@RW Staff 2 I'm a bigger runner with moderate speed - 6'3 190lbs and 18:xx 5k/ 2:59 marathon; put in 80-105mpw during training blocks. I found the daily workhorse that worked best for me was the Peg Turbo 2 and I feel that is in large part because the mix of ZoomX foam gave an extra bit of cushion to reduce the impact I have from a larger frame and kept the niggles and pains to a minimum. I have tried the Hyperion Tempo and Rebel v2 but neither was quite what I am seeking as a trainer. Is the Boston 10 a good replacement despite the high stack or is it best left for other days?
Although the Boston 10 is a high-quality shoe, given your affinity for the Peg Turbo 2, I would recommend a different shoe. After talking with a few people here at Running Warehouse, if you like ZoomX foam, then the Nike ZoomX Invincible could be a nice replacement. You will get all the benefits of the ZoomX midsole (soft and bouncy) along with a high level of stability and durability. The Skechers Maxroad is another great option that provides a similar underfoot experience, but if you'd like a shoe that is a little firmer underfoot and can push the pace, then the Saucony Endorphin Speed could be another option, as well.