Arc'teryx Endorphin

Though we haven't yet hit fall, next year's latest shoes and gear were on the horizon at this year's Summer Market Outdoor Retailer in Salt Lake City. We got a first look at the latest tech to come from your favorite running and outdoor brands. Take a look at 10 Technologies to Look Forward to New Year and stay tuned as Sneaker Report keeps you informed on the latest from the following brands.

Calvy Click is the Editor-in-Chief of Sneaker Report. When she isn’t writing about performance footwear and apparel, you can find her running around Manhattan to Rick Ross anthems. Keep up if you can on Twitter and Instagram

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Columbia Omni Cool Zero

No. 10 - Columbia Omni-Cool Zero

This stuff works, trust us. Activated by moisture, the Omni-Cool Zero technology is featured in the lining of Columbia's summer apparel to supply a cooling sensation to the skin.

Altra Rock Guard

No. 9 - Altra's Rockguard Sockliner

Altra is definitely a Utah-based brand, as it's runners are very concerned with running on rocky surfaces. This rockguard sockliner makes running over hard spots easy stuff, not to mention that it's slightly contoured to correct any over-pronation.


No. 8 - Keen's Lifetime Guaranteed, Kevlar Enhanced Sock

The Keen Olympus sock has a lifetime guarantee for good reason, it's reinforced with kevlar fibers on the forefoot and heel.

hoka 2

No. 7 - Hoka One One's R-Mat Technology

The Hoka One One running shoe incorporates two units to supply support and freedom with a caged midsole and the R-Mat outsole. While the midsole works to cradle and guide the foot through the strike, the outsole surrounds the midsole for a smooth ride.


No. 6 - Helly Tech

Featured in the men's Odin Moon Light Jacket, "Helly Tech" helps to water and wind proof, as well as maintain breathable construction to keep you cool and dry.

Arc'teryx Endorphin

No. 5 - Arc'teryx Endorphin Running Collection for Men and Women

If you're a fan of the Arc'teryx outerwear, check out their running collection for the same minimal design in a high-performance package. Incorporating systems to move with you like a 5 pocket design, flat lock seams, premium components and extensive product testing all contribute to a high quality product for runners.

Brooks Ravenna

No. 4 - More BioMoGo from Brooks Running

Brooks Running will continue to offer BioMoGo midsoles, expanding the technology to the Brooks Ravenna as the third shoe to receive the earth-friendly technology.

adidas terrex

No. 3 - adidas Outdoors Including Stealth Rubber

FiveTen is known for it's innovative rubber, Stealth, which has now been picked up by adidas after they acquired FiveTen. This sticky rubber is a favorite for climbers and cyclists alike, not to mention Tom Cruise during the development of the latest MI film.


No. 2 - Brooks Running's Updated Nav Band

Brooks Running has upgraded their often used midfoot support strap from a stretchy woven material to a more resilient silicone band.

New Balance Fresh Foam

No. 1 - New Balance Fresh Foam

Taking 3-D printing out of the box, New Balance has developed a midsole technology to respond to the different points of contact throughout the foot through varied levels of foam density underfoot.

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