Whether you love road running, trail running, or minimalist sneakers, we’ve found, tested, and reviewed the best running shoes for women. Finding the right women’s running shoe is a pain. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to narrow them all down. Don’t worry, though – we’ve got you covered. We spent the past several months researching and testing all manner of running shoes. Testing included intense mountain runs, moderate trail runs, adventurous day hikes, runs along cement and pavement, plenty of treadmill miles, and a few fitness classes. We wore them through rain, snow, mud, and.
Everyone loves to be , but it takes a special kind of athlete to be passionate about long-distance . This sport requires dedication, endurance, and a passion for running to put in the miles for long-distance running.
Now as every long-distance runner knows, the most important accessory to keep you on a steady pace and comfortable while putting in the miles is a great pair of long-distance running shoes. Luckily for you, we have done the research and listed the top ten long-distance running shoes and why they made our list. We have also listed some criteria to keep in mind when looking for your perfect pair of long-distance running shoes. By Jordan Coleiro: This list of long-distance running shoes has been put together to show you the best researched and reviewed long-distance running shoes that provide the support and comfort while you put in the miles on your next run.
A pair of long-distance running shoes to keep your eye on is the Brooks Ghost 10. We love this addition, because they are highly rated, provide you with the support for your feet, designed for distance, and are comfortable. The Brooks Ghost line of running shoes makes another appearance on the list in our ninth spot. The Ghost 10 is the next generation model of the Ghost shoes. It's a solid runner that offers respectable cushioning and perform well for the long distance runner.
Overall Support This long-distance running shoe offers support to the runner by using a combination of adjustable cushioning and very responsive crash pads within the shoe that adjust to offer more or less support where needed. Overall Fit Most people found the fit of this shoe to be extremely comfortable and form fitting. Protection Overall this shoe offers great protection, both from the elements and overpronation.
Cushioning Most people found that the cushioning in this shoe was fine for the occasional long-distance race or training episode, but found that it did require more of it for a full day of training or running. Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop of these particular shoes is 12 millimeters, which is fairly significant. If used improperly, there is a strong potential for the heel of the runner to have to absorb a fair amount of impact.
Summary If you’re looking for a somewhat comfortable trainer for your long distance running that offers neutral support overall, the Brooks Ghost 10 is one that may be worth your consideration. A new seamless upper brings improvement to the fit. From its start, the Nike brand has been associated strongly with running and athletics, and this pair of shoes is no exception. Designed primarily for running on the road and conquering the concrete jungle, these shoes make it difficult to say “no” to the next marathon run.
Overall Support These shoes offer support to your feet in a number of different ways. The first is a fitsole sock liner that conforms easily to the shape of your foot overall. In addition, air units in both the toe and heel area allow for extra support and cushioning where you need it most.
Overall Fit The majority of people found these shoes to be well-fitting, with only about 13% of the people finding them to be a bit on the small or large side of things. Protection In addition to the rubber soles protecting the bottom of your feet, these shoes also help to keep your joints and leg muscles aligned properly to maintain good balance and posture overall.
Cushioning While it may not provide as much cushioning as some other choices, on this list, the Nike Pegasus brand of shoes offers a good amount of cushioning where you need it most, relying both on construction and air pockets to get the job done.
Heel to Toe Drop The heel drop on this shoe measures about 10 millimeters, which is fairly low. This allows for less of the heel to meet the pavement, making for a more comfortable and longer lasting run. Summary When it comes to running in the urban jungle, the Nike brand is hard to beat. The materials used lend themselves to a great overall fit that is breathable, comfortable and has the support that every runner needs.
The Asics company has had a well-respected reputation when it came to running shoes, and this example from their Gel-Kayano line is no exception. Featuring a number of characteristics that make it a viable choice for multi-mile runs, this shoe is definitely one to consider. Overall Support Unlike many of the shoes presented on this list that offer support by cushioning or adding foam to particular locations to get the support necessary for a great run, the Asics Gel-Kayano 24 focuses instead on making sure the runner’s gait remains natural and aligned.
It does this through what is called Impact Guidance System, or a series of fluid-filled capsules that allow for the foot to easily adjust to the running surface without experiencing too many jars or mishaps. Overall Fit The overall fit is perhaps one area where this long distance running shoe is somewhat lacking. While the majority of people found it to be comfortable and true to size, there was a sizable percentage – nearly 14% that found it to be painfully small and restrictive.
Also, there were reports of the two shoes in a pair being different in sizes by at least ½ a shoe size. Protection The thick rubber sole and the synthetic and fabric upper provide adequate protection from the weather and elements, and the basic cushioning system provides a bit of protection from misalignment due to poor running posture. Cushioning For the most part, this shoe provides cushioning in the form of shock absorbing fluid capsules that move with the step and absorb the majority of the impact shock with each step taken.
Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop in this particular shoe is about 10 millimeters, which is a moderate amount, especially considering the other examples on this list. However, with the added cushioning and shock absorbing material in the mid-soles, most runners fail to notice much of a difference. Summary These particular long distance running shoes are designed to promote stability and comfort while traveling over sidewalks and streets.
While the sizing may be problematic at times, if you find a pair that fits you well, these shoes can prove to be a valuable training aid. The last entry on our list is by no means last in overall quality. The GT-2000 6 Running Shoes by Asics is an upgrade from the 5 and provides great overall support and cushioning that is hard to beat.
Overall Support One of the nicer things about this running shoe is that it provides fantastic neutral support without adding weight. The unique cushion system allows for great overall support without too much-added bulk or weight.
Overall Fit Most people found these shoes to fit well, while a small number of people find them to fit touch small, so it's best to try them on. Protection Besides offering adequate protection from the elements, this running shoe from Asics uses a combination of state of the art support systems and cushioning to provide good protection from gait abnormalities.
Cushioning The cushioning in this shoe is provided through a combination of a gel cushioning system near the heel and toe areas to allow of the most efficient form of shock absorption. Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop is 10 mm in this shoe, which although moderate is about average for this type of shoe.
