Best running shoes 2020: rule the road with road running trainers for men and women of all abilities

Whether you need the best running shoes for a 5k, a marathon or even an ultramarathon, we have the perfect pair for you

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The best running shoes are a must whether you're starting out, doing 5K runs locally, or are tackling a road marathon – or perhaps one in your garden, given the current circumstances. Finding running trainers that best suit your feet and goals can be the difference between heavily pounding the pavement, and feeling free and easy while you float over the miles.

We're working through this season's shoes – with reviews going up already – to find the best shoes for every type of middle to long distance runner. And we even have models that you can wear for races. 

Please note: these shoes are not to be confused with the best workout shoes – the requirements are different for those. Nor are they the best trail running shoes – but it's okay, we have a top 10 for that too.

Now is a great time to shop for the best running shoes, as brands line up shoes for this year's Olympics (for the elite) and improving weather (for most of us). Just because the weather is cold, doesn't mean you have to stop your running training. Apart from the obvious indoor option (a.k.a running on a treadmill), you can also get all-weather running shoes and rule the roads during winter. And if you're lucky enough to live int eh southern hemisphere, it's not even winter. What are you waiting for?

Running during the colder months can improve your overall cardiovascular health and therefore make you less susceptible to illnesses. Running is also a great way to increase serotonin levels in your body, reducing stress levels and improving general perception of well-being, something we all need when it's dark outside when we wake up as well as in the afternoons.

Don't forget to get a head torch for running if you are running on uneven terrain (no one wants a sprained ankle) and some compression tights for running or base layers to keep you warm.

Running in the spring/summer? Get a pair of the best running shorts and the best running top to keep you cool and comfortable.

What are the best running shoes?

Though they will be very specifically race shoes for most runners, clearly the fastest and best running shoes in the world right now are Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%. Supplies of them are short but Nike does periodically release a new batch, and right now they are available to buy in Europe – probably not for long though.

UK • Shop ZoomX Vaporfly Next% now in sizes 6 to 14 (UK) at Nike Online

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If you want something more affordable (and less scarce), choosing the best running shoes for you comes down to personal preference as much as what tech went into creating them.

If you are after great cushioning, good looks and top tech but from someon other than Nike, cast your eyes on the second entry on the list: the Hoka One One Carbon X.  It has everything that makes running shoes desirable, with a very reasonable price for the amount of tech involved.

If you are less in search of speed, and want more cushioning and less expense, Asics Gel-Nimbus 21 or Nike React Infinity Run could be perfect for you. Both these shoes are actually deceptively fast, but Asics famed GEL cushioning system and Nike's injury-reducing design mean they're more welcoming to newcomers and more casual runners than our top 2 choices.


Update 6 Feb 2020: Nike announced the Nike Air Zoom Alphafly, the latest edition to its Vaporfly road running shoe series. Not only that, but according to Nike, the new Alphafly complies to the updated rules from World Athletics and therefore will be allowed on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. There will most likely be some heated discussions about this in the near future. Meanwhile, stocks of Vaporfly Next% are now extremely low: check availability at


The best running shoes, in order

best running shoes: Hoka One One Carbon X

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1. Hoka One One Carbon X

Best running shoe

Weight: 246 grams
Drop: 5 mm
Best for: Daily runs, tempo runs, intervals, long runs
Reasons to buy
+Carbon fibre plate in sole+Wide forefoot platform+Lightning fast
Reasons to avoid
-Not as fast as Nike's version

Packed with top-notch Hoka technology, the Hoka One One Carbon X's best selling point is the carbon fibre plate providing a smooth transition through the gait cycle, combined with the signature Hoka cushioning.

The Carbon X is ideal for runners wide a wide feet; the spacious but snug forefoot platform provides support and stability, holding your feet just enough so it doesn't slide around the shoes whilst the upper mesh offers breathability.

And the looks! The thick sole profile drops only 5 mm from heel to toe, but the Carbon X seems agile and ready to go, at all times. The embroidered heel not only reminds me of the Nazca lines in Peru but it also provides extra support to the heels.

