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Best running shoes to buy!

#1 Reebok FloatRide Run

Type: Road Shoe Price: $150 Summary: These running shoes have been made with a bouncy and lightweight midsole and feature reeboks high energy return "float" foam material... These shoes are also highly responsive which will help you to run faster for longer. 

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  1. I recently bought a pair of these shoes and unless you have super narrow feet they will feel really tight. This is really unfortunate because I really like the super soft foam insole in them which seemed to support my feet just right 🙁 Going to take them back and see if they have any bigger sizes.

  2. These are just the best! Before I had a pair of Newbalance shoes which were okay but compared to these they suck. These shoes are just in another league they feel so great and I feel as though I am running faster and more efficiently. At $150 they are a bit on the expensive side but are definitely worth the money.

  3. These are some very cool shoes and make you look like you’ve just stepped out of some sci-fi movie. Not only are they extraordinarily comfortable to wear but and with the right insoles, they will protect your feet against just about all shock so you won’t have to worry about your feet aching after a run. They do cost a quite a bit at $150 but well worth the money.

#2 Under Armour Charged Bandit 3

Type: Road Shoe Price: $100 These Bandit running shoes now utilizes Under Armour’s SpeedFit construction method that, which helps to cradle your heel giving your feet a soft, secure fit. They also feature a breathable circular knit helping to better circulate air and keep your feet feeling fresh. At only $100 these running shoes are a bargain!

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  1. I needed some good shock absorbing trainers so I bought a pair, and I am really glad I did because the shock absorption doesn’t disappoint and has really helped stop the balls of my feet from hurting when I run.
    The only downside I can think of with these shoes is that if you get them wet or muddy then it is a nightmare as the material just soaks it up straight away and they are very hard to wash… so just don’t run in them when it is raining! Also now that I think of it they don’t really stabilize my ankle very well either :/ but for the price, I cannot complain because I have had shoes twice the price of these and nowhere near as good!

#3 Saucony Peregrine 7

Type: Trail Shoe Price: $120 The Peregrine 7 is extremely versatile, incorporating lots of different technologies to help improve your running and make things more comfortable. Featuring a thin, full-length foam layer directly below the sock liner for better shock absorption and comfort. The upper is made from a lightweight durable thermoplastic polyurethane for better support.

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  1. Not for me! I bought a pair of these shoes and I really didn’t like them. They felt way too bulky and heavy for me. also, they don’t really have a lot of arch support and seem to position my feet to flat. That being said these shoes are good if have wider feet and are wanting lots and I mean LOTS of room.

#4 New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3

Type: Road Shoe Price: $100 These Newbalance running shoes are stylish and have good shock absorption. They are also super lightweight so they won't weigh your feet down making them great for long runs.

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  1. Worst running shoes ever! AVOID!!!
    I really don’t know why Newbalance is so highly rated by everyone.. yes they look good but they are awful in all other respects. I have a pair of these Newbalance shoes and after the first week of running in them, they started to full apart. This is because they have been made using the cheapest materials possible. The shoes don’t support my feet at all and you can feet every shock and jolt if you run on pavement wearing them.. they are practically useless for running and could get your feet injured if you’re not careful. The lesson learnt is to never buy a pair of shoes just based on what they look like. Don’t waste your time and money buying these as they are appalling and I will never buy the Newbalance brand ever again!

#5 Reebok OSR Harmony Road

Type: Road Shoe Price: $120 The Harmony Road is the perfect running shoe for daily training with great wearability, good shock absorption plus high-rebound cushioning tubes placed under the heel for a softer landing and smooth transition from heel to toe.

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  1. I really like these. I wear them for football, they are really comfortable and the shock absorption is really good. I also like the fact that they have designed them to be luminescent so you can see your feet better when playing football at night.

#6 Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3

Type: Trail Shoe
Price: $130
Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 roomy toebox, good shock absorption with
wider lugs in the middle of the forefoot to help better shed mud.

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  1. I have a pair of these and I really like them. They are extremely comfortable to wear giving your feet plenty of room and I love the support they give me. Also, these shoes do last a long time… I go running every day and I have had mine for a couple of months and only now thinking about buying some new ones! The one bad thing about them is how bulky the soles are.. this is good at absorbing lots of shocks but can weight down your feet if you are on a long run.

#7 Brooks Ravenna 8

Type: Road Shoe
Price: $120
These are ideal for long runs on pavement. There X-shaped rubber midfoot
helps to smooth the gap between the heel and forefoot giving you a
springier toe-off.

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#8 Adidas Supernova

Type: Road Shoe
Price: $130
Featuring super soft heel and forefoot cushioning, giving you more boost
in the heel for a bouncier step. With a rail of firmer EVA foam helps
runners stay centered around the midsole.