Summary The wonderful thing about the Asics GT 2000 6 is that they are suitable for both beginners and avid runners alike. They are best suited for longer runs that need recovery, but they can also easily work for an all-around shoe. If you’re looking for great support, this is your shoe. As far as real life testing goes, it has been said that the Adrenaline GTS 18 offers a cut above the rest of the shoes out there.
Overall Support The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 18 offers substantial support without being heavy. Overall Fit Most people found the Brooks Adrenaline to be quite close to what they expected in terms of size, and comfortable overall, allowing for a minimal amount of movement in the heel area and enough flexibility in the toe box. Protection The lighter construction may not offer as much of a substantial support that some seek.
Cushioning When it comes to absorbing the shock of impact while running, the Adrenaline does a great job, but also, they remain light in weight and can help those with pronation problems.
Heel to Toe Drop The difference between the heel and toe, in this case, is about 12 millimeters, which is pretty substantial compared to some of the others on this list. However, for a long distance trainer, this much of a heel drop isn’t that bad. Summary Brooks comes in hot with the Adrenaline GTS 18. Its remarkable support is combined with a light feel thanks to the upper portion that has been redesigned. This shoe makes it easy for a runner to ease into an undisturbed long-distance pace.
If you’re a runner who has wider feet and you still want to enjoy the challenge of cross-country long distance running, it can be hard to find a pair of running shoes that truly fit. Thankfully, this entry from New Balance is designed with you in mind. Overall Support These shoes are designed to offer support for those who need more stability than overall arch support. The REV Lite foam in the midsole provides great stabilization over the length of the foot fall, helping to keep everything in line.
Overall Fit Most people found these shoes to be comfortable to wear if a bit on the larger size overall. However, for those with wider or flatter feet overall, these shoes are some of the most well-fitting and comfortable ones available on the market today. Protection With the combination of mesh and synthetic materials, these shoes offer somewhat adequate protection from the elements, and the overall stable design helps to keep the foot and ankles properly aligned to prevent undue damage to the joints overall.
Cushioning The New Balance brand of shoe is well known for their levels of comfort and support. One of the reasons for this is their superior use of cushioning technology that is designed to move and shift as needed to make sure that the foot is properly in place and comfortable. Heel to Toe Drop The amount of displacement between the heel and toe of this particular running shoe is 8 millimeters.
This puts it well within the middle range – not exactly great, but nothing too problematic either. For most people, this difference would hardly be noticeable. Summary If you’re looking for a shoe that focuses on stability and comfort overall, this example from New Balance is a great contender.
While it may be a bit too large for some people, it does provide a good deal of strength and stability when needed. Next time you sit out a marathon, take a look at the feet crossing the finish line. Then count how many of these you see. Adidas has an ability to really surprise with some of their true running models.
Within the Adizero and even their boost series, they have been able to put out some products that really perform.
The Adios 3 is one of those shoes. It's lightweight and low profile, yet has adequate cushioning for those long runs and even marathons. It's a pretty solid shoe, built for endurance, but remains fairly lightweight enough to not add unnecessary fatigue from the weight.
Distance shoes, for many people, should have a good balance of durability, lightweight materials, solid traction and cushioning that lasts through the run, yet allows responsiveness and a decent amount of ground feel. The Adios series so far has gotten it right. If you’re looking for a long distance running shoe that is flexible enough to meet you head on no matter the terrain than you definitely want to consider this third entry on our list.
Designed to be both lightweight and flexible with plenty of support, the Saucony Kinvara Running shoe is a great overall choice for cross-country treks. Overall Support This pair of shoes offers great support through the use of lightweight synthetic materials that offers flexibility in the mid-sole and fore-foot areas and great cushioning and support in the heel area as well. The shoe is designed to move with and offer to change support as your foot needs it.
There is no rigidity here, just support that moves with you. It should be noted, however, that it doesn’t offer quite the amount of support and stability often needed by people with flat feet or wider feet. Overall Fit The majority of the people found these shoes to not only to be very well-fitting but also comfortable, despite a wide variety of foot types and shapes.
The removable insole allowed for a more customized fit, and the extremely flexible outsole made it easy for the shoe to conform nicely to the foot and move with it easily when in use. Protection The rubber sole and lightweight and breathable material provide great protection overall from dirt and debris. In addition, the stability technology built into the sole of the shoe helps to keep everything aligned just the way you need it, when you need it. Cushioning Overall these shoes have a great deal of cushioning throughout the bottom of the shoe.
Although they are fairly flexible in design, there is definitely a consideration towards the overall level of comfort that a runner feels while taking each step. Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop of these long-distance running shoes tops out at about 4 mm making the drop barely noticeable as you run. That means that you’ll get a fantastic overall weight distribution and less need for the shock absorbing cushioning.
Summary The Saucony Kinvara 7 Running shoe is a great overall choice if you need the flexibility of a great cross country running shoe, but don’t require too much structure or overall stability. The heel to toe drop is one of the smallest we’ve seen, and the overall fit and comfort are quite good as well. The Lunaracer running shoes from Nike offers a great, flexible way to run that allows for the minimal amount of cushioning and support that you can get while still paying for a normal looking shoe.
If you want to go the distance, and you’re not too worried about a little bit of soreness at the end of the day, this shoe may just be the ticket you need. Overall Support Unlike some of the others on this list, this particular running shoe offers only what is needed in the way of overall support. It borders very close to some of the more popular minimalist shoes that are available. Overall Fit Because of its lightweight mesh construction, and extremely flexible outsole and midsole area, most people find that this shoe is not only true to size but actually very exacting in their fit overall.
Protection While these shoes do offer a minimal amount of protection, we definitely wouldn’t suggest them for training purposes. The relatively thin mesh material uppers and rubberized sole bottom may wear through over time if used too much. It may be best to save these for racing competition. Cushioning There is a minimal amount of cushioning with these shoes, although most people found it to be fairly comfortable overall. However, if you require a fair amount of cushion to protect your feet and keep your gait from becoming awkward, you might want to consider other options.
Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop of the Nike Lunaracer is about 7 millimeters in total. It’s definitely not the greatest amount of change we’ve seen, but it will certainly cause the heel of the shoe to fit first often enough.