One of the lightest shoes on the list, the Hoka One One Carbon X is a formidable competitor. It can't match the Nike Vaporfly for pure speed, but it's usable across both training runs and races, and a fair bit more affordable. And, uh, you can actually buy it, while Vaporfly is now rather scarce, with people asking for silly money for it online. That's why it's back to being our #1 best running shoe.

• Hoka One One Carbon X review

best running shoes: Nike React Infinity Run

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2. Nike React Infinity Run

Best running shoe for beginners or those prone to injury

Weight: 275 grams (men's size 9)
Drop: 9 mm
Best for: Recovery, long runs
Reasons to buy
+So much support, but still feels speedy+Rolls well+New Flyknit upper is firm yet comfortable
Reasons to avoid
-Arguably too much support for seasoned runners

• Buy Nike React Infinity Run from Nike

The Nike React Infinity Run delivers on its promise, offering plenty of support in order to protect you from injury. The new Flyknit upper is comfortable yet firm and there is no sign of chafing around the rear of the foot. The integrated knitted tongue and the lace closure helps the Nike React Infinity Run follow the shape of the foot as closely as possible.

Despite all the injury-reducing protection, a fast tempo is guaranteed by the Vaporfly-like rocker sole geometry that merges landing and take off into one smooth transition. Very little energy is lost and your legs will feel fresher for longer.

For beginners, or people with 'interesting' running techniques, the Nike React Infinity Run will significantly reduce risk of injury. This doesn't mean you can just completely forget about correct running technique of course, but it will definitely help you worry less as you run. More seasoned runners might find all the extra support a bit much, but even they will appreciate the supreme cushioning and energy return.

Nike React Infinity Run review: Nike’s new running shoe is like autocorrect for your feet

best running shoes: Asics Gel Nimbus 21

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3. Asics Gel-Nimbus 21

Best ASICS running shoe: amazing support for long-distance neutral runners

Weight: 309 grams
Drop: 10 mm
Best for: Training, long runs
Reasons to buy
+Supreme cushioning+Good traction
Reasons to avoid
-All the extra cushioning makes the shoe a bit heavier and warmer

• Buy the Asics Gel-Nimbus 21 directly from Asics

Asics’ Gel system has always been synonymous with supreme cushioning and the Asics Gel-Nimbus 21 is no different. We haven’t got enough space here to list all the technology that went into these shoes, but it’s safe to say that it’s similar to a description of a modern commercial airjet.

The trademarked I.G.S. technology – coupled with the Guidance Line system – provides outstanding gait support while the Trusstic system adds to the already great stability.

Understandably, all the extra cushioning adds a bit to the weight of the shoes, something to be expected. The Gel-Nimbus 21 was designed for comfortable, long-distance runs and not explosive sprints. There are better shoes for that purpose.

The Gel-Nimbus 21 looks pretty much like a professional  running shoe, just like the Brooks and Saucony models below. It definitely isn't a bad thing, but if you are after more swag, try the Adidas UltraBoost 19 or the On Cloud X.

Given all the extra padding, the Gel-Nimbus 21 can feel a bit warmer when the weather is hot. The shoes have great breathability but even that won’t counterbalance all the thick cushioning. Nevertheless, it's a great shoe for any serious runner out there.

Best running shoes: Adidas UltraBoost 19

4. Adidas UltraBoost 19

The updated UltraBoost is bouncier and more comfortable than ever

Weight: 309 grams
Drop: 10 mm
Best for: Daily runs, long runs
Reasons to buy
+Comfortable and secure fit +All the bouncy Boost foam you could wish for
Reasons to avoid
-Overly chunky for fast training and short races

• Buy the Adidas UltraBoost 19 directly from Adidas

The most substantial revamp of the wildly popular UltraBoost since its launch back in 2015, the UltraBoost 19 features several updates designed to make it feel more comfortable and responsive on the foot.

That starts with Adidas adding 20% more Boost into the midsole, which makes the shoe firmer and bouncier when running, with the torsion system built into the sole also adding some snap to the heel-to-toe transition of the shoe.

