There are plenty of shoes to choose from but, do they fit your needs? There are many factors that will determine what kind of shoe you need to buy. Most of all the shoes must be compatible and comfortable for you. Research or ask professional assistance before you go and do your runs, safety comes first as you do not want injuries or bad habits to form. Socks are also important as they absorb sweat, minimize foot-shoe friction, and minimize the bad smell that your shoes will have later on.
The list here is the best of 2017 and 2018 with no particular order since your feet will decide on the best one of them all.
Saucony Kinvara 9, road shoes
The Kinvara is built for comfort and versatility for all road types and is durable enough for a long run.
New Balance 890 v6, road shoes
These ones are for the speed runners who wants a comfortable and more effortless running.
Brooks Ravenna 9, road shoes
The shoes built for many and for multiple running style. It has extra support and added stability from the previous models.
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 18, road shoes
This has been a staple of runners for the past 20 years according to runnersworld.com for its comfort, stability, and materials.
Brooks Ghost 10, road shoes
This one is great for new runners with the specially designed trainer soles as well as for speed runners on track looking for comfort and security.
Under Armor Charged Bandit 3, road shoes
With breathable materials combined with their specially designed soles, this pair of shoes will give you a soft and secure fit for a good run.
Hoka One One Speedgoat 2, trail shoes
This shoes are made for a comfortable run off the road as the shoes are designed to firmly grip lose gravel and ideal for rough terrain.
Saucony Koa TR, trail shoes
Designed for the dirt and uneven terrain that is also paved road worthy. This shoes will take you from the road to the great outdoors.
New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi v2, trail shoes
The price is on the friendly end and it is designed to be stable on uneven grounds for smooth and comfortable running.
Vasque Constant Velocity, trail shoes
Built for multiple terrain, these ones will give you lots of ground grip and more heel support for those down heel runs.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34, beginner’s multiple terrain shoes
It is great for beginners who likes to try many forms of running on many kinds of terrain.
Nike Zoom Vomero 12, beginner’s multiple terrain shoes
Another versatile model from Nike, it is a great everyday shoes which will take you in lots of places.
Adidas Adizero Tempo 9, racing shoes
It is ideal for workouts and races that requires support and comfort.
On Cloudrush, marathon shoes
It is designed to take you far, very far. It is geared towards a comfortable marathon run.