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A grippy and durable rubber outsole highlights this hardy shoe.
A thick slab of Asics’s new FlyteFoam Blast packs a bouncy, energetic ride.
The defining neutral cushioning shoe sports a new React foam midsole and a big forefoot air bag.
More cushioned than a pure racer and lighter than your daily trainers, the 361-Pacer ST is an ideal track or tempo partner.
Designed to prevent injuries, the thick trainer takes the edge off hard surface running.
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The new Under Armour shoe uses a forefoot plate to help you pop off of a slab of plush foam.
The latest DynaFlyte has a comfortable, breathable mesh upper and reactive cushioning underfoot.
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The shoe is almost completely free of fossil fuel–based materials, a first for a major running brand.
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Asics spared neither foam nor rubber in constructing its latest marquee stability trainer.
A softer midsole gives you a smooth touchdown and toe-off without sacrificing the company’s characteristic support.
Well-cushioned, grippy, and comfortable for hours, this is a one-shoe arsenal for trail runners.
The latest Cumulus gets a modest update to the upper, but it’s still one of the most adaptable shoes in the neutral category.
With a minimal upper and a pricey slab of ZoomX foam underfoot, it’s an ideal shoe for going long and fast.
Keep your most powerful muscles engaged and your feet well-cushioned to smooth out imbalances and run your best.
We liked this shoe’s protective rock plate, but the dense sole felt too rigid for most trails.
The new cushioning system uses thousands of beads to absorb impact.
The shoe uses a medial post and carbon-fiber shank to support your foot during pronation.
Finally available to the public, the Vaporfly Next% sports a thicker midsole, a lighter upper, and better traction.
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