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#9 Saucony Ride 10

Type: Road Shoe
Price: $120
These running shoes give your feet plenty of cushioning without
sacrificing responsiveness. Featuring an upper that is  Flexible,
lightweight, and versatile that has been specially designed to expand a
little to accommodate wider or swollen feet—both of which are common at
the end of a long road run.

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  1. Good all round running shoes! My brother bought me a pair of these for my birthday.. he bought them solely based upon what they looked like and didn’t even research if they were good for running or not..luckily I wasn’t disappointed with them. They are super grippy on just about any surface you can think of, really lightweight, with good shock absorption and hold my feet nicely in place. 🙂 Sometimes you should judge a book by its cover!

#10 Vasque Constant Velocity

Type: Trail Shoe Price: $120 The Velocity sole has clover-shaped lugs for better grip and fewer slips. A tough rock plate has been placed in the forefoot to help shield your foot when running along the rough ground, while the soft heel protects your feet when running downhill.

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#11 Altra Escalante

Type: Road Shoe
Price: $130
Featuring a flat-knit upper and an all-new bouncy midsole compound to
help to give your feet a comfortable fit and a responsive, go-fast
sensation whilst running.

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  1. I really l like the design on these shoes plus they are really lightweight… I just hate it when running shoes are really bulky. These shoes also perform well when running on hard surfaces stopping just about all shocks and jolts. These + some good orthotic insoles and you cannot go wrong!

#12 Asics GT-2000 5

Type: Road Shoe Price: $120 Gives your feet better all-around support, shock absorption and comfort making them ideal for long runs. With a seamless upper that provides your feet with better breathability to help keep your feet feeling fresher for longer.

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#13 Brooks Ghost 10

Type: Road Shoe Price: $120 The Ghost 10 running shoes are ideal for new runners who want a shoe with extra cushioning and bounce and will last a long time. The breath-ability on these shoes is excellent meaning your feet won't smell(as much) after a long run.

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  1. I love the quality of these shoes and the attention to detail with the stitching is really good. If you buy these you are buying quality plain and simple. The heel is really stable and stops my foot from jerking from side to side when I run stopping me from spraining my ankle.. super grippy soles so I don’t slip and also the shock absorption means I cannot feel any shock even if I’m running on rock hard ground.

#14 Hoka One One Clifton 4

Type: Road Shoe
Price: $130
Featuring firm foam soles providing your feet with rigid and stable arch
support and protection against shock. These shoes also have a new
rubber pattern underfoot which will help them last longer.

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#15 Hoka One One Speedgoat 2

Type: Trail shoesPrice: $140 With a Vibram Megagrip outersole with many curved lugs these shoes will help to prevent shock from damaging your feet no matter what surface you run on, the Speedgoat 2 also has excellent grip to stop you from slipping when it is raining. The roomy toe box is also ideal for people with wider or swollen feet.

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#16 Saucony Koa TR

Type:Trail shoe
Price: $110
The outersole of the Koa TR is made up of closely spaced 3.5
mm lugs that are designed to roll almost as smoothly as a road shoe on flat surfaces. The lugs also have a bit of bite to them to help give you better grip and stability. These shoes also feature a full-length foam sole layer for better cushioning and shock absorption.

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#17 New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi v2

Type: Trail Price: $100 Low-cost running shoes that feature a high-performance midsole and outsole for better responsiveness, protection, and support. Big diamond-shaped lugs will position your feet upright no matter what surface your run on. The lugs are also spaced out just the right amount to give enough grip on the soft ground whilst allowing your foot to roll smoothly on hard trails and on dirt roads.

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  1. Newbalance has gone downhill!
    There is a reason why these shoes are so cheap… it because they are rubbish. I bought a pair of these exact same ones a couple weeks ago and they were beyond bad. The sole was really lousy and did not absorb any shock.. it felt as though I was running barefoot… whats more my heel kept on moving around because there was no stability in the upper. Also by the picture these shoes look as though the toe box is big but in actual fact is very narrow and bunches up your toes which is not good for them.
    Trust me Newbalance shoes have gone downhill recently they are nowhere near as good in quality as they once where a few years ago.

  2. Very poor! I ordered a pair a couple days ago and just got them today but I am really disappointed in them. I thought that they would be good seeing as they are from Newbalance but I am really disappointed in them. They have been made really shoddily and are already falling apart at the seams. They are really tight on my feet even though I actually bought them one size up from my usual size. Finally, the soles are super thin so I am not holding my breath that these will absorb any shock. I think I am going to take them back to sportsdirect immediately!

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