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Runner's World Review of the Brooks Dyad:
Put simply: The Dyad is a tank, offering big cushioning for big bodies. "It seems as if it engulfs your foot," says Andrew Fillwock, of East Lansing, Michigan, who, at 6'1", weighs 195 pounds and runs in a size 13. But all that foam underfoot comes at a price–extra weight. This was by far the heaviest shoe we tested for this guide; it's rare to see a shoe tip the scales at nearly 13 ounces these days.
Runner's World Review of the New Balance 870 V3:
Shoes with stability features often get a bum rap, so our wear-testers were pleasantly surprised by the nimble response of the 870 V3. The shoe is light enough for a tempo workout yet has enough cushioning to carry you through any long run. An outsole makeover helped improve flexibility; it now features rounded pods of rubber instead of broader, flat slabs.
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