- Everyday shoes - Most versatile option - Can handle all the running that most people do - Most durable (300 - 600 miles)
- Lightweight shoes - Best for faster workouts or races - Less durable than everyday shoes - Generally less cushioned than everyday shoes. Not as durable (200 - 500 miles)
- Racing shoes - Used for peak performances, race day for experienced runners, fast paced interval workouts. Least durable shoe (100-300 miles). Racing shoes with added technology like a carbon fiber plate or nylon plate may only last for 150 miles and are not recommended for beginner runners.
Shoes are also characterized by Pronation Control, Heel-toe-offset and Stack Height.
Launch & GTS, Glycerin GTS, Hyperion Tempo, Arora, Saucony Shift, Hoka Mach 4, Clifton Edge, Nike Infinity React, Invincible, React Miler, wave Inspire.