Summary The Lunaracer 3 shoe from Nike offers a minimal amount of support and cushioning, but offers a great overall fit and flexibility. It’s a great shoe for racing, but probably shouldn’t be used for training purposes. When it comes to a lightweight shoe that is great for long-distance running, one of the best choices in the market today is the Newton Running Motion V shoe.
Designed with the runner in mind, this shoe offers stability, comfort, and flexibility like few others. Overall Support The Newton Running Motion V features an EVA-High rebound compound in the midsole and inner sole area that helps to keep the foot well balanced and supported while in motion, with a concentration on maintaining overall stability.
There is a minimal amount of support offered, but it appears to be placed in areas where it is needed the most. Overall Fit While most people found these shoes to be very well fitting, and flexible, there were some who thought that the shoes overall fit was a bit on the smaller size. However, the combination of the stretch metatarsal panel, stabilization tongue, and the anatomically correct overlays helped to provide a more customized fit.
Protection While the mesh upper portion does provide for superior breathability and flexibility in movement, it really offers very little in the way of protection from the elements. If you choose to use these shoes during inclement weather, it’s best to expect to get wet.
Cushioning Overall the amount of cushioning offered in the Newton Running Motion V is adequate, but nothing really to write home about. They are certainly comfortable but rely more on the overall fit to maintain the comfort level of the shoe itself. Heel to Toe Drop The heel to toe drop in the case of this shoe is about 3 millimeters, which means that the foot will land on either the mid-foot or fore-foot area if the shoe is used correctly. This means that the overall shock of impact will be more evenly distributed over the length of the foot.
Summary If you’re not too worried about the amount of cushioning in your shoe, or the amount of protection from inclement weather, the Newton Running Motion V is a great overall choice. This long-distance running shoe focuses on overall fit and stability to make sure that the run is everything that it should be. When a person is running, especially over longer distances, making sure that your souls are properly supported can mean the difference between an exhilarating and satisfying run, or one riddled with pain and frustration.
The first area that is often cited as being important in maintaining good overall support is making sure the arch area of the foot gets the attention that it needs. Providing adequate support for this area is essential, especially for those with fallen arches or flat feet.
In addition, having proper arch support can make it easier for the skeletal areas in the foot ankle and lower leg to properly align while running. Proper support also helps in long distance running because it can prevent your feet from overpronating (turning from side to side when you run).
Pronation is a natural foot movement, that is designed to help absorb the shock of the impact, but too much of it can be a problem and will throw things out of alignment. Not surprisingly, how a long distance running shoe fits is also an important thing to consider when making a purchase.
In this case, the fit isn’t just about shoe size, but rather how the shoe conforms to your foot. If you think about it, even people with the same shoe size can have remarkably different shaped feet.
By finding a running shoe that properly fits you, you can help to prevent a lot of different injuries, such as blisters, strained tendons, and foot muscle cramps. A well-fitting running shoe will also help you fight fatigue, which is certainly important when running over great distances.
If the shoe conforms properly to your feet, it will not only offer better protection from a jarring impact but also provide a feeling of lightness while you run. One way to think of it is that a shoe should fit well enough to make it feel like you’re running with a cloud supporting you, not dragging a piece of the cloud with you. In addition to offering your feet ultimate support and comfort, they should also be substantial enough to protect you from any debris on the road that could inhibit your strides.
Along with this, a good pair of long-distance running shoes will help to protect your lower joints by keeping everything in proper alignment. Quite a few injuries happen, not because of any real mishap, but because the ankles, knees, and hips aren’t properly aligned, which can lead to significant wear and tear on the joints. Second, the best long-distance running shoe will protect your feet and legs from the sharp impact of hitting the ground with significant force time and time again.
This is accomplished through proper fit, the right support, and the right amount of cushioning in the right areas. If you had to worry about your comfort while running, chances are you might not do it as often. This is where the shoe’s cushioning comes into play. Running shoes, as a rule, tend to have more cushioning and support in the shoe as a whole than other athletic shoes do, and there is a good reason for this.
If you think about what you’re actually doing while running – even properly running – the force of the impact of each time you hit the ground with your feet can send shock waves up through your body quite easily. Cushioning, besides making the foot feel more comfortable, helps to absorb some of that shock, the same way the struts on your car help you navigate those small potholes that litter the city streets. When looking at any pair of shoes, it is always best to go into a store when you find a pair you are interested in and try them on.
If you do not try on your shoes you may end up with an expensive pair of awesome shoes that do not fit your feet. So go into a store and try them on to confirm they are the shoes for you. As the name implies, the heel to toe drop, or heel drop, is the amount of vertical change between the heel of the shoe and the toe of the shoe.
For the most part, when it comes to running, you’d want a shoe that has a relatively low heel drop. The reasoning behind this is that if the heel drop is high, the heel of the foot would strike the ground too soon, sending shock-waves up into your lower body.
Essentially, a low heel drop means that there is less of a chance that your gait will cause problems with pain and fatigue as you travel the distance.
There are essentially three different categories when it comes to long distance running, and they are pretty much based on where and when you decide to run.
Long distance track running, as the name implies, involves running on an athletic track, usually in a stadium or sports arena setting. Road running is when you decide to run on sidewalks, roads, or other paved areas, such as in a city’s marathon.
The last type of long distance running that is gaining more popularity is the practice of cross-country running. In this type of running, the world is your oyster, since you are able to travel through a wide range of different surfaces from paved roads to rocky trails, streams, and everything in between.
Each type of long-distance running benefits from slightly different shoe characteristics. For example, shoes that are primarily designed to run on tracks often have less overall cushioning, and often rely on the springy nature of the track to provide the shock absorption needed.
They are often lighter than other running shoes and offer the minimum amount of support needed. Long distance running shoes that are designed to handle the urban jungle, however, will often have more padding, especially in the heel and mid-sole areas to help minimize the impact of hitting the hard ground.
When it comes to cross-country running, the name of the game is balance. Since a cross-country long-distance runner will travel over a wide range of running surfaces, the shoes need to have a balance between being lightweight overall, but still providing the strategic cushioning needed to protect the body from unnecessary impact.
Everyone has a different type of foot. Some people have outrageously high arches, while others have feet wide enough to be a small sandwich plate if needed.
