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Red Wing Shoe Store
(716) 681-2060
6354 Transit Rd
Depew, NY
 
Underground Shoes
(716) 686-0735
2000 Walden Ave # 185
Cheektowaga, NY
 
Famous Footwear
(716) 684-1256
3801 Union Rd
Buffalo, NY
 
Easy Spirit
(716) 681-8320
2000 Walden Ave
Cheektowaga, NY
 
Dsw Shoe Warehouse
(716) 684-7808
2000 Walden Ave # 214
Cheektowaga, NY
 
Step Ahead Shoes & Repair
(716) 651-4646
6338 Transit Rd
Depew, NY
 
Clarks Shoes
(716) 681-2609
5 Walden Galleria
Cheektowaga, NY
 
Famous Footwear
28 Walden Galleria
Cheektowaga, NY
 
Knapp Shoes
(716) 897-1656
1625 Walden Ave
Buffalo, NY
 
Journeys
(716) 651-0207
210 Walden Galleria
Cheektowaga, NY
 

Adidas adiStar Raven $120

adidas adiStar Raven $120
The new Raven replaces the adiStar Trail. The protective upper is constructed of a closed mesh with high friction-welded overlays that form a full rand with a rubber toe bumper.  

The midsole is a firm, molded EVA with a “mud release surface”—essentially a slick finish that keeps the mud from clinging to the sides. The outersole is a new configuration of plus-sign–shaped flexible lugs covering the entire sole, but they’re made out of adiWear on the medial half and sticky rubber on the lateral half. The Raven is constructed using ForMotion 360, a full-length thermoplastic Strobel board that offers protection on the trails without restricting flexibility, in combination with the proven ForMotion cassette in the heel, here in a trail-specific design with a side-to-side cleft across the entire heel to better flex with the uneven terrain of most trails.

 

 

  • RESPONSIVE TRAIL
  • Sizes: men 6.5–13,14,15; women 5.5–12
  • Weight: 13.0 oz. (men’s 11); 10.6 oz. (women’s 8)
  • Shape: semi-curved
  • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, thermoplastic Strobel board
  • For: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation
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adidas XCS

adidas XCS
The XCS is the update to the RLH from a couple seasons back. The XCS features the same Traxion outersole of the RLH in both a six-spike configuration and the more versatile spikeless version.

The upper is the same in each: a mini airmesh and a supportive, extended heel counter with a low-volume, foot-hugging fit. The midsole is low even for low-profile shoes and is molded EVA. The EVA provides adequate cushioning on its own, and gets an assist from the Traxion lugs that supply not only traction, but some cushion (via deflection). The close fit, deft touch of cushioning, and excellent traction help the foot efficiently negotiate whatever the cross country course puts between you and the finish line.

