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No. 10 - Reebok ZigLite Run

Was: $100
Now:
 $70
Find It Here:
Champ's Sports

Thanks to a sale over at Champs Sports, you can pick up one of Reebok’s top runners for 30% off. The ZigLite Run is the brand’s flagship running shoe, featuring an upgraded Zig 2.0 outsole. These may not be the best choice for a marathon, but if you’re looking for a simple, reliable runner, give the ZigLite Run a shot for $70.

No. 9 - Under Armour Spine RPM Storm

Was: $110
Now:
$85
Find It Here:
Under Armour

Featuring UA’s truly revolutionary Spine technology, the Spine RPM Storm offers an extremely flexible ride without sacrificing support. The sneakers is embedded with P2i technology to repel water while still maintaining proper breathability. For even more weatherproofing, the shoe features a seamless, water-resistant upper that, not only keeps rain at bay, but also provides structural support for the midfoot and forefoot.<!--nextpage-->

No. 8 - Nike Zoom Elite +

Was: $105
Now: $80
Find It Here:
Champ's Sports

Are you in need of a capable running shoe, but hesitant about dropping big bucks on the supposed top of the line styles? Look no further than the Nike Zoom Elite+. Zoom Air units in the forefoot guarantee that these will be comfortable on the road, and the adaptive fit midfoot piece helps provide a snug, locked down fit. Carbon rubber and Duralon make up the outsole, ensuring that these are durable enough to last you awhile.

No. 7 - Reebok SubLite Pro Rise

Was: $100
Now:
$70
Find It Here:
Finish Line

The SubLite Pro Rise combines modern tech with classic style cues that look just as good on the hardwood as they do on the streets with jeans. The main draw of the SubLite Pro Rise is its light weight and the forefoot flex grooves which offer outstanding flexibility during cuts and transitions. When the Pro Rise released, they retailed at $100, but today a ton of colorways are on sale for $70 over at Finish Line.

No. 6 - New Balance Minimus 20v2

Was: $85
Now: 
$70
Find It Here:
New Balance

Back in August, Sneaker Report praised the New Balance Minimus 20v2 for its low profile and stability. More often than not, the “minimal” concept is attached to running sneakers, however it translates well to this versatile trainer.The Minimus 20v2 can be worn with or without socks, which is great for those who have a strong preference. Its padded collar and lace placement is designed to keep your ankle in an ideal position. The welded seams and no-sew design are meant to prevent chafing, and that’s the last thing you want.

No. 5 - adidas TopTen 2000

Was: $110
Now: $80
Find It Here: Eastbay

A classic style that still performs at the top of its class. This time with elastic 3-Stripes details, luxurious materials on the upper and a molded outsole to keep you closer to the ground. It features a durable full-grain leather upper, soft textile liner for comfort, injected EVA midsole for long-term, lightweight cushioning and a non-marking rubber outsole for traction on the courts and the streets.

No. 4 - Under Armour Micro G Torch

Was: $90
Now: $75
Find It Here: Eastbay

The Under Armour Micro G Torch basketball shoe lights the way for on-court performance. Extremely lightweight, minimally-lined synthetic upper with laser etched perforations offers superior breathability, and is molded to boost lateral and medial support. Breathable mesh tongue adds ventilation to keep you cool. The full-length OrthoLite sockliner provides comfortable support. The high cut makes these a superb choice for big men.

No. 3 - Nike Air Max Limitless 2

Was: $85
Now: $70
Find It Here: Eastbay

Designed for the runner looking for a well cushioned, low-profile running shoe that delivers a superior lightweight ride. Lightweight mesh upper. TPU cage and external midfoot panel provides the perfect blend of comfort, breathability and support. Visible Max Air unit in the heel adds great cushion and a smooth ride. At $70, these are a great pair of runners that will serve their purpose well.

No. 2 - Jordan Flight The Power

Was: $115
Now: $60
Find It Here:
Eastbay

At nearly 50% off their original price, the Jordan Flight The Power is a steal for ballers. The upper is made of full-grain leather and synthetic materials for durability and support, and features a dual-pull lacing system that uses TPU webbing to lock the foot down while making quick cuts on the court. The one-piece sandwich mesh tongue, 3/4 inner sleeve and mesh quarter panels provide ventilation and a comfortable fit. Best of all, the herringbone patterned outsole will maintain a serious grip on the hardwood.<!--nextpage-->

No. 1 - Puma Voltaic 3 NM

Was: $80
Now: $65
Find It Here: Eastbay

The PUMA Voltaic 3 NM offers a fresh spin to the classic PUMA look. This style features the same recognizable details including an eco die-cut sockliner, durable TPU toecap, and reflective midfoot lines, but with a new mesh formstrip for support. It also comes with an all-over-mesh upper that adds not only a lightweight feel, but a fresh modern look to the market. At $65, you'll be able to log serious mileage on these as well as wear them casually.

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