mesh uppers to help keep your feet dry and comfortable.


      asics-gel-foundation-2014-for-womenThe Asics Gel Foundation 2014 for Women ($109.95) is newly modified, improved using runner feedback. The popular and supportive training shoe now features a wider-fitting platform. The modified upper has a wider toe box with a snugger fit in the heel. The Gel Cushioning System attenuates shock during impact, allowing good transition through every step you take.

      hoka-one-one-kailua-tarmac-for-womenIt may look unusual, but the Hoka One One Kailua Tarmac for Women ($129.95) wins the popularity contest in running. The cushioned rocker profile is light and comfortable. As you start running longer distances, this shoe is right for a variety of surfaces. The beauty of the design is that the oversized midsole absorbs any hard obstacle your foot might pass over. Then, once it’s compressed, the midsole springs back up under your forefoot for increased acceleration.



      brooks-sherpa-2-in-1-short-for-menThe Brooks Sherpa 2 in 1 Short for men ($49.95) has a boxer brief liner for comfort and to wick moisture away from skin. It also has retroreflectivity for added visibility.



      nike-drifit-knit-short-sleeve-shirtYou could wear just any old t-shirt but why, when you can wear the Nike DriFit Knit Short Sleeve Shirt 519714 for Men ($70.00). Be visible while comfortable with the knitted weave fabric. Absent seams, this shirt decreases any chance of chafing.


      brooks-epiphany-2-in-1-short-for-womenWith classic lines and a flattering fit, the Brooks Epiphany 2 in 1 Short for Women ($39.95) has a 6” inseam and a stretch woven shell for great range of motion. There’s even a hidden pocket on the inner short for your I.D. and a little cash.


      nike-high-compression-braA good sports bra is essential for any woman-runner, beginner or pro. The Nike High Compression Bra 548544 ($45.00) provides support plus breathability. The built-in bra has molded cups and durable shoulder straps that don’t cut into your shoulder while allowing for movement from the mesh racerback.



      Come into Boulder Running Company’s stores to see for yourself and to talk to one of our knowledgeable staffers. Or shop online where you get free shipping on orders over $75. Either way, we’ll put you on the right road to a satisfying runner’s life.

      By:tlashkari   |   April 19, 2014   |   Categories: New Product

    6. Spring Running Events in Colorado

      The running season has opened in earnest with plenty of opportunities to participate in 5K’s, 10k’s, half marathons and marathons in varying locations and for and for varying causes. The premier upcoming footraces along Colorado’s Front Range can be found online and on the radio. Active.com, Competitormagazine.com and HallucinationSports.com. Don’t forget Boulder Running Company for the gear that will keep you moving.


      April 19-20 - Colorado Springs - Protect the Children 5K Run/Walk to Benefit Court Care

      April 19-20 – Denver – The Food Flight 5K

      April 26 – Colorado Springs – Cheyenne Mountain Trail Race

      April 27- Greenwood Village - Grace’s Race


      May 3 – Littleton – Seuss on the Loose 5K

      May 3 – Westminster – Colorado Women’s Classic 10 Mile

      May 3 – Denver – Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry

      May 4 – Ft. Collins – Colorado Marathon and Half Marathon

      May 6 – Boulder – Dash & Dine 5K Series #4

      May 10 – Denver – Girls on the Run 5K

      May 11 – Denver - 2014 Mother’s Day 5K

      May 11 – Boulder – Mother’s Day Title 9K+ Run 2014

      May 17 – Colorado Springs – Run to the Shrine

      May 17-18 – Denver – Kaiser Permanente Colfax Marathon

      May 18 – Broomfield – 2014 Miles-for-Smiles 5K

      May 26 – Boulder - BolderBoulder


      June 1 – Aurora – Columbine Classic 4 Mile & 8 Mile

      June 8 – Denver – Strikes for Epilepsy 5K

      June 28 – Denver – Stadium Stampede

      June 28-29 – Castle Rock -  Castle Rock Half Marathon

      June 29 – Denver – Miles for Melanoma

      By:tlashkari   |   April 18, 2014   |   Categories: News

    7. Hoka One One Clifton Sneak Preview- In Stock Now

      Hoka One One Clifton- Available 7/1/14

      Hoka One One Clifton, Available 7/1/14:



      Just in time for Summer 2014, Hoka One One’s Clifton may be their most versatile shoe released yet. Taking the best features out of sister shoes Stinson and Bondi, the Clifton weighs in at a mere 7.9 ounces, making it one of the lightest training shoes on the market.

