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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.
The Asics Gel Trabuco 10 is a versatile trail running shoe for medium to long distances on technical terrain.
A fast shoe wannabe that atones for the sins of its predecessor without hitting the super shoe category, despite carbon plating and some really good sensations overall.
The Endorphin Pro 3 are Saucony’s carbon plated super shoes. This new version is more stable and versatile while retaining its edge for the half marathon!