The past month has been a busy one here at Running Warehouse, with many new footwear models arriving just in time for the impending madness that is the holiday season (and yes, we realize its only early November). For those of you spending more time running than constantly checking our inventory, here’s a brief overview of some of the more popular kicks that have recently appeared at our doorstep.
The latest Kayano treats fans to a lighter package, dropping half an ounce in both the Men’s and Women’s versions. It continues to provide plenty of overpronation support as well as plush cushioning for runners looking for a premium ride.
(Shop Men’s Kayano 19 and Women’s Kayano 19)
This fan favorite from Brooks is now in its 13th iteration. No groundbreaking changes here, though expect more forefoot flexibility due to the addition of deep flex grooves in the outsole.
(Shop Men’s Adrenaline 13 and Women’s Adrenaline 13)
Continuing to be a solid pick for the neutral runner looking for good underfoot protection and a responsive ride, the Rider 16 gets a new upper which shaves off around an ounce in both Men’s and Women’s models.
(Shop Men’s Rider 16 and Women’s Rider 16)
Also from Mizuno is the 9th version of the Inspire, which loses a fair share of weight in this update. Runners who loved the Inspire 8 can expect the same great support and ride in its successor.
(Shop Men’s Inspire 9 and Women’s Inspire 9)
Saucony’s Guide is fast becoming a strong staff-pick here at RW, and with a decoupled crash pad for a smoother ride as well as a more durable outsole rubber in this newest edition, we’re diggin’ it more than ever.
(Shop Men’s Guide 6 and Women’s Guide 6)
Another from Saucony, the latest Triumph gets a fresh new look and a more flexible ride with the addition of another flex groove in the forefoot. A redesigned upper with new ‘underlays’ provides a more supportive and secure fit.
(Shop Men’s Triumph 10 and Women’s Triumph 10)