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Welcome to RunningShoes.com, a site dedicated to footwear for runners. We have been passionate about serving the running community since 1996. We outfit athletes of all shapes and sizes in the best brands of running shoes at the lowest prices. Whether you need shoes for a neighborhood jog or a cross-country run, this site was built from the ground up for you. Shop using intuitive site filters or call our dedicated staff. Either way, here’s to feeling great at the finish line.

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Recent Customer Reviews

ASICS GEL-Lyte33 3

4 out of 5

Super Comfortable!!!!
Reviewer: Lauren | Tazewell
Date: 7/2/2015

Very comfortable and ware well, however I have only worn the shoes about a week and the clear coating on the sides of the shoe is getting small tears :(

Brooks Beast 14

5 out of 5

Best Running Shoe I've ever owned
Reviewer: JC | Katy
Date: 7/1/2015

Great shoes ~ perfect running shoe with good arch support!

Brooks PureGrit 3

5 out of 5

should be called "PureLove"
Reviewer: Trish | Colorado Springs
Date: 7/1/2015

These are the best trail shoes I've ever owned. Plenty of support and traction without the bulk and the weight. I've always depended on Solomon for trails but fell in love with the Pure series and won't go back.

Merrell Vapor Glove 2

5 out of 5

Perfect shoe for the gym
Reviewer: Josh | St. Louis
Date: 7/1/2015

These shoes are amazing. Like being barefoot, but with protection for the bottom of the foot. I do TRX and martial arts in them- like kung-fu shoes!! So glad I got them

Under Armour SpeedForm Apollo Vent

5 out of 5

Good Seller
Reviewer: Mauricio Peraza | Uruguay
Date: 7/1/2015

100 % recommended

Salomon XR Crossmax 2

5 out of 5

Love these shoes
Reviewer: Pam | zephyrhils
Date: 6/30/2015

I have gotten three pairs of these shoes I love the fit ant feel and quality of them

Hoka One One Clifton

5 out of 5

Love this sneaker!
Reviewer: Marlise | West Chester
Date: 6/29/2015

Based on a recommendation from a local running store employee, I researched this brand and model. It was less expensive on this website. I read the reviews and ordered 1/2 size smaller than usual and it fit perfectly. This show is very lightweight and has a lot of room in the toe area. I've completed some runs in them and my knees legs felt good afterward, which is good because I've been having issues when running in my saucony sneakers. I recommend these sneakers to overpronaters like myself and to anyone who needs extra support.

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 15

5 out of 5

excellent sneaker!!
Reviewer: Rich | new london
Date: 6/28/2015

very comfortable.excellent cushion inside.

Brooks PureConnect 4

5 out of 5

Injury free running
Reviewer: Keith | Hudson NH
Date: 6/27/2015

I have been running for about 7 years now. I always has some pain(knees, hip, ankles) with all other shoes. Even those fitted and purchased at running specialty stores. Decided to try these about 3 years ago and have had zero injuries. You have to give them a little time because if you are not used to the minimalist shoes, you will find muscles that you never knew you had (especially in you calves), If you are a neutral runner these are for you.

Altra 3-Sum 1.5

3 out of 5

A little on the tight side; take some getting used
Reviewer: First Pair of Altras | Scranton / Wilkes-Barre
Date: 6/27/2015

I am not a triathlete, but I bought those for running (mainly marathon training) and occasional gym workouts. Like other reviewers have mentioned, the shoes have a pretty wide toe box, which is great. In that respect, they are very similar to the Merrell Bare Access Ultras I own. However, unlike those, the Altras feel tight directly on top of the toes (?) - very unusual, I've never had a pair of shoes that felt like that. Not really a deal breaker, but pretty strange nonetheless.. At first I thought I should've gotten a half size larger, but those would've been too wide and too big. I did a few 3-5 mi runs in these, and they are OK, especially once you break them in. I also tried running sockless, but that's not my thing, plus I got a little bit of chafing on top of my little toe, so it's back to socks for me. Another thing that's different about these shoes is how much they work your calves. I know they are zero drop, but I've run in zero drop Merrells and Newtons (not really minimalist, but still..), and the Altras definitely feel very different. Of course, that may be just the fact that I'm trying to avoid the tightness on top of the toe box and that's affecting my form probably. The lacing system is OK, nothing overly impressive, but not a real hindrance either. I'm used to Salomon's quick lacing, which is pretty amazing, so I didn't mind Altra's attempt to come up with something similar - unlike a few reviewers who didn't really like it. Overall, decent shoes, thought I'm just not sure about the price point. I got them on sale for around $65 (MSRP $130), so for me it was worth it. At $130, I probably would've returned them.