The Nike Men’s Revolution 4 shoe is an entry level running shoe with entry level components that come together in a modern looking package for price conscious athletes who want the Nike logo. Although it’s not the smoothest running experience, it gets the job done and looks the part. Read full review »
The Winflo 5 is a Nicely cushioned neutral trainer which is surprisingly lightweight. The Winflo 5 offers a few Nike’s running shoe technologies at an attractive price, making a smart choice for those wanting a reliable daily trainer that won’t break the bank. Read full review »
Great price to value.
Nicely cushioned with a sturdy grip that is suited for not only the road but mild to slightly moderate trails.
Nicely padded heel gives the shoe a decent transition making it suitable to longer runs.
Lacks the support of higher priced models.
Lockdown of the foot is lacking slightly making it not the best choice to faster paced running.
The Asics Gel Contend 4 is a low-mileage running shoe intended for beginners who may use this shoe for running and other activities.
The Gel Contend 4 truly would only be comfortable for short distances as advertised but can be valuable to some as the shoe is very well made and durable considering the lower price point. Read full review »
The Ahary Runner from Reebok offers the structure and cushion of a very basic running shoe: not a lot but enough to get you started for low cost.
The medium fit accommodates various foot shapes with the cap around the heel adequately countering excess heel movement, yet it lacks the padding needed for optimal fit in extensive training. Read full review »
Sparse padding around ankle, edge cut into one ankle when wearing low socks
Buying last year’s premium shoes is also an option
Each year, brands introduce new versions of a shoe and retailers have one or two months to get rid of the remaining inventory.
This means that you’ll be able to get last year version of a premium shoe for up to half the regular retail price. This means a $120 running shoe can easily be purchased for $60-70, if you have patience and look around.
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