RUNNING SHOES LIST

 

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Vendor Neutral Stability Motion Control Light Weight Trail
Adidas

Adizero

Boston

Glide 4

Sequence 4

SuperNova

Adistar

Rush

Response

Kanadia

Thrasher

Asics Nimbus(*) 
Cumulus(*)  
Landreth    
Kinsei

Kayano(*)

GT2000 series(*)

Gel 300 series

Evolution(*)

Fortitude

Foundation

DS Trainer  
Neo 33

Sky-Speed 
Tri-Noosa

2100 series trail

Artic

Sensor

Kahana

Brooks

Glycerin

Ghost

Defyance  
Dyad

Adrenaline(*)

Ravenna
Trancend

Addiction

Ariel(*) 
Beast(*)

Pure Flow

Pure Cadence

Launch

Cascadia

Adrenaline-ASR

Mizuno

Creation 
Rider

Prophecy

Enigma


Inspire

Alchemy

Precision

 Cabrakan

 Ascend

New Balance

890

1080(*)

1400

990(*)

940

860

1340(*)     1540(*)

587

Minimus Road

980

860

Minimus Trail

Nike

Pegasus(*)  
Vomero

Flyknit Lunar

Lunar Glide

Lunar Eclipse 
Structure Triax(*) 

Equalon

Free Run 

Free 4.0

Wild Horse

Terra Kiger

Saucony

Ride

Triumph
Echelon

Hurricane

Guide  
Omni

Grid Resolve

Stabil

Mirage

Kinvera

Virrata

Peregrine

Excursion

Guide TR

 
(*) Available in widths    

 

  
Neutral - for an underpronater / no medial posting   

   
Stability - for mild to moderate pronation / medial posting using different midsole densities or an external thermal plastic support 

      
Motion Control - for moderate to severe overpronation / firmer medial posting, thermal plastic support, straighter last, wider base of support 

 
Lightweight - considered a minimalist or racing shoe / also used for race walking

 

Trail - meant for off-road adventures!
  

 

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