Get up to 50% off some of the best running shoes from Adidas, Asics, Hoka and more

Because picking up running as a new hobby starts with getting new running shoes (for less)

January sales running shoes deal Adidas Asics Hoka Saucony New Balance
(Image credit: Hoka One One)

Planning on getting fit in 2020? One of the best ways to lose weight fast is to do cardio regularly, and of all the different types cardio exercises, running is probably the easiest to get into and requires the least amount of gear. Something you'll definitely need is decent running shoes, and thanks to Wiggle's January sales, you can get some of the top running shoes for cheaper, including models from brands like Adidas, New Balance, Asics, Hoka One One and more.

• Check out the cheap running shoes offers at Wiggle

Many of the running shoes included in the sale are on T3's best women's running shoes list, like the Hoka One One Clifton 6, but you'll find entries from the best running shoes for men, too (looking at you, Asics Gel-Nimbus 21). Some of the models are from last year, but between you and me, they tend to be equally as good as the newest models, but for a more reasonable price tag. And those prices just got cheaper.

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Adidas Women's UltraBoost 19 Running Shoes | Sale Price £95.97 | Was £ 159.95 | You save £63.98 (40%) at Wiggle
We were quite fond of the Adidas UltraBoost 19 when it came out in 2019, praising it for the fit and the cushioning, as well as looking distinctively Adidas. A bridge between a fashion shoe and a running shoe, the Adidas UltraBoost 19 provides a good ride whilst looking good. The perfect combination.


Asics Women's Gel-Nimbus 21 Lite-Show Running Shoes | Sale Price £120 | Was £ 160 | You save £40 (25%) at Wiggle
Everyone loves the Asics Gel-Nimbus series and runners will pay the premium for the signature Asics GEL cushioning. The Asics Gel-Nimbus 21 is narrower than its predecessors but still provides a superior running experience and if you want to get faster in running, definitely go for this model.


Saucony Women's Guide ISO 2 | Sale Price £90 | Was £ 120 | You save £30 (25%) at Wiggle
Runners will be familiar with the Saucony brand and the Guide ISO 2 is a good example of what the brand has to offer. The Saucony Guide ISO 2 is especially helpful for runners who suffer from mild to severe pronation – when you land on the inner side of your soles.


Hoka One One Women's Clifton 6 Running Shoes | Sale Price £96 | Was £ 120 | You save £24 (20%) at Wiggle
The Hoka One One Clifton 6 sits at the top of T3's best women's running shoes list because it is comfortable, looks good and the signature Hoka One One cushioning is just plain amazing. The Hoka One One Clifton 6 is light yet holds the foot firmly and the roll of these shoes are just perfect. Recommended to beginners and pros alike.


New Balance Women's 1500 v6 Running Shoes | Sale Price £75 | Was £ 100 | You save £25 (25%) at Wiggle
Talking about light running shoes: The New Balance 1500 v6 is less than 200 grams, perfect for race days. The 6 mm heel-to-toe drop will help you keep your balance easier and the REVlite midsole will provide a quicker rebound too. Be mindful of sizing, New Balance running shoes tend to be half a size under than what you are used to.

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.