Here is a little bit of what you can expect to see in the month of November!
Saucony Guide 9 – A new cusioning called Everun has been put in for absorbing more impact than ever before and giving a bit of a bouncy feel to the lightweight support shoe. The outsole has also been reconstructed with deeper flex grooves to allow for a more flexible built.
Saucony Triumph ISO 2 – Adding to the high level of cushioning, Everun was added under the sock liner as well as integrated into the heel crash pad for maximum shock dispersion and an ideally soft underfoot feel. A more flexible forefoot, thanks to the new chevron outsole pattern, will allow for an unhindered gait cycle.
Mizuno Wave Rider 19 (pictured) – Since the Wave Rider 18 (write-up HERE) was such a success, the shoe has remained largely unchanged. The exception to this, however, lies within the upper materials. The look of the shoe is slightly different than it’s predecessor because the mesh against the foot is now softer than ever, along with the new soft, stretchy laces.
Mizuno Wave Inspire 12 – This year we see a total overhaul in the Inspire. A more cushioned forefoot was integrated and the reliable support underfoot now extends through a supportive upper. This stylish update has yielded only positive feedback so far from those loyal to past editions of the Inspire.
Sugoi Versa Jacket – A convertible for your body. This jacket has a the ability to easily transform from a jacket into a vest and vice versa at the snap of a magnet. By simply shrugging off the shoulder and arm piece, this element-repellent jacket becomes a great fall-weather vest. The reflective nature has also been upped since last year’s edition of the jacket. We have heard form customers that the fit is much more comfortable this year as well.
Craft Focus Hood Jacket (Women) (pictured right) – This lightweight shell has the ability to pack into its own pocket and nearly disappears while you’re wearing it. The wind and water repellent qualities for this nearly weightless jacket are worth noting as well. Not to mention, this piece has impressive style.
Nike Polyfill Vest (Men) – This incredibly lightweight vest does a great job of keeping the core warm without being bulky. This vest is a bit of an anomaly because easily packable and still totally wind resistant.
Nike Flash Tights – The story here is reflectivity. With patterned reflective hits encapsulating the legs, cars are sure to see you running at night. The visibility factor is tremendous. In addition, the pant is a mid-weight tight that can be effective to temperatures even down below freezing. If you’re looking to be seen as the sun sets earlier, this is the tight for you.