It’s still a shoe focused on comfort over speed, however, and the Primeknit 360 upper is a full sock that sits on top of the midsole to completely wrap the foot. The snug mesh around the midsection prevents your foot from sliding around in the knitted upper and replaces the plastic cage on previous UltraBoosts, which could be uncomfortably tight – so much so that some runners took to cutting it off. 

best running shoes: Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% Ekiden Edition

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5. Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%

Best running shoe for race days – out of stock everywhere

Weight: 190 grams (men's size 9)
Drop: 8 mm
Best for: Quick runners doing long distances
Reasons to buy
+Blisteringly fast+Supreme cushioning and energy return
Reasons to avoid
-Hard to acquire-You'll want to wrap them in cotton wool between races

• Buy Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% directly from Nike 


The Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% deserves to be higher up on the list but unfortunately, it is unavailable to buy anywhere and there is not much hope it will be back in stock anytime soon (or ever).


The Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% is so fast, athletes are lobbying for it to be examined by the International Association of Athletics Federations because they think it provides unfair advantage to athletes who wear them. In the prototype of the successor to the Vaporfly NEXT%, the Nike Air Zoom Alphafly, Eliud Kipchoge broke the two-hour marathon record, previously thought to be impossible to overcome.

What's so good in the Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%? Nike threw everything it knows about running shoes out of the window when they started designing the Vaporfly series. What they came up with might just be the most peculiar-looking road running shoes in existence, but one that gives runners near perfect running dynamics.

There are three key elements to the design of the Vaporfly NEXT%: the updated ZoomX foam that provides a soft landing without wasting energy on the ground, the full-length carbon plate embedded in the midsole that enables you to turn that landing energy to forward momentum and the VaporWeave upper that helps the shoes fit near perfect on your feet.

You wont wear the Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% for light afternoon strolls on Park Street, in fact, you will want to wear them only on races – and races that matter, at that. Taking into account that the cushioning won't be able to perform at 100% efficiency forever, you are looking at spending a lot of money for road running shoes you will probably wear a few times a year. My opinion? It's still worth it.

• Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% review: believe the hype

best running shoes: nike zoom pegasus turbo 2

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6. Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2

The best everyday running shoes just got even better

Weight: 220 grams
Drop: 10 mm
Best for: Daily runs, tempo runs, intervals, long runs
Reasons to buy
+Updated upper mesh+Lightweight+Great energy return
Reasons to avoid
- Foam can feel slightly soft at times

• Buy the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 directly from Nike

Nike managed to enhance the already amazing Zoom Pegasus Turbo with the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2. The upper mesh-fabric has been updated so it’s even lighter now whilst retaining and improving on the stability of the shoe. The foam base has also been updated without compromising on the metrics of this great all-rounder.

What makes the Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 the best on our running shoe list is it’s versatility and looks. It’s comfortable enough for longer runs but it also provides great traction on concrete and other hard surfaces for all you urban runners.

As for looks, the Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 still has the trademark protruding-heel design which it takes from its big brother the ZoomX Vaporfly Next%. The latter has a bulkier look to it whereas the Turbo 2 operates with gentler lines and softer curves.

The ZoomX midsole delivers an unmatched energy return while the specially-shaped heel helps you land softer and rocks you forward. Using the Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 will make you feel unstoppable both on the road and in the gym too.

best running shoes: On Cloudflow

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7. On Cloudflow

As agile as it is handsome

Weight: 235 grams
Drop: 6 mm
Best for: Fast training, racing, anything between 10km and a marathon
Reasons to buy
+Great cushioning+Amazing looks+Light and comfortable
Reasons to avoid
-You won't want to get it dirty-For relatively good weather only

• Buy the On Cloudflow directly from On Running

The latest update on the Cloudflow brings the Helion sole tech to this model: On's 'superfoam' delivers a soft yet responsive running experience, regardless of the temperature, giving you the same dynamics all year around.

The Helion works hard to reduce impact force as you land while the Cloud elements at the front help you lift off the ground more easily and efficiently. Does this combination work? It does, and brilliantly so.

The upper is a low-profile mesh that holds your feet in the right places and feels top quality too. Not to mention, the design of the shoes is pretty amazing: not often do you see such an eye-popping design in full-fledged running shoes.

