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ASICS SonicSprint Elite $160

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The SonicSprint Elite is the latest iteration of ASICS’ pinnacle in sprint performance footwear. Elite athlete feedback has driven the advances to the shoe resulting in this update. The upper is a durable and supportive closed mesh, which breathes well thanks to subtle venting over the midfoot, with ultra-thin welded overlays adding support along with a smooth interior.

Saucony Zealot ISO 3 $130

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Round 3 of the Zealot ISO is perhaps its most versatile incarnation yet. The ISOfit system in the saddle has been sandwiched between the inner and outer layers of mesh to secure the mid-foot, while allowing the shoe to flex well and still support the foot.

Puma Speed Ignite NetFit $140

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The Speed Ignite NetFit is a fresh new concept for Puma that offers a myriad of lacing options to give the best upper fit possible. The upper consists of a soft, stretchy inner booty that wraps the foot just below the ankle.

Nike Zoom Fly $150

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The Zoom Fly is a new performance shoe in the family of shoes Nike created for its attempt at a sub–2-hour marathon. The upper is a thin, engineered mesh that offers good support, wraps the foot securely without extra material, breathes well, and conforms nicely to hold the foot securely.

Mizuno Wave Shadow $110

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The Wave Shadow is the replacement for the Sayonara series. While the Sayonara merged two previously well-loved shoes (the Precision and the Elixir, both longtime successes), the Shadow replaces a good shoe that never got the love it deserved.