Super cushioned running shoes are all the rage, but aren’t foolproof

February 19, 2020

Anyone who runs or spectates at races has probably noticed that stacked, generously cushioned running shoes have become almost ubiquitous. But running in those thickly cushioned shoes could affect a runner’s form in sometimes surprising ways, according to a series of new studies of maximalist running shoes and recreational athletes. Read about the studies in the New York Times.