  • Spike/Spikeless $60
  • Sizes: men 7–13,14,15; women 5–12
  • Weight: (men’s 11) 8.3 oz. spike, 7.8 oz. spikeless; (women’s 8) 7.5 oz. spike, 7.0 oz. spikeless    
  • Fit: snug throughout
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Adirondack Marathon
September
Schroon Lake, NY
info@adirondackmarathon.org
http://www.adirondackmarathon.org
Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival September 25-26, 2010
Buffalo Marathon
May
Buffalo, NY
BeishSearch@cs.com
http://www.BuffaloMarathon.com
Monster Trail Marathon
September
Virgil, NY
rmh12@cornell.edu
http://www.fingerlakesrunners.org
The Finger Lakes Runners Club is an organization for runners of all ages and all degrees of ability and competitiveness: kids and masters runners, track and road runners, marathon runners, cross country and trail runners, joggers, those who run fast and those not as fast. The Finger Lakes Runners Club has always taken pride in the fact that we are a running club for runners of all ability. We share a common belief that fitness and well-being can be achieved through running. It does not matter how fast or slow you are. Being a runner is a state of mind, and not the minutes on a watch.
Hamptons Marathon
October
East Hampton, NY
diane@hamptonsmarathon.com
http://www.hamptonsmarathon.com
The Hamptons Marathon & Half is the brainchild of two runners, Amanda Moszkowski and Diane Weinberger, who in 2004 were looking for a race in which to compete. During the summer of that year, while training for a fall marathon, they noticed that there were no races longer than a 10K distance on the East End of Long Island. With their typical can-do attitude, they decided that it was their job to fill that vacuum, and the Hamptons Marathon & Half was born. Overcoming the skepticism of many local runners, who thought that a Marathon in their area could not be done, the first race in 2007 registered a field of over 500 runners and was a great success, and has been followed each year with increasing (and always closed out) registration and attention at the local and national level. The race donates net proceeds to local charities, and to date has donated over $100,000 to the local after-school program, as well as to the local hospital. It is Amanda and Diane's firm commitment to their runners, as well as to their community, that has helped produce a manageably sized race of elite quality, and has made the Hamptons Marathon & Half a"Race To Run" in Runner's World Magazine.
Hudson Mohawk Marathon
February
Albany, NY
peterson@albany.edu
http://www.hmrrc.com
The Hudson-Mohawk Road Runners Club (HMRRC) is dedicated to promoting the sport of distance running through education and training to promote running as a part of a healthy lifestyle, promoting personal fitness and community through organizing and managing running events, providing means of communication among club members and creating opportunities for social activities. We believe in encouraging participation in running events for individuals of all levels of running abilities and acknowledge that volunteer participation is a foundation upon which HMRRC exists.
ING New York City Marathon
November
New York City, NY
marathonmailer@nyrrc.org
http://www.ingnycmarathon.org
Lake Placid Marathon
June
Lake Placid, NY
info@lakeplacidmarathon.com
http://www.LakePlacidMarathon.com
Lake Placid, NY. Welcome to the 7th annual Lake Placid Marathon & Half Marathon! Each year, the Lake Placid Marathon attracts athletes and spectators from all over North America and abroad. In 2010 we hosted a record 2,500 runners (sold out race). Come and see why our Olympic Village event was rated the #2 "Best Destination Race" in the USA by Runners World Magazine (January 2010). Join us! 2011 Race Day: Sunday, June 12, 2011The Olympic village of Lake Placid is in the beautiful High Peaks Region of Upstate New York's Adirondack Mountains.The marathon features 25 aid station opportunities in 26.2 miles. The half marathon features 12 aid station opportunities in 13.1 miles. The first four aid stations are water only. The remaining aid stations are stocked with water, sports drink, energy bars, energy gel, fruit, pretzels, cookies, and other energy foods. Free Post Race Athlete Food and drink is provided at the Olympic Oval finish area.
Mohawk-Hudson River Marathon
October
Albany, NY
racedirector@mohawkhudsonmarathon.com
http://www.mohawkhudsonmarathon.com
MVP Health Care Rochester Marathon
September
Rochester, NY
nmau@arthritis.org
http://www.RochesterMarathon.com
The MVP Health Care Rochester Marathon is a Boston Marathon qualifier. Both the Marathon and Half Marathon courses are USATF certified courses. The race will be using Chip Timing with AMB Timing System. All chips will be removed at the finish line. Any unreturned chips will be charged to the entrant.
Self-Transcendence Marathon
August
Nyack, NY
ny@srichinmoyraces.org
http://www.srichinmoyraces.org/us
Throughout the site we have used drawings of birds which are called Soul-Birds. These are the creation of Sri Chinmoy, who kindly consented to their use. We would like to express our gratitude to Sri Chinmoy for allowing us to publish significant excerpts of his works.
RexCorp Long Island Marathon
May
East Meadow, NY
racedir@thelimarathon.com
http://www.thelimarathon.com
For the past 37 years, the Long Island Marathon has been serving Long Island's running community as Long Island's premiere competitive running event. For its 38th year, the RXR / TIAA-CREF Long Island Marathon: Festival of Races will, again, take place on that first Sunday in May giving Long Island area residents a chance to compete on all levels of athletic competition.In the early 1970's the "Earth Day Marathon" created, consisting of a 26.2 mile run inside Eisenhower Park in East Meadow. Later renamed renamed the "Long Island Marathon," the event continued into the 1980's when the Half Marathon was added in 1984. Since then, the Long Island Marathon and Half Marathon have continued to thrive and evolve into the "RXR / TIAA-CREF Long Island Marathon: Festival of Races," which now features a Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K Race, 5K Race, 10Mile Run and Kids Fun Run.
The North Face Endurance Challenge - Bear Mountain
May
Bear Mountain, NY
endurancechallenge@hawkeyeww.com
http://www.thenorthface.com/endurancechallenge/races/2010/ny
29th Wineglass Marathon
October
Corning, NY
marathon@wineglassrunningclub.com
http://www.wineglassmarathon.com/
Yonkers Department of Parks, Recreation & Conservation Yonkers Marathon
September
Yonkers, NY
yonkersmarathon@cityofyonkers.com
http://www.yonkersny.gov/Index.aspx?page=1465
In the late 1640's (about 20 years after Peter Minuit bought Manhattan Island), Adriaen Van der Donck received grant of land from the Dutch East India Company which he called Colon Donck (“Donck's Colony"), and built one of the first saw mills in the New World at the junction of the Hudson and Nepperhan Rivers. Van der Donck was referred to as Jonk Herr ("young Gentleman" or "young Nobleman") by reason of his status in Holland, and these words evolved through several changes to the Jonk Heer's land and The Younckers, The Yonkers and finally to the present Yonkers. The area acquired by Van der Donck passed into the hands of the Philipse family in the latter part of the 17th century, and Philipse Manor Hall was erected at this juncture of the two rivers in the early 1680s. Yonkers' strategic location fostered its development into a major trading center and its early settlers (including Native Americans, English and Dutch) created a diverse community.