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No. 1 – New Balance 890v2
An updated version of the NB890, these runners are engineered with lightweight performance in mind. They've been specially designed to meet the competitive requirements of Team NB runner Andy Baddeley, which will make even the most novice of runners feel as if they're on a pro level. The 890v2 is designed so that each part has a purpose and function, leaving the unnecessary add-ons in the dust.
No. 2 – New Balance 630
The NB630 aims for a close-to-the-ground feel for a natural motion run. With materials chosen for optimal flexibility and breathability, these allow runners to experience the minimal, barefoot style without sacrificing stability.
No. 3 – Saucony Fiya
Saucony's Fiya model aims to shed the weight for a comfortable feel. The upper's breathable mesh and HRC+ Strobel Board combine for comfort upon step-in and a plush ride. Meanwhile, its triangular lug design will maintain traction on a variety of surfaces.
No. 4 – New Balance 110
These trail-ready runners are no joke, just look at the results of the TrailRunner Editor's Choice awards for further proof. These won "Best Minimalist" option in the most recent awards, and at their price, are one of the best bargains you'll come across. Tried and tested features meet the latest tech upgrades for a smooth and responsive trail runner.
No. 5 – adidas Climawarm Blast
The Climawarm Blast are built with flex in mind. The chunky outsole offers maximum flexibility, while the upper uses breathable air mesh for a responsive, comfortable ride. Climawarm tech is integrated to keep the runner warm during cold sessions.
No. 6 – adidas Adizero Feather 2.0
At 7.3oz, the Adizero Feather's model name could be taken literally. As one of the lightest runners on the market, these runners are enhanced with Adiprene in the forefoot for a comfortable feel. The Adiwear outsole will add durability to the highest wear areas, so these will last a bit longer than your standard running sneakers.
No. 7 – Saucony Fastwitch 5
These racing flats are ready to go for both training days and race day. At 7.8oz, the lightweight runners feature an air-mesh upper with welded overlays. The XT-900 outsole offers strong traction while maintaining durability. Features a 4mm heel-to-toe offset.
No. 8 – Puma Faas 800 S
Designed for overprontators, the Faas 800 S is equipped to withstand the most aggressive runs. Air mesh upper offers proper air flow, while the IdCELL midsole teams with BioRide for an easy toe-off. The rubber outsole is equipped with EverRide and EverTrack tech for extra durability.

No. 9 – Reebok Premier ZigFly

The ZigFly features a modified Reebok ZigTech sole known as ZigNano, which is a more lightweight and responsive version of the cushioning than its standard form. The upper features SmoothFit seams, which help to counteract irritation. Meanwhile, the PlayDry lining will keep you cool and comfortable.
No. 10 – Brooks Green Silence
Environment-friendly running shoes? That's exactly what you'll get with the Brooks Green Silence. The sustainable sneakers use soy-based inks and recycled materials, and still manage to be a high performer. Its BioMoGo midsole is the world's first biodegradable running shoe midsole, and the upper is a nearly seamless layer of mesh that will keep you cool and dry.