Thankfully, no matter what type of foot you have, there is probably a long distance running shoe that will perform beautifully for you. The type of foot you have and its overall shape can play a significant role in the type of running shoe you buy. Someone with high arches will probably need extra cushioning to help absorb the impact that is left over from their high arches.
A person with fallen arches, however, will probably want more overall support and a slightly tighter fit to help distribute the weight of the impact more easily. a: If you have flat feet, choosing a great long distance running shoe can be problematic. While there are a lot of different choices out there to choose from, there are a few key factors to consider when making a decision. First, look for a greater overall stability in the shoe. In this case, a stable shoe is one that helps prevent overpronation or the turning inward of the foot from heel to the toes as you take a step.
Everyone does it; it’s just that people with flat feet tend to do it more. A running shoe with good stability will help to keep your foot from rolling too much by providing either foam or rubber supports in just the right areas. The second area to take a look at is the overall motion control of the shoe you need.
Because people with flat feet tend to roll more than others, their ankles, knees and even the hips can overcompensate to keep balance, and that is never a good thing. Running shoes with good motion control help to keep your gait in proper alignment, so your other joints won’t have to overcompensate. a: As stated earlier, the rule of thumb for all distance running shoes is to replace them at least every 300 to 500 miles of running.
However, these numbers are not arbitrary. They are based on the overall wear and tear on the shoes. One way to think about it is to think of your running shoes like a pair of tires on your car.
If you see signs of uneven wear in the treads, places of weakness, or if you feel slippage as you run, chances are your shoes need to be replaced, just as you would consider replacing your tires in such instances.
It’s also a good idea to replace or at least change out your shoes as your feet grow and change over a period of time. Simply put, if the shoe doesn’t feel like it fits anymore, replacement may be a good option. a: Thankfully, caring for your long distance running shoes is fairly simple. First, try to clean the dirt and debris off your shoes whenever you see that they’ve gotten too dirty. An old toothbrush and a mild soap and water should do the trick.
Once they are clean, make sure to allow them to air dry naturally. Do not use a hair dryer, or place them near a heat source to try and dry them faster. The increased heat can warp the shape of the shoes, making them ill-fitting over time.
a: Did you know that running on the road will wear down your show a lot quicker than trail running? Moreover, the type of runner you are can have a huge impact on your shoe’s life. For example, someone who runs on roads, but is a light and an efficient runner will wear down their shoes slower than someone heaver who hits trails with a hard heel-strike.
a: Surprisingly, a pair of shoes that are the same model and make can fit differently. While running shoe companies put a great deal of time and effort into ensuring the best quality product, minor differences can occur. This is because there are usually numerous factories involved, and they can offer a different level of quality control. In short, it’s best to always try your runners on.
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Whether you love road running, trail running, or minimalist sneakers, we’ve found, tested, and reviewed the best running shoes for women. Finding the right women’s running shoe is a pain. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to narrow them all down. Don’t worry, though – we’ve got you covered. We spent the past several months researching and testing all manner of running shoes.
Testing included intense mountain runs, moderate trail runs, adventurous day hikes, runs along cement and pavement, plenty of treadmill miles, and a few fitness classes. We wore them through rain, snow, mud, and sun on adventures around the world. Mom and athlete Chelsey Magness tests the best women’s running shoes We even tossed in some errands around town, because everyone wears their shoes for more than just running. Below, you’ll find shoes separated into three categories: road running, trail running, and minimalist shoes.
Of course, some could fit in more than one category, and this list doesn’t cover every women’s running shoe out there. But these are some of our favorites, and we’ll keep this list updated with new releases. Best Road Running Shoes for Women Whether pounding the pavement training for a marathon, jogging in the neighborhood, or walking around town, these are the best shoes for road running. And we know plenty of women who use them in the gym, at the office, and tackling errands on the daily.
: $160 Designed with stabilization in mind, the Gel-Keyano 24 is a favorite among both long distance runners and casual joggers. The FlyteFoam provides cushion on long runs and absorbs shock while still providing adequate rebound.
If over-pronation is your problem, give the Asics Gel-Kayano 24 a try. : $130 For those times when you need some extra cushion without the weight, the Hoka One One Clifton 4 is your answer. It’s a very popular shoe amongst the marathon and recreational running crowd because it’s comfortable and able to perform at any distance.
One GearJunkie contributor loves having these in her quiver as a go-to recovery shoe. And while the iconic oversized sole (with 5mm heel-toe drop) may take a while to get used to, the pillowy comfort is worth it for a refreshing change. : $220 Looking for a personal running coach?
Check out the . Connect to the app and start moving, and a footbed sensor will log data on your form, cadence, and performance. Built on the popular Torin shoe design, these provide plenty of cushion and weigh in at just 7.4 ounces even with electronics.
As with all Altras, it has zero drop from heel to toe, so does take a little getting used to and calf strengthening, but several of our editors love the feel of zero drop shoes.
The Torin IQ does seem to run a bit narrower than other Altra models, so if extra toe room is your goal, go with something roomier like the . : $120 These neutral road running shoes provide just the right balance between cushion and sleek design, perfect for those looking for a shoe that will go the distance without added bulkiness.
The mesh upper keeps feet cool, and the woven heel piece locks in the foot to prevent unwanted rubbing. We’re also happy to report they were immediately comfortable and required no break-in period. (Though, of course, this can vary by runner, so take it easy on your first run.) : $140 Improving on its predecessor, the Lunarepic Low Flyknit 2 slips on easily and has a snug, seamless fit.
Constructed more like a heavy sock than a traditional shoe, it forms to the foot nicely. Weighing in at 7.3 ounces (women’s size 8), it’s a relatively light choice. While it leaves a little to be desired in terms of responsiveness, it’s a great all around shoe. If your routine is a mix of fitness classes, shorter runs, gym workouts, and around town errands, this is a shoe that can do it all.
: $130 An all-around workhorse, the Sensation 3 from Chinese brand 361 provides mild stability and is suitable for long runs, sprint work, and leisurely walks. The proprietary midsole construction makes these a solid choice for comfortable all-day wear and means that same comfort level will last throughout the lifetime of the shoe. Weighing in at 8.4 ounces per shoe, they’re neither super light nor heavy.
