A good pair of running shoes serve as a wardrobe essential for anyone. Whether or not you actually run is irrelevant, as in recent years, the running shoe has become more of an everyday fashion piece as opposed to just an exercise companion (not that we need to tell you this, just look around). So as we get deeper into channelling our inner ‘Normcore‘, it seems as though we still have a good few years of exercise attire to come.
With that in mind, we’ve curated a collection of running shoes that we think you might actually want to run in… or at least look good in.
Nike’s Lunarglide 6 sneaker encourages natural movement through toe-off with its pressure mapped outsole. Presented with an extremely handsome aesthetic, the Lunarglide 6’s are a soft, responsive sneaker, and 30% lighter than Nike’s previous Lunarglide models.
Asics Gel Kayano Trainer | $206 | Buy From: Offspring
Serving as one of Asics’ most popular running shoes, the Gel Kayano Trainers offer a sock-like fit (leaving out the traditional shoe tongue) and Asics’ well known Gel cushioned sole for extra support.
Marketed as a shoe that offers “Endless Energy”, Adidas’s Energy Boost sneaker features their foolproof Torsion system, a thermoplastic arch support designed to allow their footwear to flex correctly, while allowing the toes and heel to move independently.