Whether you’re a professional runner or an occasional fitness runner, happy feet can make a huge difference. For most runners, choosing the right running shoes is similar to acquiring a house or a car; you’re going to invest a ton of time in them, so you need something you truly like. Here we have picked out the best running shoes currently.
Adidas Adizero Tempo Boost 7
The Adidas Adizero Tempo 7 is a great lightweight training shoe that provides plenty of responsiveness along with a great upper shape and feel that will provide miles of efficiency and comfort during your training. With the new Boost technology and the dependable Torsion system in the midsole, along with the new Continental rubber outsole, these shoes are one of the best on the market this year, offering great stability and built for pace-building.
Altra Olympus 1.5
To maximize your trail running experience, you need a rugged running shoe. That’s what the Altra Olympus 1.5 is. With loads of responsive A-Bound midsole material and dual layer EVA, this trail shoe offers the protection you need when the terrain is unpredictable. Equipped with a rugged upper and outsole, water or debris won’t be getting in to this pair, so you can enjoy a natural ride regardless of where the trails may take you.
Mix up your daily runs and enjoy the soft and flexible FluidAxis platform that creates a more natural running experience. You’ll score double the underfoot comfort from the combo of the ComforDry Lasting and ComforDry sockliner. Two layers of smooth-flexing midsole foam and deep, strategically placed flex grooves create a pliable but supportive platform that doesn’t get in the way of a foot’s natural motion. A good pair to train for your upcoming marathons.
New Balance 870v4
The four-generation New Balance 870 is engineered to be protective, while still being light and sleek. It brings together a REVlite underfoot with a generous amount of ground contact so that you get nice traction even on the swiftest of gaits, a slightly wider capture under the midfoot for higher stability, and an engineered support post. It’s renowned as a snappy and responsive pair ideal for high-mileage runs and Fartlek sessions.