10 Tried and True Running Shoes
Anyone up for a race?
Anyone up for a race?
Text: Bella Gil
Whether you’re just starting out, or a seasoned professional, it’s a no-brainer that your choice of shoe can make or break a run. The exhilaration after a one-mile warmup or long-distance venture can’t be achieved without a sturdy pair of running shoes at your feet.
Looking for durability, comfort and support? Look no further, because we’ve got you covered below.
HOKA ONE ONE Bondi 7
With nine different colors to choose from, the Bondi 7’s ($150) are Hoka’s most cushioned shoe, offering comfort, support — and style — on any long distance run. A phenomenal all-white running shoes, these Hokas will take you places.
HOKA ONE ONE Clifton 7
The beloved Cliftons by Hoka ($103) are award-winning for a reason. The durability and lightweight features of the shoe provide a smooth and stable ride keeping you comfortable and sturdy.
Brooks Ghost 13
Another staple running shoe, Brooks’ Ghost 13’s ($109) have extensive DNA LOFT cushioning throughout providing a smooth transition from heel to toe. Breathable and probably the most comfortable shoe you will ever wear, these kicks are a timeless running essential.
Brooks Glycerin 19
A mesh interior and plush underfoot will carry you to victory in these Brooks running shoes. Great for road-running, the Glycerin 19’s ($150) are snug and comfortable.
Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2
Ideal for beginners and experts alike, Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2’s ($160) provide optimal support for any type of need. Responsive and supporting, these shoes will take you from the road to the track in no time.
Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%
A unique design and shape is not only what makes the Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% ($200) so great, but its durability and supportive structure pull it all together. For training and running, these are sure to put a spring in your step.
Adidas Adizero Boston 9 Shoes
Ideal for tempo runs, these high-performance Adidas ($120) were made with empowering athletes in mind, ensuring you are ready for your race at any time.
Adidas Adizero Adios 5 Tokyo Shoes
Designed by Japanese artist Hiroko Takahashi, these lightweight Adios 5’s ($140) are adorned in a circular pattern representing neutrality in gender, nationality and time.
These shoes are more than your average running shoes. The UA Phantom 2’s ($150) connect to UA’s MAPMYRUN™ app to show you your detailed running stats to improve and better your skill.
Under Armour UA Charged Pursuit 2 SE
In need of flexibility? These running shoes ($70) are comfortable and durable offering prime support for your ankle as well as a lightweight feel.