Probably the biggest issue with the On Cloudflow is its looks: you won't want to get it dirty and run around in puddles, fearing the shoe might lose its box-fresh look. You can go for the black colourway, of course, but with such great colour gradients available, why would you?

• On Cloudflow review

best running shoes: Mizuno Wave Skyrise

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8. Mizuno Wave Skyrise

New cushioning system delivers an old school experience

Weight: 300 grams
Drop: 10 mm
Best for: Long runs, people who do high mileage either in one go or overall
Reasons to buy
+Great fit+Soft cushioning
Reasons to avoid
-Default colourway is a bit boring

• Buy the Mizuno Wave Skyrise at

We had to wait until 2020 to star a Mizuno model on our best running shoes list. The Mizuno Wave Skyrise sports a new cushioning system that combines the XPOP midsole compound – which contains thousands of little beads to reduce impact force as you land – and Wave Foam sole plate.

The result is running experience that feels like how Shovel Knight felt like when it came out: old-school but without glitches. Running in the Mizuno Wave Skyrise is like like running on thick gym mats, barefoot; your feet will thank you for wearing these for your long runs (and short ones too).

The Mizuno Wave Skyrise doesn't try correct your gait or interfere with the way you land your feet, giving you more control over your overall running technique. For the same reason, it might not be the ideal choice for novice runners who might need a little more guidance at beginning.

We wish the shoes looked maybe a bit more interesting, though. Especially the default navy colourway just hasn't got much going for it in the looks department. The Mizuno Wave Skyrise looks like a pair of running shoes, for better or worse. Hard-core runners will probably appreciate the unyielding look but it will most likely not win over new fans from other brands with its looks only.

Overall, the Mizuno Wave Skyrise is a brilliant running shoe with excellent cushioning that also delivers comfort. And that is more than many other shoes do.

best running shoes: Asics Metaride

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9. Asics Metaride

Cruise through your long runs in this cushioned shoe

Weight: 300 grams
Drop: zero drop
Best for: long runs
Reasons to buy
+Fantastic heel-to-toe transition+Comfortable upper material+Nice aesthetics
Reasons to avoid
-Hefty price tag

• Buy the Asics Metaride directly from Asics

The Asics Metaride is a brilliant long distance shoe, designed to relieve pressure on your ankle joints and rock you forward as you devour the miles under your feet. the very distinct sole is not only chunky but also curved, which helps the transition as you move your balance from the heel to the toes.

The knit upper is firmer than the Nike Joyride's flyknit but more forgiving than the Asics Gel Numbus 21, for example. The collar is super padded and there is no rubbing or chafing around the ankles either.

The Asics Metaride will take you further in more comfort. The Asics staple GEL cushioning works really well with the Flytefoam Lyte midsole and distributes impact stress efficiently.

The meta clutch counter could hold the heel a but firmer so it doesn't wiggle as much but it's not loose enough to hinder your speed or comfort levels. The midpoint of the sole – where the little tunnel is if you look at the shoes from the side – can be felt at first but once you did 10-20 miles in the shoes it breaks in.

best running shoes: On Cloudswift

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10. On Cloudswift

Swiss-engineered urban runner

Weight: 290 grams
Drop: 7 mm
Best for: Daily runs, hard surfaces, intervals, long runs
Reasons to buy
+Firm and fast+Excellent energy return
Reasons to avoid
-Midsole strikers can land hard

• Buy the On Cloudswift directly from On Running

On Running's urban running shoe, the Cloudswift, was designed for cobbled streets and hard pavements. The Helium sole provides very good energy return and the soft upper mesh feels comfortable yet snug.

The Cloudswift is recommended for people who don't like overly soft, super-cushioned runs; these shoes can straighten out uneven running surfaces like no other.

Due to the stiffer sole and the soft upper, it can be difficult sometimes to find the perfect hold for runners with high bridges. Tie the elastic laces loosely and it won't feel secure enough; tie it tight and it might be uncomfortable.

