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Every year the shoe testing gurus of Runner's World Magazine meet to evaluate the new hits of the running shoe industry. This year, PUMA submitted the Faas 350 S to the rigorous testing of Runner's World. To our delight - though not surprising - the Faas 350 S was voted "Best Debut" by Runner's World United States.
We know what you want from your running shoe: lightweight, low-profile, stability, and good looks. The Faas 350 is a lightweight low-profile stability performance trainer designed for faster training runs, road races and speed workouts.
We got Australian triathlete Ryan Bailie to talking about the woes and hurrahs of his experience at the Mooloolaba Triathlon in Queensland. He wore the PUMA Faas 300s and placed 3rd.
Usain Bolt has had plenty of great moments on and off the track - what moment is your favorite?
What makes you feel fast?
Mumbai, a city that never sleeps and never waits for anything! Speed is synonymous with the people of the city with everyone in a hurry to make it to their next appointment. Everywhere you look, you see someone moving fast to hop on the train that is about to depart, grab that rickshaw before someone else gets it or that spot in traffic before it evaporates like magic.
The Big Apple − if you can run here, you can run anywhere! It’s the city that never sleeps and her streets are always welcoming to runners.
Your running shoes are like the tires on your car. No matter how well you maintain them, eventually they’re going to need a change. What’s more, if they’re not replaced in time – much like wheels out of alignment – worn out running shoes can start to wear you out as well. This is why it’s crucial to know what symptoms to look for when it’s time to lace up some new sneakers.
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