Best Black Friday running shoes deals live right now

We collected the best Black Friday deals from Adidas, Nike, New Balance and more

Best running shoes Black Friday deals
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Black Friday is the best time of the year to buy a new running trainer. Sure, some retailers have running shoe offers year-round but generally, Black Friday is when this year's models get a significant price cut. And not surprisingly, just because shoes are last season, that doesn't mean they are all of a sudden terrible to wear or don't provide responsiveness.

The below fitness deals have been curated to provide you with an overlook of the best running shoe deals available this Black Friday.  By now, most retailers have started their Black Friday sales and we are seeing some awesome Black Friday deals cropping up.

There are only a handful of manufacturers who haven't posted any Black Friday running shoe deals and these will most likely wait until 26 November when the 'actual' Black Friday starts. Nevertheless, even these brands have outlet sales on which might not be exclusive for Black Friday, but if it's a good deal, you might as well have a look, right?

[Editor's note: I'm going to be honest with you: rumour has it that people get scammed by retailers during Black Friday with fake discounts and false advertising. As someone who reported on multiple Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day events in recent years, I agree that you have to be careful when shopping online as some of the offers are less than spectacular.

However, I think the big issue is that we're so used to seeing 70% sales during the year, when something is discounted 75% for Black Friday, no one bats an eye. Black Friday deals might not be way cheaper than deals during the year but oftentimes, they are slightly cheaper and that means you can save more by shopping on Black Friday.

Not to mention, there are actually good deals this year. Coming from a person who is looking at deals all day for a month straight.]

Best Black Friday running shoes sales

5 best Black Friday running shoe deals now

Nike Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT%: was £259.95, now £207.97 at Nike

Nike Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT%: was £259.95, now £207.97 at Nike
The fastest running shoes in existence are over £50 off at Nike now! The Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT% might look peculiar but it's ergonomic and clearly worked well enough for Eliud Kipchoge who broke the 2-hour marathon barrier a couple of years ago.

Adidas Adizero Pro (women's): was £159.95, now £79.99 at Sportsshoes.com

Adidas Adizero Pro (women's): was £159.95, now £79.99 at Sportsshoes.com
Adidas really hit the nail on the head with the Adizero Pro. The lightweight single-layer mesh upper has an internal fit system that reduces pressure yet provides enough lockdown. A carbon plate adds stiffness for extra speed on race day. Now half price off!

Nike Pegasus Trail 3 GORE-TEX: was £134.95, now £101.21 at Nike

Nike Pegasus Trail 3 GORE-TEX: was £134.95, now £101.21 at Nike
Train off-road in style in the Nike Pegasus Trail 3 GORE-TEX. The Peg 3 Trail builds on the foundation laid by the fan-favourite Pegasus 36 and adds more GORE-TEX protection, more foam and most importantly, more style overall. Use the code 'GAME21' at the checkout (Nike Members only deal).

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38: was £109.95, now £82.46 at Nike

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38: was £109.95, now £82.46 at Nike
The Pegasus franchise has always been one of Nike's most popular shoes. The Pegasus 38 upped the ante significantly in terms of comfort and energy return, compared to its predecessor. The shoes combine Zoom Air pockets with the resilient React foam: a match made in heaven! Use the code 'GAME21' at the checkout (Nike Members only deal).

Hoka One One Ironman Rincon 2: was £110, now £76.99 at Hoka

Hoka One One Ironman Rincon 2: was £110, now £76.99 at Hoka
Look at this beautiful running shoe: the Ironman Rincon 2 was inspired by the smooth waves of the world-famous Rincon surf spot and the beautiful setting of the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. And now it's 30% off! Please note, you have to sign up at Hoka to access its Black Friday discounts (registration is free).

Reebok Floatride Energy 3 Adventure Shoes: was £85, now £68 at Reebok

Reebok Floatride Energy 3 Adventure Shoes: was £85, now £68 at Reebok
The Floatride Energy 3 Adventure is not too expensive even at full price but it's now well within the price range of what most people consider highly affordable running shoes. These road-to-trail running shoes are ideal for tackling park runs and training sessions both on and off-road. 

Adidas Ultraboost 21: was £160, now £112 at Adidas

Adidas Ultraboost 21: was £160, now £112 at Adidas
The Ultraboost 21 is part running shoe, part sneaker, meaning you can wear it for both going out for clubbing and running. The new Ultraboost features more BOOST under your feet that provides responsiveness and comfort. There are heap loads of different colourways available, many of which are included in the Adidas Black Friday Sale.

Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2: was £144.95, now £115.97 at Nike

Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2: was £144.95, now £115.97 at Nike
The React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 is the updated version of Nike's injury-reducing running shoes. It has a refreshed upper that uses Flywire technology that combines with Flyknit for support and breathability. The React Infinity Run franchise is one of Nike's most tested shoes, "designed to help you feel the potential when your foot hits the pavement", as Nike puts it.

Hoka One One CARBON X 2: was £160, now £125 at Wiggle

Hoka One One CARBON X 2: was £160, now £125 at Wiggle
The X 2 is a pure-bred racing shoe from Hoka One One and is designed to enable you to run as fast as you possibly can. The combination of high stack foam, a carbon plate and the signature early-stage Meta-Rocker will get you to the finish line in no time!

New Balance Fresh Foam 860v11: was £119.99, now £69.99 at sportsshoes.com

New Balance Fresh Foam 860v11: was £119.99, now £69.99 at sportsshoes.com
The 860v11 blends the classic New Balance bounce with support to create one of the most popular stability shoe franchises today. The shoes are now 41% at sportsshoes.com, the perfect time to invest in a new pair if you tend to pronate when you run!

Men's UA Charged Impulse 2 Running Shoes: was £65, now £39 at Under Armour

Men's UA Charged Impulse 2 Running Shoes: was £65, now £39 at Under Armour
Need a cheap but decent running shoe? Under Armour's got your back. The Impulse 2 has a lightweight engineered mesh upper, embedded sock liner for added cushioning, and features the Charged Cushioning midsole that is firmer is firmer in the heel and softer in the forefoot to provide support and comfort.

Matt Kollat
Matt Kollat

Matt is a fitness fanatic (a.k.a. fitness and nutrition writer) who's been rambling on about all things health and fitness for over two years now here at T3. His achievements include a short-lived fitness podcast called Fit Mentality Podcast and being a judge on the Fit&Well Awards 2021. In his free time, he works out at home, runs, cycles and loves a good ol' walk around the city. He writes about general fitness stuff, fitness tech, workouts, workout gear/equipment, nutrition and much, much more.