The Under Armour Micro G pursuit is a good, well priced, comfortable running shoe that you could happily wear all day. For longer distance runs over uneven terrain, a more stable running shoe would provide better support. 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 »
The Adidas Duramo 9 is a neutral running shoe that offers some great cushioning but misses the mark on becoming anything more than a midgrade running shoe. Read full review »
Light weight at 10 ounces and comfortable
Ample cushioning from heel to forefoot.
Heel and mid-sole cushioning rebounds nicely to provide ample cushion on back to back running days
Cost effective for the runner who wants shoes but doesn’t want to drop a lot of cash.
The eyelets are made out of sharp plastic that scraped and cut my fingers when tightening the laces.
The eyelets did not keep the shoe laced tight.
The collar on the shoe was larger than normal which caused discomfort on runs.
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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