Three performance running shoes that are ready to run… and one that’s built for recovery.
The $50 Endorphin Chillos (photo above) uses Chaco’s super-soft EVA Luvseat footbed and slip-on construction to be the perfect recovery slide for runners chasing their PR in sister brand Saucony’s new Endorphin collection road shoes.
Reebok’s $100 Forever Floatride Energy 2.0 gets new colors this July, but it’s keeping the same ultra-supportive construction. P.S.: The spring ’21 version of the Floatride 3.0 will boast a new rocker midsole for an even smoother heel-to-toe experience on foot.
Under Armour’s $150 Hovr Phantom 2 builds on the previous UA Hovr Phantom model with enhanced features in three core areas: cushioning, fit and feel, and digitally connected training plans via UA’s MapMyRun app.
Skechers brings Goodyear’s performance rubber to Edward Cheserek’s official training shoe for fall, the $125 GORun Ride 8 Hyper. The brand’s lightweight Hyper Burst cushioning, a 6mm drop and a form-fitting stretch knit upper make this a go-to choice for fit and traction.