https://youtu.be/yapHVDToq10 The Sense 4's predecessor, the Sense Pro 3, was designed off the S/Lab Sense 6 which athletes the world-over decided strayed too far from its roots as a trimmed down racing shoe a’la Killian. I was not big fan of the Sense Pro 3 as it felt stiff all around and the lugs felt overly big and tippy on trails. Thus it ended up riding

https://youtu.be/EOqvZ_fQ8JI Salomon Sense Ride 3 What I love about the Salomon Sense Ride 3 is the shoe’s versatility. From trails to roads, inclement weather to sunny days, the shoe performs well across a variety of terrain and conditions. Salomon advertises that the Sense Ride 3 “draws on road-running standards,” which is readily apparent in the Ride’s smooth heel-toe transition, soft yet responsive cushioning, and comfy upper. After

https://youtu.be/jQuKta5HfJg An initial look and run in the new Brooks Catamount. The Catamount weighs in at 9.6 oz for men, 8.5 oz for women. Sits on an efficient 6mm offset with a plush yet responsive ride owed underfoot to DNA Flash, the material used in the Hyperion series road racing models. It uses low profile spacious lugs and TrailTack outsole rubber with a bit of protection

https://youtu.be/rTzFeXZBUOo With a firm 30mm/25mm stack providing an efficient 5mm responsive offset, solid Vibram MegaGrip outsole, and a light 9.8 oz men's / 7.7 oz women's, the Mtn Racer is a capable shoe which runs just as the name suggests. Here's our breakdown with a multi-tester written review to follow.  


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