And one of our favorite features is the minimalist tongue. No more upper foot pressure and bulky tongue-induced rubbing. Best Women’s Trail Running Shoes Sure, you could get away with wearing normal sneakers on the trail, but having a pair of trail-specific running shoes provides increased comfort, grip, and protection from rocks and debris.
: $129 Designed in the heart of the Dolomites, Salewa is no stranger to making gear that is functional, fast, and light. After a few weeks of speed hiking up steep hillsides, running hill intervals, and trail running in New Zealand, our GearJunkie contributor was beyond pleased with the Lite Train shoes. The outsoles present a partnership with tire manufacturer Michelin and boast a special sculpted and grooved design inspired by mountain bike tires.
Surprisingly, the aggressive lugs do not add much weight (coming in at 8 ounces) or rigidity, but instead adapt and grip to all types of terrain like wet logs, steep muddy trails, loose scree fields, and even aggressive side hilling. – $120 Updated with a new seamless upper, these shoes rate high for abrasion-proof comfort and offer plenty of grip with a 4mm lug.
The reinforced toe cap protects from debris without adding bulk and the patented midfoot technology provides top-notch stability. These also come in an which is a great choice for sloppy, winter conditions. These are a favorite all-around trail running and hiking shoe for one of our male editors, and the female version is very similar on a female-fit last.
Overall, it’s an excellent running shoe that gives enough support and traction for lots of fast hiking, too. : $150 The new 285s have an even more durable upper mesh than previous models. And best of all, it’s fine enough to keep out tiny rocks, grit, and sand. Additionally, the soles have a slight increase in heel and midsole cushion, making these even more comfortable for longer and harder trail runs.
For the recreational hiker or runner, these may be too much. However, for the technical mountain runner, ultra runner, or climber looking for a long distance light approach shoe, these could be your new best mates. : $129.99 These provide just enough protection from rocks and sticks without losing the ability to feel the trail beneath your feet.
Great for trail running, we also like them as a lightweight hiking option. The wide toe box gives feet plenty of room, and the high-energy return will keep you feeling spry. At 8 ounces per shoe, these we won’t weigh you down, either. And if your size is available, you can snag a pair right now for half off at . – $120 Borrowing from the elite S-Lab line, the Sense Ride offers excellent functionality without breaking the bank (at least compared to the $180 elite series).
Weighing in at 8.8-ounces and with a 27mm heel stack, these shoes offer plenty of protection without weighing you down. The quick-laces are great for anyone used to fighting with laces coming undone on the trail. And we like that the breathable mesh keeps feet cooler and helps avoid blisters. An all around solid trail running shoe for a multitude of terrains and up to ultra-distances. Salomon does tend to run a little narrow, so try on a few pairs to see how they fit your foot. Pro-Level Trail Shoe, Affordable Price: Salomon Sense Ride Review The Salomon Sense Ride borrows specs from the elite S-Lab line for a familiar shoe that meets most trail running needs but doesn't break the bank.
: $115 This entire shoe is so flexible you can literally wring it out like a wet rag. Combined with the ultra sticky sole, this makes the Inov8 X-Talon 212 an amazing choice for off-trail running and unpredictable terrain. They are also great for big climb runs, as they work well for scrambling up rocks and are light enough to easily clip on to a harness.
We don’t suggest using these as your everyday trainers; the rubber wears down over time. However, for special occasions like race days and hard training days when the terrain is ultra loose, wet, and/or muddy, these are your best weapon. : $110 If squished toes are your problem, Altra is your answer. Designed to “look like a foot,” the expanded toe box is a favorite among wide-footed runners. Very similar to the Superior 3.0, the 3.5 brings the addition of a more durable upper and varied color options.
GearJunkie’s barefoot-running fan and tester Mallory Paige likes the zero drop, but it may take some getting used to for those accustomed to more padded shoes. It’s perfect for a lightweight day trek, minimalist thru-hike, or off-road trail run. We’ve used these on ultramaratons up to 100 kilometers, where they were a little thinner than some may want with a light 21mm of cushion under foot.
Consider adding some more cushion with the (25mm) or (36mm) if you have sensitive feet for long distances. : $120 Looking for increased traction without the bulk? The PureGrit 6 has it.
Plus, the mesh-like upper provides plenty of ventilation, and the expanded toe rubber protects from rocks. We’ve worn these dashing about on trail runs, hiking along the AT, and even to the gym on a few occasions.
Through it all, they’ve provided plenty of comfort, durability, and, of course, traction. $140 This is a specialized shoe for mud and slop, so it’s not a good choice for everyday running. But for mud racing or sloppy steep trails, this is our top choice on the market. The King MT has gnarly 6mm Vibram lugs to grab soft earth. A velcro strap over the instep keeps the shoes stable even when wet.
Think of them as mud terrain tires for your feet. We’ve used them and love them on the super soft muck of spring. Just don’t plan to bang out pavement miles as these things are dedicated off-road traction! 10 Essentials: Gear For Trail Running From energy gel to body lube... these 10 essential items will get you through most any trail-running session. Best Minimalist Running Shoes Barefoot and minimalist fans know that sometimes less really is more.
Though many runners want more support and coverage, there are still plenty of barefoot enthusiasts crushing marathons, ultras, and daily workouts (and let’s not forget about ). Here, you’ll find four of our favorite minimalist running shoes. Be forewarned though: Minimal shoes can cause injury if you switch to them too quickly. Be sure to train up to minimal shoes slowly with short distances and gradual build-up of milage to avoid injury.
: $80 As the name implies, these shoes truly do fit like a glove. The breathable mesh keeps you cool in the summer and allows you to comfortably go without socks. We found them comfortable straight out of the box and have happily worn them hiking, biking, running, camping, and traveling.
A winner for anyone looking for an all-around multipurpose minimalist sneaker. A Heartfelt Goodbye To My Favorite Old Shoes This is for the shoes we wear to hike, bike, run, walk across town, and trek over mountains.
: $130 Handmade in Oregon, these certainly don’t look like your average running shoe. But they are extremely comfortable and an excellent choice for minimalist-lovers, barefoot aficionados, and travelers (they pack up impressively small and weigh 6 ounces). Once we got over the unusual look of these shoes, we were immediately impressed with how comfortable the RumAmoc was straight out of the box.
