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The Adidas Adizero Boston 11 is a max cushion daily trainer with firm cushioning and carbon plate for long training runs.
An impressive new super stacked everyday training shoe from Asics, the extremely light Superblast gives max cushioning, but not enough speed.
The Mizuno Wave Rider 26 is a traditional and versatile running shoe with a high drop and firm ride for daily runs and easy sessions
The Asics GT 1000 11 is a soft and comfortable entry-level stability shoe that will suit most, bringing welcome improvements from the previous version.
The New Balance FuelCell Propel v3 is a simple, effective, and lightweight entry-level shoe for your daily runs.
A performance trainer that offers a little bit of everything for every runner, the third version New Balance Rebel shoes moves fast, gives bounce and maintains a light weight, while being a great candidate performance shoe for midpack athletes.
Puma’s second go at soft-feeling carbon shoes for everyday training combines comfort, stability, and grip for do-it-all road running excellence.
The Hoka Mafate Speed 4 is a delightfully grippy and comfortable trail running shoe for long distances on technical terrains.