Nike Epic React Flyknit $150

The Epic React Flyknit is Nike's latest running shoe, and may point to a new range of performance shoes. Replacing the Lunar Epic Flyknit, the Epic React Flyknit advances overall performance with a focus on a new midsole technology.

ASICS HyperSpeed 7 $85

The Hyperspeed is ASICS' mid-weight racing shoe, a staple for distances from a 5k all the way up. Round 7 sticks to the script, a light, efficient shoe finished well.

Saucony Kilkenny $65 Spike/$55 Spikeless

The Kilkenny is the oldest cross country model in the Saucony lineup, now in its 7th version.  The platform retains its heritage - and why not? It has been effective from its introduction because it is a sleek and efficient racing shoe.

New Balance XC 900v4 $90

The XC 900 has been New Balance’s top tier cross country racer. It has been a nice upgrade for the high school or collegiate  harrier - sleeker material than entry level without breaking the bank, and round 4 is a top down revamp.

Brooks Mach 18 Spikeless $90

Brooks’ Mach series of cross country racing shoes have provided excellent cross country performance, whether in spiked or spikeless models. Version number 18 is as good a product as any previous round.