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3 pairs of running shoes Well+Good readers swear by


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sneakrsWelcome to our every-so-often series of questions to discover how you, our readers, live a super interesting, healthy life. We totally invite you to dish on your habits, preferences, and know-how in the Comments, and we may even use our favorite ones in an upcoming article! 

This week, we wanted to know: What are the running shoes you totally rely on?

After reading your responses (which you can still see, and add to, in the comments below) we noticed a lot of our readers were fans of the same pairs of sneaks (or at least the same brands) for long runs and interval sprints.  Here’s a quick list of Well+Good readers’ favorite tried-and-true running sneakers, in case it’s time for you to lace up a new pair, soon.—Jennifer Hare

 

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nike1. Nikes…of many kinds

The Nike Juvenate (pictured) got applause from many, with honorable mentions for the Flyknit Lunar and Air Zoom Pegasus.

(Photo: Nike)

 

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mizuno2. Mizuno Wave Rider

It’s not surprising that runner cult favorite Mizuno has some devoted fans among Well+Good readers.  The Wave Rider, which gets updated often with new features, is always a top pick for those logging serious miles.

(Photo: Mizuno)

 

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adidas3. Adidas Ultra Boost

This cushiony-yet-responsive shoe only debuted a few years ago but has already earned it’s spot among the heavy hitters, getting readers through countless races and trail runs.

For days when you don’t feel like running, check out these sneakers that are best for other workouts. And feel free to continue to weigh in on your favorite running shoes in the Comments, below.

(Photo: Adidas)