Sports shoes

Sports shoes, from the latest running shoes right the way through to football boots have become the latest frontier in fitness technology. Running trainers in particular are increasingly coming in many different shapes and sizes. From zero-drop running shoes through to the more traditional trainers offered by sports giants like Nike, Asics and Adidas are all incorporating more and more technology. They’re also getting snazzier and snazzier names, names which often closer resemble aeronautical or space age technology than tech associated with sports. To help cut through the marketing buzz, we aim to carry out comprehensive running shoe reviews. Below is our latest feed of information relating to sports shoes.

Nike are set to launch two new versions of their hugely popular Flyknit Racer running shoes this summer. The introduction of the lightweight mesh...

We’re just days away from the London marathon, and that’s enough to turn our attention to the fitness technology which will be powering the...

We recently wrote extensively about how much we like the Nike Flyknit racers, and generally how impressed we are with the latest range coming...

Adidas have placed a renewed focus on the fitness technology market in recent months. With the possible imminent arrival of an Adidas activity tracker,...

Zero drop running shoes are becoming all the rage and are getting plenty of attention online. A lot of people are still a bit...

We have commented before about how 2013 has been the year for fitness technology thus far, and more critically how some of the largest...

The 870V3 running shoe from New Balance is set to become a big player in the running shoes market. Here’s our New Balance 870VS...

Barefoot running has been one of the greatest subjects of conversation among athletes ever since Chris McDougall's book Born to Run introduced the subject...