Whether you’ve been going on so many neighborhood jogs that your shoes are worn out, or you just need some new kicks to inspire you to actually head out the door for a run, it’s a great time of year to refresh your running shoes. Thanks to these Memorial Day sales, you can find discounts up to 50 percent off (or sometimes even more!) from many online retailers, so you don’t even need to leave the house.
We selected some of our favorite shoes for great prices from brands like Nike, Brooks, Adidas, and more, so you can start shopping before the long weekend officially starts. Note that size and color section of these shoes are limited, and sale prices may differ, so shop sooner rather than later for the most availability.
Hoka’s shoes are just about unrivaled for their superior amounts of cushioning without adding on extra pounds. The Mach 2 are especially suitable for endurance runners who want to put in a lot of mileage, even at fast speeds, without sacrificing the comfort from a plush ride or lightweight construction.
The Joyride Run Flyknit are pricey for a shoe geared toward beginner runners, but you can score a pair for up to $80 less now. The visible beads in the midsole are not just for looks, but add tons of plushness to your stride.
The fan favorite Pegasus 36 is a highly versatile shoe, and it’s hard to beat this sale price at well under $100. Let’s just say there’s a reason the Pegasus is so popular among distance runners that it’s been around for a whooping 36 iterations.
A favorite among trail runners and thru-hikers alike, Altra’s Lone Peak boast a new lacing system and colors for the 4.5th version, with the same durable outsole, impeccable grip, wide toe box, and protective rock plate.
You may prefer your shoe to provide comfort over lightness—especially now that races are postponed. If so, the Gel-Cumulus 21 is substantial enough to reduce force of impact and hold up to over 100 miles of wear.
If you’ve been bored with the same laps around your block, the FuelCell Propel will encourage you to change up your workouts. This versatile shoe is not only inexpensive, but can handle anything from speedwork to long runs to cross-training in your living room.
Paige SzmodisPaige Szmodis is an editor for Runner’s World, Bicycling, and Popular Mechanics, who researches and writes home, tech, and outdoor product reviews and news.
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