Top 6 Road Running Shoes Available Now

Global Running Day may only last for 24 hours, but that doesn’t mean the running has to stop on June 1 when the clock strikes midnight. Today’s top running brands have a number of shoes available now for both men and women that could keep you on the road or the treadmill throughout the year. Here are six pairs you could purchase now.

Adidas Ultra Boost

This shoe turned the heads of fashionistas upon its release as well as runners. The shoe features Adidas’ acclaimed Boost cushioning, which gives the shoe a smooth ride, leaving your feet pain-free after a long run. The shoe retails for $180.

Adidas Ultra Boost
Adidas Ultra Boost.
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Saucony Zealot ISO 2

The brand’s Everun cushioning platform is a favorite among runners, and its Zealot ISO 2 is one of the standout shoes that uses it. The Zealot ISO 2 also features its Isofit technology that allows the upper to adapt to the runner’s foot. It retails for $130.

Saucony Zealot ISO 2
Saucony Zealot ISO 2.
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Brooks Launch 3

The shoe sits in the brand’s “Energize” category, which features shoes that have a responsive and springy feel. The Launch 3 also features the brand’s BioMoGo DNA midsole cushioning, and it retails for $100.

Brooks Launch 3
Brooks Launch 3.
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New Balance Vazee Breathe

The latest shoe in the brand’s Vazee line features an upper that is breathable in the hottest of climates, and boasts heat reflective technology to keep your feet cool. The Vazee Breathe has a retail price of $95.

New Balance Vazee Breathe
New Balance Vazee Breathe.
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Asics Gel-Cumulus 18

This franchise has been around for 18 years and keeps on improving. The Gel-Cumulus 18 boasts Convergence Gel Technology for more comfort and a better ride, with Gel Cushioning Technology near the back of the shoe. The shoe has a $120 retail price.

Asics Gel-Cumulus 18
Asics Gel-Cumulus 18.
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Hoka One One Tracer

Although this shoe has a lower profile than others from the brand, it still packs all the cushioning of others from Hoka One One. The shoe features a no-sew upper and the brand’s PRO2LITE midsole. It retails for $130.

Hoka One One Tracer
Hoka One One Tracer.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Hoka One One

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