Best running shoes for women

Running is very important sport and it is very beneficial to your health, and to make it a better experience you should use comfortable shoes that matches the type of run you favor, so we give you today a list of some of the best of 2018’s running shoes.

Saucony Kinvara 9: The best option for Long-Distance Speed

In March, there was the debut for newest upgrade for Kinvara’s, and despite being a lightweight shoe, the shoe is incredibly cushy, the reason for that is the brand’s EVERUN Topsole technology, which is an extra layer of cushioning in the midsole that helps to generate more energy return and flexibility, this shoe is especially great for maintaining race pace in endurance events.

Adidas Solarboost: The best option for Long Runs

The debut of Adidas Solarboost was back in May, and it was looked as a more supportive sister to Adidas’s uber-popular Ultraboost. The Solarboost has the same cushioned midsole as the Ultraboost, but the upper is more structured and it also has a lightweight fabric that helps to lock your foot in, in addition to that, these sneakers have extra stability around the heel in order to propel you forward, what gives you a wonderful feeling during the super-long runs.

Nike Epic React: The best option for Tempo Runs

Nike React, which is Nike’s first running shoe that has the feature of proprietary foam was released in February. For a foam shoe, tis shoe is very light, and the sole of it is cushiony without being too soft, which will give you the feeling of protection, but it still springy while being on the run.

Hoka One One Clifton 5: The best option for Recovery Runs

Hoka’s name was made on shoes that promise plenty of cushion. The latest iteration of the Clifton, which was released in June, tends to deliver major support without adding a lot of weight. The shoe’s curved sole keeps you strive smooth, and the redesigned upper helps to maintain your foot snug and centered

Asics Gel-Kayano 25: The best option for Stability

In May, Asics released the 25th update to its classic long-distance running shoe. The 25th update is both sleeker and more responsive than previous versions, this one uses a combination of FlyteFoam Propel, which absorbs shock and makes your toe-off bouncier and all that without adding any extra weight and FlyteFoam Lyte, which is a material designed to provide plenty of stability.

New Balance 890v6: The best option for Any Run

In March the latest version of New Balance’s 890 was released, and it’s the lightest one of them. Version 6 is both lightweight and sleek and enough to help you to move fast, but on the other hand, the REVlite midsole foam still offers plenty of cushioning when you hit the ground while running.

Puma Hybrid Rocket: The best option for Short Runs

The hybrid was released by Puma in July, and it features two of Puma’s technologies, which are the NRGY beads and IGNITE FOAM, what provides serious cushioning in addition to plenty of energy return. These sneakers are suited for shorter runs, but the retro design of it will look great when worn with jeans and also when you’re running errands.