The best shoes built for runners

Found your perfect running shoes?

Asics GT 2160
These best sellers have been reinvented once again. Now in their 16th incarnation, the latest Asics GTs feature a Guidance Line system that reduces fatigue by streamlining your footfalls. They’re best for runners with mild to moderate overpronation. Price: $100

Nike Lunar Eclipse+
These universally appealing kicks complement all foot types and are suitable for everyone, from underpronators to severe overpronators (those whose feet roll inward). Price: $130

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Saucony Triumph 8
An ounce lighter than their predecessor, these “neutral” shoes (i.e., the arch support is ideal for normal pronators) have more forefoot flexibility and additional cushioning around the toes. Price: $130

New Balance 890
Thanks to a brand-new foam compound called RevLite, these stylish sneakers are cushiony and super-lightweight. Built for runners who underpronate (their feet roll outward), the soft midsoles prompt pronation instead of limiting it like stability shoes would. Price: $100

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 11
These are as kind to the earth as they are to your feet: A new type of cushioning not only disperses impact to minimize foot pain but also breaks down faster in landfills. Price: $100

Mizuno wave inspire 7
The outsole technology in these moderate-support shoes helps prevent foot fatigue, and enhanced midsole cushioning offers a bouncier ride while keeping you light on your feet. They’re perfect for mild overpronators who need some support. Price: $100


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Karhu Fast 2 Fulcrum-Ride
The outsole technology in these moderate-support shoes helps prevent foot fatigue, and enhanced midsole cushioning offers a bouncier ride while keeping you light on your feet. They’re perfect for mild overpronators who need some support. Price: $130

Reebok Premier Ultra 8
A new foam-based compound in the heel makes these cushioning shoes lighter without compromising their support, which keeps overpronators in line. Price: $125

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Rykä Synergy
The uppers of these low-profile stability shoes have straps that lock your feet in place for a secure ride. Your feet land properly (no sliding around!) with each step you take. Price: $80

Reebok RealFlex
Strategically placed pods on the shoe’s sole encourage your foot’s natural movement and flexibility, combining the benefits of barefoot running with a minimalist sneaker. Price: $90

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Saucony Grid Flex
Super durable and light, these running shoes are geared toward women with normal, low-maintenance feet who’d rather spend their extra cash on stilettos. Price: $70

Puma Faas 500
The new technology in this neutral trainer adds stability and light cushioning and supports a smoother transition from initial impact to toe-off. Price: $100

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