The high-quality leather molds to the foot, and the spacious design allows toes plenty of room. Choose between a 2-mm street sole or 5-mm trail sole and feel good knowing you’re buying a product handmade in the USA. : $130 Redesigned with perforated uppers for increased breathability, these minimal running shoes will certainly get some weird looks.
I’ve gotten used to being stared at while jogging, but don’t be surprised if someone stops you to talk about the toe-defining footwear. The adjustable pull-tab allows for a more customized fit, and the rubber outsole provides just enough protection from the ground. Do note that it can take time to transition from regular running shoes to barefoot runners.
Start slowly and ramp up your mileage while varying between grass and pavement whenever possible. : $115 One tester in the GearJunkie crew has been wearing these for the past three summer seasons as her main footwear. That includes short trail runs, light hikes, and as a climbing approach shoe. The straps stay on and don’t rub, even after 10 miles! And the soles are ultra grippy, so you don’t have to slow down much when crossing rivers or running over wet logs. But it’s worth noting these sandals fit a little differently than shoes.
In shoes, you want room for you toes; in Lunas, you actually want your toes to go over the edge a tiny bit. This helps with grip and traction. Also, if you are new to this type of footwear, give your feet time to get used to them.
Don’t go out on a big run right away – take it slow and work up to trail running bit by bit. How to Choose a Running Shoe The truth is, most shoes feel comfortable when you’re standing in the store. The trick is finding a pair that give that same level of comfort after wearing them for weeks and logging a lot of miles.
To help you find the right pair of running shoes, we’ve organized a few things to consider when shopping. • Consider your running style and goals. Will you be running on pavement, using a treadmill at the gym, or hitting the trails?
Do you plan to run a certain amount of miles every week or have a more casual schedule? These questions will help determine what category of shoes to purchase and the budget worth spending. • How do you run? Check the wear pattern on your old shoes. • Pronation shows a wear pattern centralized on the ball of the foot and a bit of the heel. • Overpronation shows wear along the the inside edge of your shoe (meaning your feet are rolling in when striking). This common issue can lead to knee and joint pain.
A stabilizing shoe may help. • Supination is identified by wear along the outer edge of your shoes (feet are rolling out). This is less common, but increased cushioning can help. • One trick pony or work horse? Training specifically for a marathon? Choose a shoe that can pound the pavement day after day. Love to dabble? Look for a shoe that’s equally comfortable in the gym, on the trail, or working at home. There’s no right or wrong, but it pays to think about what you need out of a running shoe before buying a pair.
Running Shoe Buyer’s Guide Ordering online is great, but if you don’t know your exact size or are new to buying running shoes, it helps to try them on. Here are a few tips for shopping for running shoes. • Shop at the end of the day. Your feet naturally swell as the day progresses. Trying on shoes at this time helps avoid buying shoes that feel just right in the store but later squeeze and feel too tight.
• Consider aftermarket insoles and orthotics. Designed to enhance comfort, stability, and fit, aftermarket insoles are popular among runners (we particularly like ). • Bring the right accessories. Do you have certain socks you wear running? What about that insole? Try these on with your shoes to ensure a proper fit. • Don’t just sit there. If you can, take them for a test run. If you’re stuck inside a store, do a couple sprints, jump, and change direction.
Sure it might look silly, but knowing how the shoes feel when you move will lead to a better fitting running shoe at the end of the day.
How Long Do Running Shoes Last? The life of a shoe depends on a variety of factors, including running style, weight, and how often they’re used. In general though, 300 to 500 miles is a good rule of thumb. So if you run 10 miles a week, your shoes could last 8 months to a year. If you’re logging 20 miles a week, plan on replacing your running shoes every 4 to 6 months. And if you see excessive wear patterns, holes, tears, or notice a decrease in footbed comfort, it’s probably time to grab a new pair of sneakers.
–Have a favorite running shoe we didn’t include? Let us know and we’ll check it out for future updates. And now that your feet are set, make sure you have the right sports bra:
The team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: • Running doesn't require a lot of equipment, but a good pair of running shoes is a must-have to prevent injury.
The is the ultimate workhorse of women's running shoes with a lightweight yet cushioned feel, a breathable upper, and the durability to grind out a lot of miles.
Whether you're just beginning your running journey, or you're an experienced runner looking for a new shoe to try out, finding a quality pair of running shoes is the first step to guaranteeing that your future running endeavors will be enjoyable. It wasn't so long ago that not much thought was given to the difference between male and female runners and their separate needs as athletes. The go-to phrase was, "shrink 'em and pink 'em." Luckily, athletic companies have moved away from this simplistic — not to mention sexist — standard and have taken into consideration that women's bodies are different than men's, so they need running shoes made specifically for them.
With so many women representing the running population, this is a smart move. In 2016, in the United States and 43% of all marathons. Women's vs. men's running shoes So what makes a woman's model of a running shoe different than a man's? First off, women tend to have smaller heels in relation to the forefoot, so the shape of the shoe will be slightly different. A lower body mass results in slightly less foam in the midsole of the shoe and deeper grooves make it easier to flex the midsole when toeing off.
Men and women also have different Q-angles, or the angle of incidence between the quad muscle and the kneecap, as women generally have wider hips than men. This can cause pronation to occur, which requires different types of cushioning.
Overpronation vs. underpronation If you overpronate, your foot tends to roll inward too far as you run, and your body isn't absorbing shock as efficiently. For overpronation, you'll want a more supportive motion-control shoe to help correct your foot motion. If you underpronate, your foot isn't rolling in far enough, making the outside of it take the brunt of the impact after the initial heel strike.
If this is the case, you'll want a more neutral-cushioned shoe that will encourage a more natural foot motion. This is one of the most important things to consider when buying running shoes, as overpronation or underpronation can cause serious injury over time if it's not addressed. Different shoes for different types of running You'll also want to consider the type of running you'll be doing.
Are you planning on doing a lot of road racing? A lightweight shoe will likely be best. Do you tend to do your long runs on trails? Then you may want a shoe designed specifically for trail running.
