Shoes

Shoes

Puma Speed Ignite NetFit $140

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

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

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.

Hoka One One Tracer 2 $130

HOKA ONE ONE’s Tracer reaches round 2 with a parade - of fast times, thanks to the Northern Arizona Elite’s performances in the shoe. The traditional stack height has made the shoe a versatile racing option for many, especially those looking for a shoe to handle their 10k to marathon duties.

Skechers GOmeb Speed 4 $130

The GoMeb has been a successful racing shoe that is versatile enough for a variety of distances from road miles to marathons depending on a runners’ efficiency. The GoMeb Speed 4, builds on the successes of previous versions while upping its game a bit in the process.