We're excited to share the latest versions of some of our favorite shoes from Nike, Brooks, Saucony and Asics.
The Nike Pegasus 31 has been updated to support your feet while simultaneously allowing them to move freely and naturally. Updates include reflective no sew overlays for a snug, supportive and comfortable fit. The heels have deep flex grooves that work with the natural bend and flex of the foot, while the overlays in the flex zones are reduced, further reducing any restrictions on flexibility for a greater range of motion. The Pegasus also has an environmentally friendly blown rubber outsole.
The Brooks Ghost 7 is smoother and lighter than previous models. This neutral(*) shoe has been updated to look more modern while remaining technical. The midsole, made with BioMoGo DNA, offers adaptive cushioning while staying flexible and bigger lugs (traction-providing rubber pieces) in the forefoot makes the Ghost feel more responsive as you run. Unlike Casper, this Ghost is balanced, cushioned and lightweight.
Thanks to the new Super DNA which offers 20% more cushioning than previous models, the Brooks Glycerin 12 is a super plush neutral(*) shoe. Ideal Pressure Zones in the outsole optimize pressure distribution from heel to forefoot, while the new rounded heel promotes a more efficient foot strike.
The Saucony Omni 13 is designed for over-pronators(*) and offers great stability in a lightweight flexible sneaker. PowerGrid cushioning keeps the run smooth while providing enhanced flexibility and incredible comfort from the no-sew overlays. The shoe’s ARCH-LOCK keeps your foot snug and supported while the moisture-wicking liner keeps your feet dry and irritation-free.
The Saucony Ride 7 has been reengineered to make your gait feel effortless. Saucony has extended the SRC crash pad into the mid-foot to encourage the smoothest transition possible. They have removed the plastic midfootshank which minimizes the weight of the sneaker while making it more flexible. Other innovations include deeper flex grooves and larger landing zones in the heel to keep the Ride smooth in this neutral(*) shoe.
The Asics Gel Nimbus 16 is designed for neutral(*) runners and under-pronators(*) through mild over-pronators(*). The FluidFit multi-directional upper flex offers a customized fit while the FluidRide midsole provides responsive cushioning with reduced weight and increased durability. As always, the gel offers responsive shock absorption on impact.
The Asics Gel Cumulus 16 has a sock-like feel thanks to its FluidFit upper that molds to your foot for a perfect fit. This ever durable shoe now has a lighter yet more cushioned feel thanks to the FluidRide technology and offers responsive shock absorption with its gel technology.
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