Hoka One One Rincon

Gordon Gianniny reviews the Hoka One One Rincon for Blister

The Hoka Rincon packs a lot of cushion into an exceptionally lightweight package, making it an appealing option for long days on the road. But is this some specialty shoe, or does it work well even if you’re not focused on low weight & max cushion? Check out our full review.

La Sportiva Bushido II

Gordon Gianniny reviews the La Sportiva Bushido II for Blister

The La Sportiva Bushido II is designed for fast running on the most technical of terrain, but it’s also supposed to be more versatile and comfortable than the previous iteration. So … is it? Check out our full review.

La Sportiva Lycan

Gordon Gianniny reviews the La Sportiva Lycan for Blister

La Sportiva has made a name for themselves by making shoes specifically designed for technical, mountainous terrain. But their Lycan looks to fill a void in their lineup — a softer, wider, and more comfortable option for moderate terrain and longer distances. Check out our full review.

Altra Timp 1.5

Gordon Gianniny reviews the Altra Timp 1.5 for Blister

When we reviewed the original Altra Timp, we found it to be a unique shoe in the more heavily cushioned category. With all the updates made to the Timp 1.5, is that still the case? Check out our review.