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The seven best recovery shoes for runners, with a style and feel for any taste.
Here’s what some running brands are doing to help reduce their impact on the environment.
These plant-based and recycled-material running shoes are stylish, comfortable — and not ready to be your daily trainers.
The new Nike Pegasus 38 lives up to the shoe’s legacy as a comfortable daily trainer for any pace, with a new fit like a well-used baseball mitt.
Saucony refreshes the Freedom with its top-end foam, making it a springboard to responsive running.
This spring’s hot shoe trend is simplicity: designs that deliver smooth rides and clean lines by avoiding complexity and letting their advanced materials show off.
Under Armour removes the outsole on their innovative Flow Velociti Wind that wows testers with its light, quick, and comfortable ride.
Brooks' new Glycerin delivers dreamy plushness for luxurious comfort, with or without stability.
The all new Altra Rivera represents modern minimalism at its finest, providing a light, flexible, stable, cushioned and responsive ride.
Puma returns to speed with a new line, topped by the super-foam-cushioned and carbon-fiber-plated Deviate Nitro
This flashy new Noosa also delivers a fun, fast ride. It's not just for triathletes anymore.
An all-new lightweight shoe from New Balance (despite the v2 name), the Rebel v2 delivers balanced cushioning and a smooth, responsive ride that holds up over the miles.
The 12th version of Saucony's popular Kinvara is an athletically connected, natural-feeling trainer with a snappy ride and an outstanding (and flashy) upper.
New Balance didn’t compromise in giving the 1080v11 plush trimmings, ample cushioning and luxurious foot hold in a shoe sure to become an easy-day favorite.
As scientists continue to debate what elements create super shoe magic, what do we know, and what does that mean for how you select your next racing shoes?
A scientist who argued for stack height limitations explains his reasoning and current thoughts one year after the World Athletics ruling.
The updated Nimbus Lite 2 brings even more sustained springiness for your legs, eyes and the earth.
This ideal 100k shoe, HOKA's Carbon X 2 shines at all speeds for any stride, making it a super shoe for more than super runners.
The rebirth of the original rocker is an attractive, smooth-rolling — but heavy — easy-day shoe.
Marathoners ran 1-2% faster in super shoes and women benefited more than men in analysis of four World Marathon Majors.