They look great, though. The rugged sole and the TPU mechanical side band gives the Cloudswift a very distinctive look, something you can wear with any outfit (probably not with a suit).

best running shoes: Saucony Type A9

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11. Saucony Type A9

Speedy racing shoes with subtle cushioning

Weight: 170 grams
Drop: 4 mm
Best for: Race days, PR attempts
Reasons to buy
+Super light+Great fit+Fast as hell
Reasons to avoid
-Lack of cushioning might be difficult to handle for complete beginners

• Buy the Saucony Type A9 directly from Saucony

There are runners out there who aren't looking for maximum comfort and padding all around their feet. Runners who want their running shoes to be as minimal as possible, shoes that won't run for them but aid them during their runs. Runners who seek energy return and that raw, 'this result is mine' feeling.

The Saucony Type A9 are these kind of shoes. They are not for beginners, no. They are for people who know what they are doing on the road and want to have a ride where they feel the ground beneath their feet.

These are some seriously light shoes; in fact, they are almost half as heavy as some of the other entries on this list. This means a lot less cushioning and rocket tech and a lot more directness and immediate feedback from any running surface.

The Saucony Type A9 is the one for the road, one for race days, one for those times when you feel ready to attempt a PR.

best running shoes: New Balance FuelCell Rebel

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12. New Balance FuelCell Rebel

Lightweight and race ready

Weight: 208 grams
Drop: 6 mm
Best for: races, tempo runs
Reasons to buy
+Lightweight upper+Toe off specialist
Reasons to avoid
-In true New Balance fashion, sizing is half size under

• Buy the New Balance FuelCell Rebel on

The engineers at New Balance had a good look at what they learned from the creation and testing of the FuelCell 5280 racing flat and translated it into the FuelCell Rebel. Not only the Rebel is more modestly priced than the 5280, it is also more versatile all the while it keeps almost all the great features found in the latter.

Weighing just over 200 grams, the FuelCell Rebel is a lightweight shoe. It uses the Trace Fiber upper construction that uses precision stitching in key areas but keeps the upper thin and airy.

The main concern of the New Balance FuelCell Rebel is the forward propulsion; its main is to move you forward. The FuelCell midsole is a two-part rebound system that  not so much rocks but bounces you back up. It's not as firm and well rounded as the Asics Metaride or the Hoka One One Carbon X, more springy and bouncy.

The New Balance FuelCell delivers in the looks department, too: especially the black colourway, which is not all that black after all, looks great with a lot of subtle yet contrasting colours.

best running shoes: Brooks Glycerin 17

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13. Brooks Glycerin 17

Plush fit and comfort above all

Weight: 300.5 grams
Drop: 10 mm
Best for: Road running training
Reasons to buy
+The DNA LOFT cushioning is soft like a cloud+Smooth heel-to-toe transition
Reasons to avoid
-Not a huge amount of energy return

• Buy the Brooks Glycerin 17 directly from Brooks Running

Brooks asks the question: does running have to hurt? And they are right, no, it doesn't. Many recreational runners prefer soft, highly cushioned shoes that won't break your skin and compress your toes together like a sardine can.

The Glycerin 17's DNA Loft cushioning provides a softer ride while the OrthoLite sockliner adds even more to the step-in comfort. The same DNA Loft cushioning also helps in the heel to toe transition, making it smooth as butter.

All this softness has an effect on energy return. You can't will it all, really, and the Glycerin 17 loses out on some energy return due to its softness. These are not race day shoes, have a Saucony Type A9, Hoka Carbon X or a Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% for those occasions.

If you're after a soft ride on a sunny autumn afternoon, the Brooks Glycerin 17 will your perfect companion.

best running shoes: Adidas Pulseboost HD

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14. Adidas PulseBoost HD

Comfort and stability in one handsome package

Weight: 340 grams
Drop: 8 mm
Best for: Everyday runners in the city
Reasons to buy
+Great for firm surfaces+Responsive
Reasons to avoid
-QR playlist link on tongue is tacky-Heavy

• Buy the Adidas Pulseboost HD directly from Adidas

Adidas came up with a new midsole when they created the Pulseboost HD called – drumroll, please! – Boost HD. It delivers more stability and responsiveness, something you will need in the city where these running shoes belong.

