10 Sneaks Ya Can’t Beat

If those ratty old running sneakers are stopping your game check out these top sneaks. They are sure to leave your feet feeling fine even after those five mile runs.

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The Asics Gel Kayano was awarded "Editor's Pick" in "Runner's World Spring 2009 Running Shoe Guide." The sneakers' added gel is the reason for the shoes comfy cushioning. This shoe may drain the wallet at $140 a pair.
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The Nike Air Zoom Vomero was top ranked by Consumer Reports and awarded Best Update for "Runner's World Magazine." It has amazing cushioning with great stability and flexibility. As a bonus, the sneaks comes equipped with the Nike+ system, which is an electronic system that helps you chart your progress. Dig in that pocket if you want these first place babies, the cost is 130 bucks.
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The New Balance 1063 was named Best Update by "Runner's World." The shoe is said to be durable, snug, and a well-cushioned shoe. Like a lot of great running shoes it has a high price tag, $125.
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Saucony Omni 8 was voted Editor's Choice for "Runner's World Magazines Summer 2009 Shoe Guide." The sneaker has soft cushioning on all areas of the foot and is great for those who have low arches and need a ton of support. It costs 110 bucks.
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The Saucony ProGrid Echelon recieved the Best Debut award for "Runner's World." If you have high arches these shoes are perfect for you. They have a ton of cushioning on the soles and are great for all of you heavy runners! The shoe costs $110.
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The Asics Gel Cumulus 11 is an extremely supportive running sneaker. It even has a memory foam lining! This is ther perfect sneak for those who are looking for a neutral-cushioned shoe. For $100 the Cumulus 11 can be yours.
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The Inov-8 Roclite was rated #1 by Blue Ridge Outdoor Magazine for being the fastest running shoe of 2009. This show is great for trail running and walking, the rubber cleats provide superb grip on any surface. Cough up a mere $95 for these sneaks.
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The Mizuno Wave Nexus was rated by "Runner's World" as the best bang for your buck, costing $80. The shoe is light and has a spacious toe box.
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The Brooks Glycerin 6 is known for it's great fit and breathability. The shoes are weather repellant so that you can run in any and all weather conditions. The price tag's not as bad as the top sneaks, they cost about 78 bucks.
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The Adidas Supernova Sequence 2 really is a star! It is a wonderful sneaker for noraml runners with low arches that need a stable shoe. The shoe has great flexibility and cushioning. Luckily for you the price tag has dropped from $100 to $75.
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