Asics GEL Nimbus 19 – To go with their trusty Gel cushioning, Asics added new FlyteFoam™ (a springy, kevlar infused compound) to the midsole, enhancing the cush with a more responsive feel on the ground.
Brooks Launch 4 – The new Launch has an updated upper and some added flexibility on the outsole, which freshen up one of our most versatile lightweight trainers.
Hoka ONE ONE Bondi 5 – Hoka's number one selling shoe gets a makeover with engineered mesh upper, roomier fit, and more stable footprint.
New Balance 1080v7 – New Balance tweaked this light but forgiving trainer with their data-based research and a precision scalpel to improve the forefoot feel AND give it a sleeker look.
Asics GT-2000 5 (December) – The new midfoot wrap hugs the medial side of the foot to support overpronators. The GT-2000 is always a reliable shoe, offering just-right stability with enough cushioning for high mileage.
Brooks Ravenna 8 – Built on the same chassis as the Launch, the Ravenna offers a mild stability post and an energizing ride, making it a great trainer for runners who need support and speed.
Mizuno Wave Catalyst 2 – Utilizing the exclusive Mizuno Wave Plate technology, the Wave Catalyst 2 improves the fit but maintains the firm and solid ride of the original.
Brooks Caldera (December) – The Caldera is Brooks' brand new 4mm drop trail shoe. It has trail-specific touches like a gusseted tongue and a gaiter lock on the heel, not to mention excellent grip and cushioning.
Saucony Peregrine 7 – One of our favorites for the aggressive tread – perfect for soggy runs on the greenway – the Peregrine 7 has a more secure fit than the previous model, helping you stay heads-up when you're off-road.
*Colors and availability may vary by size.