The Boost HD is the same sole that the Ultraboost uses; and we liked that shoe a lot. The knit upper is in line with the latest trend in running shoes, giving your toes freedom whilst holding them firmly. Knitted uppers are great because they mould to each individual foot and ditch the one-size-fits-all mentality.

For some reason, Adidas thought it was a good idea to put a QR code on the tongue of the Pulseboost HD that leads you to an exclusive playlist. Hopefully they'll update it regularly, or you'll be running to the same music for the next year or two, which could get tedious. Apart from this small glitch, Pulseboost HD is a great running shoe and worth trying out.

best running shoes: Brooks Levitate 2

15. Brooks Levitate 2

Much-improved Levitate is another great Brooks runner

Weight: 320 grams
Drop: 8 mm
Best for: Jogging and lighter runs
Reasons to buy
+Much improved FitKnit upper+Excellent energy return
Reasons to avoid
-At 317g, quite heavy for a road runner-No second eyelet for those seeking extra lockdown

• Buy the Brooks Levitate 2 directly from Brooks Running

As its name would suggest, Brooks Levitate 2 is all about the energy return. Brooks’ most responsive midsole is equipped with the DNA AMP tech that promises to ‘control, capture and return’ your energy, to ensure you’re bounding along the track or trails.

The company is also adding new Achilles Guard tech to protect that all-important tendon, while the arrow-point pattern on the crystal rubber outsole gives you rapid movement from the heel to the toe. There’s an internal bootie that promises comfort and support, while the FitKnit upper wraps around the heel to guard against irritation.

How to buy the right running shoes

Do running shoes matter?

Yes. A decent pair of running-specific trainers will cushion your feet and legs from the impact of repeatedly hitting the pavement. They’ll also be flexible in all the right places and they’ll help protect against common injuries. But choosing the right shoe isn’t as easy as just picking the one you like the look of. 

How to buy the right running shoes

The difficulty in recommending running shoes is that while some are better than others, the 'best' shoe for you also has to suit how you run. We all run different mileage, land differently, weigh different amounts, and have different shaped feet, and our shoes should reflect that. 

If you’re a heavier runner you may find a supportive, cushioned shoe will help absorb some of the impact as you run, while lighter runners might prefer a more minimal shoe. Likewise, for longer runs you may want bounce and cushioning for a comfortable ride, while on race day or shorter runs you opt for something lighter, faster and more minimal.

Gait can also be a big factor. If your gait shows an excess of pronation or supination (inward and outward rolling of the foot as it strikes and pushes off from the ground), as you may need a shoe or insole that addresses this.

While all these variables may sound complicated, particularly if you’re new to the sport, keep the following five golden rules in mind before buying new running shoes.

1. Get your gait tested

Drop into a shop like Sweatshop, Runner's Need or Vivobarefoot's stores and you can get a full gait analysis test done. This often means running on a treadmill or along the street so staff can help you identify the type of running shoes and support that's best for your running style. 

Most of the staff will be runners themselves, so you’ll also get some handy hints on how to improve your technique.

2. Try before you buy

You may be able to find bargains online but it’s always best to try shoes on before you commit. Sizes can vary significantly from brand to brand, and it’s often worth going a half or full size up to allow for feet swelling as they become hot. 

Even a brisk walk around the store, or in a carpeted area if you’re trying on at home, can give you a good idea of comfort and help highlight any niggling spots – that slightly slipping heel may feel minor now but think what it’s going to feel like after an hour or so on the run.

3. Think about your terrain

Where you plan to run is important: road, trail, or a mixture of both. In general, trail running requires more support and road requires more impact protection, but again this can also be affected by how you run, and what you find comfortable.

4. Racing versus training

In a lot of cases you might want to choose a training shoe for longer mileage and a race shoe that's lighter but better used for shorter periods of time, like a four-hour race. Either way, it's important that you've worn your shoes in before you hit race day, or put in the longer runs.

5. Focus on that first-try feel

When it comes to the crunch, knowing you’ve found the right shoes for you comes down to how you feel when you put them on. A good sign that you’re making the right choice is a pair of shoes that almost melt into the background from the moment you slip them on, to the point that you don’t really notice you’re wearing them.