Some Of Our Popular Products

New Balance 880v10

The 10th version of New Balance's 880 is a great update--they've added a knit upper and put it on the new Fresh Foam X which is a little softer than last season's, but it remains a very sturdy and supportive shoe with an ample toe box. The beveled heel makes for a smooth ride heel to toe. 10mm drop.

Brooks Ghost 12

Brooks Ghost is a great neutral trainer with good responsive cushion and structure. Nice support mid-foot, a roomy toe box, and though a 12mm offset it's a smooth transition heel to toe. Definitely a customer-favorite.

Mizuno Wave Rider 24

The Rider is Mizuno's franchise shoe. It wins a lot in our store. A very comfortable neutral shoe with a responsive feel due to the wave plate in the midsole. Very cushy heel. Nice toe box but fits a little more snug than some of our other styles, and many find it just right. The offset is 12mm. 

Saucony Triumph 18

The Saucony Triumph seems just right for many customers.  A neutral trainer with great cushion from Saucony's PWRRUN+ foam. It's plush yet lighter than previous versions, and we like the wide toebox and 8mm offset for taking a little pressure off problem areas customers might have in the forefoot. If you havn't tried Triumph recently then you should.

HOKA Clifton 6

The Clifton is so light it's crazy, considering what a stack of foam it sits on.  The HOKA rocker is placed early (farther back the shoe) to get you quickly to toe off--like wheels for your feet.  The offset is 5mm, accomplished by having so much foam under the forefoot, too.

Asics Kayano 27

People love Asics gel.  The Kayano is Asics "go-to" stability trainer, using dual-density foam in the midsole to provide structure.  Very plush on the foot, it's a fan favorite around here, now in its 27th season.  The offset is 10mm, heel to toe.

Altra Paradigm 4.5

The wide toebox, natural foot position, and stack of cushion make the Paradigm a very comfortable shoe to live, walk, and run in.  Altra's innovative guiderails provide support through the midfoot. If cushion, low offset (zero drop), and stability are things you prefer, then Paradigm might be your winner.

Reebok Floatride Run 2

Great for logging miles on the run or walking the town. The Run 2 is responsive, supportive, and cushioned by Floatride Foam. A plush shoe with an Ultraknit upper and a TPU cage midfoot to provide a nice presence in the arch. This shoe runs on a 10mm offset.

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 20

A best-seller in most run shops is the Adrenaline GTS now on its 20th version. Traditionally, Adrenaline had used a more dense foam on the medial side under the arch as most stability shoes do. With this update though Brooks is using GuideRails on both the medial and lateral sides of the shoe, providing guidance when the runner needs it. Think of the bumpers on a bowling alley. Sharp looking and well designed, it's built to log miles. The offset is 12mm.

HOKA Bondi 6

The HOKA Bondi is sought by customers who come to the shop looking for max cushioning. The Bondi has great structure and also gets your foot closer to a natural position (4mm offset) by placing a lot of foam under the forefoot, not just the heel.  Good rocker to get you through toe off. Nothing more cushioned.

Brooks Glycerin 18

A very comfortable neutral shoe from Brooks, the Glycerin wins a lot in our shop.  It's got good structure and a lot of great DNA LOFT cushioning--Brooks' most plush yet.  The stretch mesh upper and midsole seem to wrap and match many customers' feet in the right way.  It runs on a 10mm offset.

New Balance 990v5

The 990 from New Balance is one of their flagship shoes.  Many love the style.  It's a bit stiffer than other NB shoes, for instance the 880, but it's among the few still made in America and is definitely a fan favorite (looks good with jeans, too).  The offset is 12mm.

Saucony Ride 13

Saucony’s go-to neutral trainer the Ride gets a welcomed update in its 13th version. Both cushioned and responsive the Ride is a supportive shoe built for logging miles. The 8mm offset is a nice spot for many runners and makes for a smooth transition heel to toe. The Ride has an accommodating toe box, and it has returned to a more traditional lacing system that is cleaner and allows for more customization.

Asics Nimbus 22

The Nimbus is the premier neutral trainer from Asics. Very plush. Secure through the midfoot and cushioned in the heel. Sits on a 10mm offset, but the 22 is a smoother heel to toe experience than previous versions, because Asics lessened the midfoot shank to give you more full-ground contact, and the Propel foam blend feels softer, too.

Reebok Nano 9

The Nano is one of the most popular shoes in the CrossFit community. Lower drop connects you to the ground, and you get plenty of room for toe splay to get support and balance. The Flexweave upper along with the added midsole protection wrap provide integrity and support for more explosive sidewise movement, and this is the most runnable Nano yet.

New Balance 1400 v6

The 1400 looks great and sits on a 10mm drop of "REVLITE" foam.  It's light and racy, a great choice for speed work, but structured enough that you'll see it on packs of runners at marathons, too.

Saucony Kinvara 11

The Kinvara is so light, yet provides good cushion through their PWRRUN foam.  A more minimal shoe, it's on a 4mm offset.  The upper is soft and roomy, and it's a flexible shoe overall.  Durable rubber is placed strategically on the outsole.

Balega Hidden Comfort

Proudly claims to be the #1 run sock.  Synthetic and technical, it wicks moisture away from the foot to prevent hot spots and blisters.  Deep pocket and "Y" stitching in the heel (along with a tab up top) prevent the sock from sliding down into your shoe.  Plush and comfy.

The Stick Marathon Stick

Great for rolling out muscles after hard work.  Helps in release and recovery.  Breaks up scar tissue that otherwise remains matted up and tight.  Roll on a regular basis to "lengthen the chain."

GU Energy Gel

Used to replace the carbs that distance runners burn through.  The 100-calorie packet feeds working tissues on the run and contains electrolytes (e.g. sodium) for hydration and branched-chain amino acids (leucine, valine, isoleucine) to reduce mental fatigue and decrease muscle damage.  Popular with the distance crowd.


Nathan Trail Mix Hydration Belt

A best-seller from Nathan for your all-important fluids on long runs so you don't bonk.  Holders are easy to use.  Adjusts for bounce-free fit.  Stretch pocket for essentials.  Holds 20 oz.

CEP Tall Socks 3.0

Great compression socks to stabilize tissues and reduce the jiggle that can contribute to stress like shin splints. Increases blood flow to feed the working and recovering tissues.  Good for wearing on long flights, too.

Pro-Tec Hollow Core Foam Roller

Great for rolling out sore muscles and aiding in tissue release and recovery.  Easily work many muscle groups.  Break up scar tissue in calves, hamstrings, etc.  A must for runners.

Superfeet Blue Insole

Helps in providing support and adding comfort for your walks and runs.  Cup for the heel and support under middle arch.  Positions the foot nicely for absorbing impact.  Replace the insole from your shoe with this insert.

Garmin Forerunner 245

Great run and everyday smartwatch with heart rate on the wrist.  See and track all your technical run data.  Get smart notifications (who's texting or calling) and activity tracking (steps, calories, distance).  Automatic uploads to Garmin Connect and social media sharing.  Add apps and widgets like watch faces, custom workouts, weather etc. Up to 7 days battery life or up to 24 hours in GPS mode.

Tifosi Seek Gloss Carbon

Protect yourself from harmful UV and save yourself from squinting in the sun and from precipitation in the elements with stylish glasses from Tifosi.  They are so light and durable.  The special rubber on the ear and nose means you can adjust for a no-slip ride.