These days, it seems more people are skipping the gym for a run in the park. Buying the right type of running shoe can be difficult, considering the amount of options that are currently on the market. One size does not fit all when it comes to finding the right type of shoe. Beginners might enjoy more structure and cushion, marathon runners may want more traction, leisure joggers may want more comfort, and trail runners may need technical terrain shoes. Not only should you look for a shoe that fits your style, but also your lifestyle.
New Balance 860v10
The New Balance brand has long be recognized as a leisure running shoe perfect for those that enjoy an evening walk or jog.
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 20
Brooks prides themselves in their high quality support for long distance runners. The durability of this running shoe is unbeatable and is a runner’s best friend.
HOKA ONE ONE Arahi 4
New to the market, HOKA, is breaking barriers when it comes to comfort while running. These shoes are perfect for beginners looking for more cushion in their pace.
Nike Air Zoom Structure 22
Loyal Nike customers praise the Air Zoom line for its unique style and running support. Runners often find most Nike shoes taboo, but this type of running shoe changed their minds.
ASICS GEL-Kayano 26
Any podiatrist will say ASICS is the best shoe brand on the market, and therefore the best running shoe. It competes fiercely with Brooks for the best supportive long distance running shoe.
Saucony Guide 13
The Saucony Guide 13 is perfect for runners who may experienced an injury and need extra cushion when getting back on the road. Its gliding surface allows for optimal pavement to foot traction, and provides many stylish color options.
Mizuno Wave Horizon 4
For the trail hiking runners the Mizuno Wave Horizon 4 is the shoe for you. It is ideal for those running up elevated surfaces and offers a spike lined sole. The shoes are also water proof for use in any weather conditions.