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The women’s casual driving moc is a true Twisted X original! Handcrafted in genuine full-grain leather, the driving moc makes an unforgettable statement about true comfort and style in casual footwear. Blending together a traditional open-laced profile, moc toe design, and integrated comfort technology that provides timeless quality and style. The SD footbed, composite XD insole, and the Twisted X driving moc outsole combine to produce one of the most comfortable, ankle-high casual shoes you can find. From a relaxing stroll to spending the entire day on your feet, our driving mocs will have you redefining comfort.
In general, women tend to have 15% lower body mass than men, this means shoes must have a deeper groove that can provide greater flexibility, which, translates to a smooth and natural toe-off motion through the running patterns of the foot. Seasoned runners agree that a little less foam in the overall cushioning of a running shoe goes a long way for female runners.

How fast can you go on technical trails? The Antora is a trail-running shoe for runners who want to get a little crazy in the woods, with a soft ride but lightweight and responsive feel that makes navigating rocks and roots at PR pace a heck of a lot less terrifying and more fun. The shoe uses Merrell’s new Q-Form 2 midsole, which is made from compression-molded EVA engineered specifically for women’s feet. The design places softer zones of cushioning in the heel and forefoot that keep form true when fatigue sets in, while extra air pods at the heel maximize shock absorption. Our testers found that the water-resistant upper protected their feet through rain and puddles while maintaining breathability and lightweight flexibility.
Fans of Adidas’s springy Boost foam quickly fell in love with the first Solarboost, one of this 2018’s best shoes. The updated SB19 packs the same cushiony-soft midsole as the brand’s Ultraboost, but beefs up support through the midfoot and adds a streamlined “tailored fiber” upper without adding weight or bulk. It also tacks on stabilizing guide rails to secure the heel at the midsole, which are intended to help the Achilles move freely and focus a runner’s energy forward. Our testers appreciated the original Solarboost’s solid energy return and support from the upper, though some felt like it could stand to be more breathable, which Adidas remedied in this version with new air mesh.
While a minimalist running shoe might be all the rage, it may not be the best selection for you. This is why making a selection based on your foot type is crucial for a smooth and pain-free shoe. If you have higher arches, then look for a running shoe that gives extra support in the midsole. This will ensure that your feet don’t roll inward when they strike the ground.
The women’s casual driving moc is a true Twisted X original! Handcrafted in genuine full-grain leather, the driving moc makes an unforgettable statement about true comfort and style in casual footwear. Blending together a traditional open-laced profile, moc toe design, and integrated comfort technology that provides timeless quality and style. The SD footbed, composite XD insole, and the Twisted X driving moc outsole combine to produce one of the most comfortable, ankle-high casual shoes you can find. From a relaxing stroll to spending the entire day on your feet, our driving mocs will have you redefining comfort.
A perennial favorite for new runners and marathon maniacs alike, the Ghost has always provided a quick, smooth ride that holds up over the miles. This year’s edition somehow raises an already-stellar bar with a new 3D Fit Print upper that promises a lighter feel and sleeker aesthetic. While our testers thought the Ghost 11 had ample cushioning in the heel, they felt it could use a little more softness up front—and Brooks listened; our RW Lab data showed there is indeed softer cushioning in the forefoot of the 12. “From front to back, the cushioning is superb without being too mushy,” said one female tester. “The forefoot was cushioned enough to provide a soft landing while also letting me feel the terrain beneath me.”
If you’ve never tried a thick, pillowy Hoka One One shoe, it’s hard to believe how light they can feel until you slide your foot into a pair. Great for recovery days or when you just need a break from harsh pounding against concrete, the Clifton 6 wraps your foot in foam and centers it over a thick slab of cushioning with a firm heel and soft forefoot. The shoe is slightly curved to help you roll through your stride. This year’s version is the lightest since the Clifton’s original release in 2014, but it is still a better shoe for long miles than speedwork. The upper has been redesigned in an engineered mesh to fit more smoothly and securely, with just enough structure to comfortably cradle your foot.
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