10 of 2017's Hottest New Running Shoes
Ready to begin a running program or add miles to your training? The only thing you need to start running or logging longer runs is a pair of running shoes designed to meet your needs. Choosing the right shoe for your training goals and your foot type is crucial to building a consistent running program. Investing in the right pair of running shoes not only protects your feet while you pound the pavement, but can ensure that your knees and hips stay healthy, too, while you reach your goals and cross finish lines this year!
Don't let the abundance of running shoes on the market distract you from buying the best pair for your training. We've done the legwork for you with the 10 hottest running shoes released this year, including shoes for all running goals and all price ranges in mind.
New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3
New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3 ($100) are lightweight enough for a day of speed work, and durable enough to handle long runs — including half-marathons.
Asics Gel Kayano 23
The Asics Gel Kayano 23 ($160) is considered to be a step up in both price and quality from the Asics GT-2000s and adds gel cushioning to add comfort to your runs and longevity to the shoe.
Brooks Adrenaline GTS
The Brooks Adrenaline GTS ($120) offers extra room and snug support for runners with wider feet. It's best for runs, but lightweight enough for long walks.
Nike Lunarepic Flyknit 2
If you’re looking for a shoe designed for everyday running, check out the Nike Lunarepic Flyknit 2 ($160).
Adidas Ultraboost X Parley
A lightweight shoe with added cushioning, the Adidas Ultraboost X Parley ($200) is best for runners that need more arch support during their runs.
Nike Pegasus 33
The Nike Pegasus 33 ($110) is designed for runners who suffer from sweaty feet or blisters during a run; it features added ventilation and rear foot support.