The Best Men’s Running Shoes
Brooks Men’s Glycerin 14 Men’s Running Shoe
Best Cushioned Running Shoes. Brooks makes some of the best running shoes on the planet. The Brooks Men’s Glycerin 14 Men’s Running Shoe ($150) is no different. The Glycerin is one of the best cushioned running shoes you can find. It was built specifically for neutral to supinating runners. If you wear out the outside of your soles first these are the shoes you should be looking at. The Brooks Glycerin features a Super DNA Midsole that provides adaptable cushioning, an upper made from a 3D stretch print material for strategic stretch and structure for a perfect fit. Overall weight is 10.6 ounces with a 10mm offset.
Saucony Triumph ISO 2 Men’s Running Shoe
Best Running Shoe Under $100. The Saucony Triumph ISO 2 Men’s Running Shoe ($75) is an amazing shoe for the neutral runner. It’s so great that it’s already won Runner’s World Editor’s Choice award. One of its best features is EVERUN, a cushioning construction material that is dramatically more lively and responsive than standard cushioning materials. EVERUN is used in the Triumph top sole and in the landing zone in the heel. Additional features include an overall weight of 10.2 ounces, 8mm offset, a TRI-Flex outer sole for better ground contact, and improved upper for a more accommodating fit, and a welded bottom eyelet for added comfort. I would have to say this is one of the best running shoes for under $100.
New Balance Men’s Foam 1080v6 Running Shoe
The New Balance Men’s Foam 1080v6 ($90) is another great running shoe for under $100. This cushioned running shoe is the cruiser of running shoes. It was specifically built for runners who run at an average pace. Features include extremely generous Fresh Foam cushioning, an engineered mesh upper, and a grooved outsole for maximum flexibility. The interior of the shoe features an Ortholite sock liner for maximum comfort. Specifications include an 8mm drop, a blow rubber outsole, and bootie construction.