      Remarkably lightweight with a noticeable rocker profile, the Clifton is an ideal shoe for faster paced runs, recovery runs, everyday training and even racing. Anyone that has tried Hoka before and found the signature oversized technology bulky or heavy will love this shoe as it its ideal for those seeking the benefits of signature Hoka maximum cushioning technology but in a lighter, smoother, performance based platform.

      The Clifton utilizes EVA midsole material as seen in the Bondi 2 and Bondi 3 but in a much lighter package, making it an ideal option for runners who want an ultra lightweight training shoe with unparalleled levels of cushioning compared to other shoes on the market. The best thing about the Clifton is the versatility of the shoe- it is light enough for racing, workouts, or tempo runs, yet responsive and cushioned enough for everyday training as well in a much lighter package than anything else they've produced to date. Runners that prefer a lighter training shoe for everyday training should do well in the Clifton.

      In our wear testing (with about 150 miles on it thus far) we have found the fit to be a bit more narrow than in other models, with a much more wear resistant outsole than before. The Clifton has exposed EVA on the outsole as well as reinforced blown rubber in high impact areas (much like the Bondi line). So far the outsole wear and tear has been pretty minimal and the outsole is holding up well. A 4mm drop combined with a lightweight, breathable mesh upper, and a wallet friendly price of $129.95 makes the Clifton is a must try option this summer.

      By:BoulderRunning   |   April 17, 2014   |   Categories: Uncategorized

    8. Our Top Deals on Sale at Boulder Running Company

      At Boulder Running Company we pride ourselves on giving you the best prices on the best gear when we hold a sale. Come into one of our four locations or shop online to see everything we have on sale. But meanwhile, here’s just a little teaser to get you started.

      For Men
      brooks-pureconnectRunners who want less shoe that’s low-to-the-ground prefer the Brooks PureConnect (regularly $89.95, now $58.47). At just 7.2 ounces, the toe box has a separate area for the big toe to function independently of the other four toes. This structure engages a runner’s natural balance. The inverted heel promotes a more forward landing position that helps maintain the center of gravity, reducing the potential for injury.

      asics-gel-fortitude-5If you wear orthotics, they’ll easily fit in the Asics Gel Fortitude 5 (regularly $99.95, now $79.96). Asics made this generation of the Gel Fortitude lighter, slightly wider, with a better fitting upper. Rear and forefoot gel cushioning absorbs shock during the gait cycle, adding support to the midsole.

      hoka-one-one-bondi-bThe rocker shaped midsole gives the Hoka One One Bondi B (regularly $159.95, now $119.96) its function. The form reproduces conditions a barefoot runner experiences when running on grass or sand. The shoe provides protection, stability and pronation control thanks to 50% more of the surface area coming in contact with the ground and a midsole that allows the foot to recess into it by almost one inch.


      For Women

      nilike-lunarglideLightweight at 7.9 ounces, the Nike Lunarglide+ 4 (regularly $109.95, now $76.96) provides substantial cushion and solid medial support. Dynamic Flywire threads work with the shoe’s lacing system to add support. Runners with mild overpronation benefit from this glove-like fit because of its lack of overlays.

      nike-flyknit-freeThe 100% polyester, no-added-stitching upper fits like a glove while being breathable and flexible in the Nike Flyknit Free (regularly $159.95, now $119.88). All of the components of this shoe interact for a smooth, natural walk or run. The midsole has flex grooves that strengthen your moving feet. Minimal waste and minimal weight mean this shoe has a reduced green footprint too.

      mizuno-wave-prophecyIt took 7 years of due diligence but Mizuno has released one of the most technologically advanced running shoes on the market. The Mizuno Wave Prophecy (regularly $199.95, now $139.96) features an Infinity Wave Plate running heel to toe. Its hip appearance is shaped like the infinity symbol but it’s totally practical, absorbing shock and providing forefoot propulsion.

      Shop our stores to see everything that’s on sale or shop online where we offer free shipping on orders over $75 with UPS. However you shop and whatever you choose, we’re happy to offer you such great savings on so many top-notch products.

      By:tlashkari   |   March 19, 2014   |   Categories: New Product