Nike Vomero 12
The 12th edition of this neutral shoe continues to offer the plush and comfortable feel that we have come to expect from Nike’s Vomero. Nike has added a lighter, more response traction pattern to provide more energy return. We notice a roomier toe box and better overall fit in the upper.
Brooks Launch 4
The Launch has always been a staff favorite here at Movin’ Shoes. The modest update makes a few small improvements to the heel fit with additional rebounding rubber added to the underfoot.
Saucony Kinvara 8
This updated lightweight, neutral shoe stays true to form in its 8th edition. Saucony added EVERUN topsole for a responsive ride and cleaned up the upper for an improved fit.
Asics 2000 5
A perennial favorite, the Asics 2000 v 5 gets some tweaks to improve on an already well-loved shoe. The 5th edition features a new sockliner and updated heel counter for a better fit.
Peanut Butter Banana Clif
New Flavor Clif bar!. Bananas and creamy organic peanut butter blended with rich dark chocolate and crunchy peanut pieces
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Salomon Sonic and Sonic Pro
You know Salomon as a leader in trail shoes, but they’ve recently emerged from the woods and unveiled two brand new road shoes! Both the Sonic and Sonic Pro utilize an Energy Cell midsole – a high-rebound midsole compound that provides excellent energy return while simultaneously delivering substantial cushioning and durability. Salomon road shoes also include Opal cushioning, which is a soft, lightweight compound inserted into the midsole for a responsive, comfortable ride. The combination of Energy Cell and Opal create Salomon’s VIBE Technology, which is unique system designed to interrupt vibration waves as they travel through the shoe to result in lower fatigue. If you love a high-cushioned training shoe, give the Sonic a spin. If speed and lightweight shoes are your priority, the Sonic Pro might just be your next favorite shoe!