If you're looking for a simple training shoe for casual running, then durability may not be a big concern. However, if you're the type of runner who lives in their running shoes, finding a high mileage shoe will give you the best quality for your money. It may sound overwhelming, but luckily we've done the research for you and chosen what we think are the best women's running shoes based on a variety of running needs.
Here are our top picks for the best women's running shoes: • Best overall: • Best for support: • Best for trail running: • Best lightweight shoes: • Best for high mileage: Updated on 5/25/2018 by Kylie Joyner: Added the Brooks Ghost 10 and the New Balance 860v8 to replace older models.
Also updated prices. Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks. Why you'll love them: The are durable enough for long runs, light enough for speed work, and the newly designed seamless mesh upper fits comfortably. One of my grandfather's favorite phrases was, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." This sentiment is exactly why the Brooks Ghost line of running shoes remains a favorite among runners.
The keeps all the great features found in the Ghost 9, allowing this running shoe to continue to do what it does so well: tackle everything from long distances to short and snappy speed work. It provides both comfort and durability so you and the shoes can handle it all. If you're looking for a cushioned neutral running shoe, the Brooks Ghost 10 should be considered for your new go-to.
While it keeps what works in the Ghost 9, the does make a few small improvements that make for an even more comfortable and secure fit. The newly designed upper features a seamless engineered mesh for added breathability, and thanks to the flexible material, the toe box feels roomier without being too loose.
The extra cushioning in the heel makes these ideal running shoes for those who have suffered from Plantar Fasciitis, the inflammation of the tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. The Brooks Ghost is considered a cushioned-neutral shoe, so it won't provide the stability needed for overpronation. However, if you're a neutral runner, or if you're a heel striker looking for more comfort on longer runs, the is a great place to start.
The grooves in the outsole enhance the heel to toe transition, allowing for smooth ground contact, and the outsole itself has a thick layer of rubber to absorb impact. The midsole design of the has slightly softer cushioning for an even more responsive feel. The 12mm heel to toe drop remains the same as it was in the Ghost 9, but creates the smooth feeling ride the Ghost is known for. It comes as no surprise that the 10 received the 6th Editor's Choice award from .
According to the publication, "it was the number one pick among our wear-testers." The weighs in at 8.8oz, slightly lighter than the Ghost 9. While it's heavier than many of the lightweight running shoes available, its design allows it to keep a fast and responsive feel usually found in lightweight models. According to the reviewer from , the Ghost 10 is responsive, but "cushioned to the point where double-digit runs are no problem." The versatility of this shoe is what makes it a true winner.
I can personally speak to the comfort and smooth ride the Ghost 10 provides. After running in New Balance for years, I recently made the switch to the . I've been extremely happy with the fit, cushioning, and durability of these shoes. They're so comfortable that I often find myself wearing them to run errands, and they've served me well as I've ramped up my mileage over the last few months.
The increased comfort, as well as a consistent price, make it worth upgrading to the . It's worth noting that the price for every new Brooks Ghost model has remained the same for the past 4 years, coming in at $120. Pros: Well-cushioned while still having a light feel, smooth heel to toe transition, new seamless upper design for added breathability and comfort, versatile design is ideal for both speed work and long distances Cons: On the heavier side, won't provide enough support for overpronation Why you'll love them: The are stability shoes that provide a smooth, comfortable ride from heel to toe for those who overpronate.
As tried and true stability shoes, the is entering its 8th year with the . Much of the shoe's design keeps what works well in the 860v7, like the roomy toe box and the dual density TruFuse midsole for a soft yet supportive feel. The 10mm heel drop also remains the same, so you'll get a smooth, more natural feeling ride. However, there are some welcome updates, like the newly designed mesh upper. The upgraded material is breathable and provides even more flexibility for added comfort in the toe box.
A dual density stability post has also been added for additional support. While these shoes are on the heavier side, unlike many stability shoes, the finds the balance between providing the right amount of support without completely weighing you down.
A plastic shank under the arch provides a snappy and responsive feel often found in lighter running shoes. The excels at providing a steady and well-supported run, and it's designed to last.
The comfort alone makes this shoe a winner in the support department — especially if you have wider feet. The broad toe box will allow your toes to splay naturally as you run and will prevent any uncomfortable toe rubbing which can eventually cause blisters.
The durability of this shoe makes it ideal for high-mileage, so if you're looking for a pair that can withstand daily training, the is well worth considering. It doesn't sacrifice style for comfort either.
While many running shoes are limiting when it comes to color choices, that isn't the case for the 860v8. This new version comes in 7 different color schemes, so you can choose your favorite.
Narrow, standard, wide and extra wide options are available. Most reviewers have had a great experience with the , calling it a successful update to the 860v7. Even those who don't run regularly, or just want added support throughout the day at work or while running errands find themselves turning to this stability shoe.
Carol S., a reviewer on New Balance's site says, "As a nurse, I'm on my feet most of the day. I've worn New Balance for years. This shoe gives me the support I need and the color and style are very nice!" Terry, another reviewer on New Balance's site loves the "incredible support." She had the previous version of this shoe but says, "the new version is even better!" Pros: Great support for overpronation, cushioning provides a comfortable ride, newly designed mesh upper provides more breathability, added posting for additional stability, 10mm drop provides a more natural heel to toe motion Cons: On the heavier side, not ideal for neutral runners who don't need additional support, some runners find the midsole too firm Why you'll love them: The shoes are designed to handle rough terrain on the trails with maximum cushioning, but the lightweight feel lets you transition from the trail to the road anytime you want.
While some trail shoes tend to be on the heavy side, the (pronounced o-nay o-nay) shoes manage to provide maximum cushioning while still being lightweight. The women's shoe weighs in at a surprising 7.9 ounces.
