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BARGAIN ALERT: Own the Gym in the Nike Air Max Express

No. 10 - Nike Air Max Express

Was: $155
Now:
 $90
Find It Here:
Eastbay

The Nike Air Max Express is a high performance trainer with a retro style. Its high top upper utilizes leather and a sleek Hyperfuse skin which reduces weight and provides plenty of ventilation. A large midfoot strap offers necessary lockdown, and can be adjusted as needed. Visible Max Air cushioning in the heel and forefoot offers heavy duty impact protection for larger athletes. Even the rubber outsole is built with stability in mind, featuring an exaggerated sidewall.

No. 9 - Under Armour TR Strive II

Was: $75
Now:
$57
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Under Armour

These 8.75oz trainers are a great choice to consider for the gym. The lightweight mesh upper reduces bulk while keeping things cool and breathable. The full length ArmourBound midsole is low profile but cushioned enough to keep your routine comfortable. A 4D Foam sockliner helps to mold and lock in the foot, while a non-marking rubber outsole provides the traction and durability needed in an everyday gym shoe.

No. 8 - Reebok ZigNano Ignite 2

Was: $100
Now: $70
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Reebok

This week’s focus on Bargain Alert trainers continues with the Reebok ZigNano Ignite 2. Originally priced at $100, these are available today for $70. The Ignite 2 has a synthetic/mesh combo upper which offers the comfort and breahtability you’ll need in the gym. The slimmed down ZigNano midsole offers responsive cushioning whether you’re running or in need of stability while you pump the weights. A removable PU sockliner can be replaced with orthotics for a truly custom fit, and the Transition Bridge technology allows for smooth heel-to-toe transitions.

No. 7 - Saucony Trex

Was: $80
Now:
$60
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Saucony

Meet the Saucony Trex, a neutral trainer which pushes a minimal design without forgoing support. The upper is constructed of synthetic materials for stability, and features an HRC Strobel Board which offers cushion and step-in comfort. Its sock-absorbing midsole uses ProGrid Lite in the heel, which is the brand’s lightest version of ProGrid and 20% more responsive than EVA. A rugged XT-900 outsole provides both traction and durability on a variety of surfaces. This no-frills trainer is a suitable shoe for cardio and hitting the weights.

No. 6 - Under Armour Strive

Was: $75
Now: 
$55
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Under Armour

The Under Armour Strive trainer is built with lightweight mesh on the upper for breathability, which is then supported by structured synthetic overlays. ArmourBound tech helps to keep your foundation stable, as well as cushion your impact when striking the ground. The solid rubber outsole is enhanced with a lateral outrigger, which helps to further add stability. At a little over fifty bucks, these are a suitable training option that will meet your needs in the weight room.

No. 5 - Nike Free Haven 3.0

Was: $100
Now: $80
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The Free Haven 3.0 was built with a seamless upper which matches large perforations for flexibility and ventilation with small perforations for support. The dual-pull lacing system attaches inside of the sneaker and to the midsole, offering lockdown and stability. Meanwhile, the DiamondFLX traction is ready for just about any surface you choose: turf, track, concrete, and hardwood included.

No. 4 - New Balance Minimus Trainer

Was: $80
Now: $60
Find It Here: Eastbay

These Minimus Trainers from New Balance offer a natural ride for your workout. The no-sew mesh upper mimics the style of barefoot runners, offering protection and breathability. The lowest profile EVA midsole in the NB line is used to cushion this trainer, while rubber pods have been placed strategically on the outsole for the most efficient results.

No. 3 - New Balance 623

Was: $65
Now: $50
Find It Here: Eastbay

The NB 625 offers classic style in a no-frills package for the gym. The lightweight leather upper is durable and comfortable enough for extended use. An internal shank provides extra support, while the injection-molded EVA midsole cushions the feel with shock absorption. Finally, a non-marking rubber outsole offers further durability, helping you to get some good use out of these trainers.

No. 2 - Nike Free TR2 Winter

Was: $95
Now: $70
Find It Here:
Eastbay

If you're current trainers aren't keeping you warm enough during turf sessions, you'll want to consider the Nike Free TR2 Winter. The DWR-coated ripstop upper provides water resistance, while the Therma-Fit collar adds warmth. A Phylon midsole cushions the wearer's foot on impact, while Free flex grooves are combined with Diamond Flex for a natural feel. The outsole also features a delta node traction pattern for necessary durability and grip.

No. 1 - Under Armour Micro G Pursuit

Was: $95
Now: $70
Find It Here: Under Armour

This week's Bargain Buy trainer roundup concludes with the Under Armour Micro G Pursuit. Although sizes are limited, it's a great buy if you can fit the high performance trainer. HeatGear materials keep your feet cool and dry, while its sleek construction gives it the feel of a low cut sneaker. Thin Micro G cushioning in the midsole offers comfort and shock protection, while 4D Foam in the footbed molds to the shape of the wearer's foot.