News

  • TRC Technical Update | Brooks Launch GTS 8

    TRC Technical Update | Brooks Launch GTS 8
    The much loved Brooks Ravenna has had a name change, but still provides a stable & responsive option in the volume trainer category.
  • TRC Technical Updates | On Cloudultra

    TRC Technical Updates | On Cloudultra 

    The ON Cloudultra is a versatile trail shoe that strikes a unique balance between cushioning, weight and traction.

  • TRC Technical Update | Asics Glide Ride V2 & Evo Ride V2

    Asics Ride series of footwear are uniquely designed to help offload the ankle joint. 
  • Technical Update | New Balance Hierro V6 ( TRAIL )

    The NB Hierro is designed to make your trail experience more comfortable and more stable. The heel-outrigger and wide cushioning base increase surface area to provide stability on uneven terrain (particularly downhill) and combine with healthy amounts of Fresh Foam cushioning and a Vibram outsole to ensure the shoe goes the distance.

     

    If you are looking to go further or want more stability on the trails, come in-store to give the NB Hierro a try. #weknowrunning #runtrc

  • Technical Updates | Saucony Kinvara 12

    One of the original and most loved lightweight trainers is back and better than ever. With more cushioning and an updated geometry, it gives you more of what you love but importantly, retains a light and responsive ride that will suit your next tempo run or interval workout
  • TRC Technical Update | Saucony Endorphin Pro

    Take your race day performance to the next level with the Saucony ‘Super Shoe’. The light, stiff & well cushioned package can help improve your efficiency, enhance your performance and assist with reducing post race soreness.
  • TRC Technical Update | ON CLOUDFLYER V2

    Featuring more Helion foam throughout the midsole, runners can expect a smoother ride from this characteristically responsive volume trainer
  • Is your Trail Shoe fit for purpose?

    Is your trail shoe fit for purpose? Biomechanics expert Ben Green breaks down a few popular trail running models by Comfort / Durability and Performance / Speed.
  • SUPER SHOES | Which one is right for you?

    SUPER SHOES | Which one is right for you?

    In this video, we discuss what a 'Super Shoe' is, how they work to enhance your running economy and how the range of Super Shoes we have here in store @ TRC may suit you based on your current training and future goals.

  • ASICS METARACER | The ‘Racing Flat Super Shoe’

    The ASICS METARACER retains the feel of a traditional racing flat (E.g. ASICS TartherEdge) whilst employing some new technology that’s aims to enhance running economy, including higher volumes of a lighter foam in the midsole and a carbon plate.
  • ASICS Novablast - a volume trainer for everyday mileage.

    Expect a springy & bouncy feeling underfoot in a light package.
    We recommend the Novablast be used as a shoe that can cover multiple bases (e.g. easy running in combination with some faster tempo work) if the runner prefers not to go into separate lightweight & volume trainers.

  • HOKA RINCON - Maximal meets Lightweight Trainer

    The Hoka Rincon takes a Maximal shoe philosophy (lots of cushioning and stiff rear-foot rocker) and integrates features of lightweight trainers (less cushioning/mass & increased flexibility under the big toe).