Top Shoe Picks for this Year’s 2015 Ridge Run

This summer, I have been doing my Ridge Run training in Hoka Cliftons and also in the Nike Wildhorse. Not sure yet which shoe will get picked for the actual race. Either one would make a good choice. The Cliftons are cushier and more forgiving then the Wildhorse on the rocky Ridge Run course. However, the Wildhorse is demonstrating more durability as the Cliftons are getting chewed up by the terrain. The Ginger Runner has some informative and entertaining reviews of the Clifton and Wildhorse. If you are looking for a running shoe, they are worth the time to view.

Clifton Review:

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Clifton 2 Review: (Interesting the comment about the 2 being narrower. I saw this with a new pair of the originals compared to a used pair. After putting some miles in the new pair it eventually grew to match the old pair in width.)

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Challenger ATR Review: (The trail version of the Clifton)

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Wildhorse:

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Wildhorse 2: (Out of the 3 versions of the Wildhorse the first is the best. You can still find them at some liquidators such as eBay for cheap)

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Wildhorse 3:

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About Bridger Ridge Run

The Bridger Ridge Run blog is an information portal for all those seeking to learn more about the Bridger Ridge Run event held every second Saturday of August in Bozeman Montana. This blog contains notifications about important registration dates and deadlines, history of the event, training advice and other stories and entertaining tidbits of information about the Bridger Ridge Run.
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One Response to Top Shoe Picks for this Year’s 2015 Ridge Run

  1. i was doing the gravel walk daily for 5-10 minutes for 3 weeks, and i developed bad knee pain’ also it does not seem to help the plantar problem… the pain is still there. i wonder if someone could elaborate on how when where this technique is supposed to work.

    Judah Gluck from brooklyn NY

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