All you have to do is look at the shoes to see that they fall into the maximal cushioning running shoe category. While they may not be the prettiest running shoes on the market, all of that cushioning offers less stress and impact to the body. This combined with a rugged outsole make the the perfect shoe for tackling long trail runs. If you begin or end your runs on the road, the traction and grip performance of this shoe works just as well on muddy trails as it does on the pavement, and its lightweight feel will provide you with a seamless transition.
gave the high marks, stating that it can be worn for "a fast-paced half marathon on the roads, and then handle 50 miles on burly terrain the next day." Its rugged durability makes this shoe a favorite for casual trail runners as well as the racing shoe of choice for ultra-marathoners. tested the for their first 50k marathon. The trails that made up the race offered everything from mud, creek crossing, loose soil, and gravel — and the Challenger conquered it all with ease.
It should be noted that despite all the cushioning, the is considered a neutral running shoe, so it won't offer much in terms of support for overpronators.
The toe box has a narrower design as well. While some runners found this helpful to prevent the foot from slipping and sliding during steep uphills and downhills, others with wider feet would have liked more room.
To remedy this, sized up to find their perfect fit. Overall, most liked the cushioned, yet lightweight feel of the as well as their substantial tread. If you're looking for a comfortable trail shoe that won't weigh you down, this is a great shoe to try out whether you want a more cushioned ride for casual trail runs, or you're a modern-day Wonder Woman tackling your next ultra-marathon.
Pros: Fantastic cushioning to weight ratio, rugged outsole with 4mm lugs provides good traction on both trails and roads Cons: Snug fit especially in the toe box — a size up may be needed for a perfect fit, not suited for overpronators Why you'll love them: The lightweight build of the shoes make them ideal as both a trainer and a racer.
The Asics brand has a long, rich history when it comes to running shoes. The company started in 1949 as Onitsuka Co. Ltd. In Kobe, Japan. In 1977 it became known as the , an acronym for "Anima Sana In Corpore Sano," which means, "a sound mind in a sound body." Asics is a favorite brand among runners and consistently shows up on "best running shoes" lists. The is no exception. This shoe has an extremely light design while still providing a good amount of support. One of the most noticeable updates with the is the use of Asics' new FlyteFoam technology.
This light and flexible foam makes it possible for these shoes to weigh in at 6.7 ounces. praises the update that absorbs shock and acts as a springboard allowing for a fast lift off. There is a 10mm heel-to-toe drop, but the flexibility of this shoe gives it a natural feel that makes the drop seem even lower. The is a reliable workhorse of a trainer that can transform into a lightning fast hummingbird when it's time to lace up for a race.
It also provides an adequate amount of stability for those who overpronate. The idea that stability shoes need to be heavy will be left in the dust once you put these on.
More prominent lugs on the forefoot of the shoe provide traction along with stability, making tight turns and direction changes a breeze. While the design of the shoe itself is aesthetically pleasing, the one downside is that this model comes in a very limited color selection. Though there isn't a rainbow of flashy colors to choose from, they do sport reflective details in the heel for added visibility.
Some runners also report having to size up to find their perfect fit. This gave the Trainer 22 a full 5 stars because of the shoes' lightweight feel and the stability they provided with no insoles needed. Pros: Extremely Lightweight thanks to FlyteFoam technology, fast and responsive, provides stability for overpronators, excellent grip Cons: Limited color choices, lack of optional widths creating a need to size up in some cases Why you'll love them: The durable midsole and outsole of the shoes ensure that they will last through the miles without losing the cushioning or comfort of a "cloud runner." Most runners can agree that their running shoes often do double duty as grocery shopping shoes, take the dog for a walk shoes, dash to the dry cleaner before it closes shoes … you get the idea.
A true sign of comfortable running shoes are the ones that seem to find their way onto your feet even when you're not running. The is that type of running shoe, and luckily it's made with durability in mind to handle all the daily steps you take in addition to your running regimen. According to , the Nimbus line from Asics was the original "cloud runner" with extra cushioning from heel to toe.
For the , Asics uses soft rubber in the forefoot and harder rubber in areas that experience high wear to maximize both the comfort and durability. The gel cushioning mentioned in the name rests just above the outsole of the shoe, serving the purpose of reducing shock for both landing and takeoff. The Fluidride midsole provides cushioning and stability. The added stability is good for those who overpronate, and all the additional cushioning the shoe provides is beneficial for runners who suffer from reoccurring knee and hip issues.
Having this level of comfort and support makes the an ideal shoe for high-mileage runs. More miles lead to additional impact on the body and a higher chance of injury if you're not running in a quality, well-fitting shoe. According to , some runners did feel the toe box was too narrow and that the fit was tighter than they were used to in a running shoe.
However, most women, including this , say that the is one of the most comfortable pair of shoes they've ever owned. While the is the newest version in the Asics Nimbus line, the received consistently positive reviews in comparison, making it the reigning champion for this pick.
Pros: Comfortable fit with a pillow-like feel, stability for overpronators and those prone to hip and knee issues, durable construction, built to reduce impact Cons: Cushioning places it on the heavier side, some found the toe box to be too narrow With the right clothes, you'll actually want to get to the gym and show off your style before meeting friends for a much-deserved drink afterward. makes our favorite workout gear for women that's as functional as it is fashion-forward. You might also like workout clothes by , , , , , and _______________________________________________________________ Finding a sports bra that looks good, fits well, and gives you enough support for your workout is really hard.We'vee the heavy lifting to find the best sports bras for every size and budget.
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The is our top pick, because it's affordable, comfortable, water-resistant, and fits a variety of phones. You should also consider the , the , the , and the . _______________________________________________________________ There are a vast number of running belts on the market, from money belts that are just glorified fanny packs, to high-tech hydration belts.
The hits a sweet spot in the middle, with an expandable pocket that allows you to carry personal items on your run with a bounce free, comfortable fit. You should also consider the , the , the , and the . _______________________________________________________________ There is no shortage of wireless headphones to choose from, but the lead the pack with their long-lasting battery, high-quality sound, and durable design.
They're light enough that they won't bounce around annoyingly on your run, and they provide a secure fit so you can get lost in the music while ticking off the miles.
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Of all the socks we've researched and tested, the are our top pick because they are durable, comfortable, and wick moisture away to keep your feet dry and prevent blisters.
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Luckily, the deliver on every level. These Jack-of-all-trades shoes are light enough for speedwork, cushioned for long runs, and have a smooth ride that doesn't fade even as you pile on the miles. You should also consider the , the , the , and the .
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