The Wave Mujin 2 is Mizuno’s flagship trail running shoe and my first experience of the brand. The Wave Mujin 2 is engineered to provide optimum trail security and performance but what did I think of them when I took them out on the trails?
The Hoka One One Clayton is a lightweight, neutral, cushioned road shoe that is all new for 2016. A dual purpose shoe that can be used for training but is light enough to race in. Could this new shoe be the one that made me a Hoka convert?
Our first look at the Scott Kinabalu Enduro is the first shoe ever developed with that “All mountain” approach in mind. Its comfort driven technologies will allow you to enjoy a multitude of terrain and conditions.
The Brooks Cascadia 10 is a confidence inspiring trail shoe that offers a supportive yet flexible ride across a wide range of surfaces and conditions. Version 10 is a fine upgrade of this popular shoe.
The Nao is Petzls top of the line headtorch complete with reactive lighting technology and a 575 lumen beam. It’s an expensive piece of kit but is it worth the money or are there better options out there?
The Scott kinabalu Supertrac is Scotts latest trail running shoe for really muddy and boggy conditions and boy does it perform well in these conditions. Find out what I thought of these shoes from Scott.
The Hoka Cliftons 2 are a a jack of all trades. They are light enough to race in, yet cushioned enough for recovery runs and everyday training. Whilst not the shoe for me as they were a bit too cushioned, I can see why people like them so much.