Fall running shoes bring inspiration for new adventures
Whether you run for exercise or are preparing for a race, it’s a great opportunity to get new road and trail shoes. It seems the options are endless, so we narrowed down the list of this season’s must-haves to get you started.Head out to your local shop to get all the details.
ASICS GEL-Kayano 23
Asics Kayano is known for its stability and the latest version continues the trend. The 23rd edition of the Kayano features a new technology that make this shoe 55 percent lighter compared to other models in the market. If you are a runner with mild to moderate overpronation, give this shoe a test run.
The distinctive foot-shaped toe box on Altra running shoes truly sets them apart from traditional running shoes. The Altra line was designed to allow the toes to relax and spread out naturally, while the big toe remains in a straight position. The Torin 2.5 features a fully cushioned zero dropplatform that places the heel and forefoot at the same distance from the ground. If zero drop is a new concept for you, I suggest heading to your local running store and learning more about the pros and cons of zero drop for your specific foot type.
Check it out at https://www.altrarunning.com/women/torin-25
Brooks Cascadia 11 GTX
Whether you are a runner or hiker, the high-tech, trail specific Cascadia 11 GTX is a great option for cooler, wet weather. The Cascadia 11 GTX is the first Brooks shoe to feature GORE-TEXtechnology. GTX is waterproof, breathable fabric for all-weather use. Your feet will stay warm and dry. To protect the underfoot, the Cascadia 11 GTX features a ballistic rock shield and a rugged outsole that provides great traction on wet, muddy surfaces.
Looking for some upcoming Races and Trails to tackle? Read about them here!