Cyber Monday deals are here! From trail shoes to road shoes, stability to neutral, and low to high cushion—there are great shoe deals for every type of runner that can help you to save some serious cash. Whether you are buying for yourself or your favorite runner, Cyber Monday is a great times to get a head start on holiday shopping and score some major sales on the best brands like Nike, Adidas, Asics, and more
We scoured the internet for the best Cyber Monday sales on some of our favorite running shoes, so start shopping now before they sell out. For more Cyber Monday deals, check out the best deals for runners and great treadmill deals.
Sales may vary based on color way and size.
The Levitate was designed to help you run faster and more efficiently. The midsole is made from Brooks DNA Amp foam, which is super responsive and will help propel you forward. It also has a knit upper, which is comfortable and moves naturally with the foot.
The Adidas Ultraboost has been around for over 20 years now, and it just keeps getting better. It still has that expected plush, bouncy feel that keeps runners coming back, and it makes a great recovery and long-run shoe.
$160 $99.95 (38% off)
The Kayano provides high support and high cushion without being bulky and heavy. The underfoot feel is soft and plush, but it provides a high level of arch support, which is great for longer runs when you start to tire, or for those that tend to overpronate.
Another great option for your long runs, the Saucony Triumph provides high cushion while still having a responsive, snappy return. Since it isn't too soft, it can also work great for speedwork or shorter training runs if you need a more cushioned shoe.
$130 $73.50 (43% off)
The Ride is a great do-it-all trainer. Mid-cushioned, it is light enough for speedwork, but can still hold up in the longer miles. It also features a super cushioned heel cup and tongue that keep it comfortable and prevent blistering.
$120.00 62.96 (48% off)
Past models of the Gel-Cumulus were abundant with cushioning but had a clunky ride. The designers improved the Cumulus 22 by carving away foam and rubber underfoot, making the flex grooves deeper, and offering a softer mid-sole, too.
$120 $109.95 (8% off)
The GT-2000 is great for those that need more support, but don't necessarily like that super plush feeling. This shoe has a snappier feel and allows you to feel the ground a bit more without sacrificing arch support.
Use Code CYBER for 20% off.
A durable and grippy rubber outsole and more tongue padding than the previous iteration make the Pegasus 38 a great running shoe for daily runs and long weekend runs. It's a versatile shoe that isn't as light as all the carbon-fiber plated shoes, but still feels quick on pavement.
If you’re a Hoka fan or the type of runner who can’t get enough cushion between your foot and the trail, you should check out the latest version of this hybrid. A longtime favorite among our testers for its comfort and versatility, the Caldera transitions well between trail and pavement, thanks to a thickly padded midsole and low, non-aggressive lugs.
$99.71 $94.95 (5% off)
Altras are known for their foot shape and zero drop. The Provision gives you this natural feel while also providing support that wraps around the heel and through the arch. It is a light to medium cushion, so it makes a great candidate for workouts.