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No. 10 – Skechers GoRun Ultra

Best for: Neutral runners
Makes you feel like: You're wearing the Red Octobers of running shoes

Nate Sanel of RunBlogger worked closely with the team at Skechers to develop the GoRun Ultra, which is available in a very on-trend red based colorway. Placing an emphasis on maximum cushioning and long distance mileage, the GoRun Ultra is powered by a Resalyte midsole with 65% more impact protection than the original GoRun model.

$80

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No. 9 – New Balance 890 v4

Best for: Neutral runners
Makes you feel like: You're part of a professional cycling team

Decked out in a lively Garmin Race Team colorway, the New Balance 890 v4 is great for neutral runners who are looking for just the right amount of pop. It’s constructed with a seamless upper, which is adorned with a classy blue argyle print. Down low, a lightweight RevLite midsole adds responsiveness and shock absorption.

$120

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No. 8 – Brooks Ghost 7

Best for: Neutral to mild pronators
Makes you feel like: Jordan if he didn't sign with the Swoosh

The Brooks Ghost 7 is an outstanding performer, but it’s not exactly the most fashion forward shoe around. Thankfully, this black/red makeup balances things out with a color shifting look that will appeal to runners who can’t quite decide which style to cop.

$120

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No. 7 – Mizuno Wave Sayonara 2

Best for: Neutral to mild pronators
Makes you feel like: So fancy, you already know

In any other colorway, the Mizuno Wave Sayonara 2 would be a little too busy for this list. However, the blue and green radar-like waves are low key enough that they won’t ruin your rep. For performance, there’s a U4ic midsole for a comfortable, cushioned feel.

$120

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No. 6 – Nike Zoom Vomero 9

Best for: Neutral to mild pronators
Makes you feel like: The 5th Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

This  Nike Zoom Vomero 9 colorway is executed with a clean navy blue base and accented by mango and volt pops. On paper, it may seem difficult to blend such a wide range of colors together, but this makeup of the Zoom Vomero 9 pulls it off in grand fashion, resulting in a shoe you won’t be ashamed to take your girl out in.

$130

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No. 5 – Puma Mobium Ride

Best for: Neutral runners
Makes you feel like: You're chillin' at the beach, Ronnie Fieg style

Designed with heel strikers in mind, the Puma Mobium Ride is equipped with a Mobium Band which mimics the foot’s tendons to allow for a more efficient run. The outsole is composed of EverRide+ with EverTrack abrasion resistant rubber in the highest wear areas, so you’ll be able to wear these fresh greys for more than just setting new PRs.

$110

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No. 4 – Newton Motion III

Best for: Mild to moderate pronators
Makes you feel like: A runner from the future

Underpronators will want to check out this crispy colorway of the Newton Motion III. The black and gold base is perfect for fall wear, while the red hits add a little bit of flavor. As far as performance, the Motion III is packed with Action/Reaction tech in the midsole which provides a high level of energy return. Act fast though, because this colorway is limited.

$175

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No. 3 – Saucony Kinvara 5 Runshield

Best for: Neutral runners
Makes you feel like: You just left a show at NYFW to take a run around the block

If fall weather is spotty in your area, consider this weather-resistant version of the Saucony Kinvara 5. It’s designed with a special Runshield upper to keep moisture out, and the sleek navy based upper is sure to win you some cool points. Best of all, PowerGrid cushioning will keep your outings safe and comfortable.

$110

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No. 2 – adidas Energy Boost 2

Best for: Neutral to mild pronators
Makes you feel like: The most interesting man in the world

We already told you red was hot right now, but the only thing hotter is Infrared. Cool down the competition this fall with this vivid makeup of the adidas Energy Boost 2. They’re built with a sock-like TechFit upper that is flexible yet supportive and cushioned by a bouncy Boost midsole. With the way Kanye has been breaking out Three Stripes models lately, this could very well be the next sleeper hit.

$160

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No. 1 – Asics Gel Cumulus 16

Best for: Neutral to mild pronators
Makes you feel like: Spendin' everything on Alexander Wang

All. Black. Everything. You already know the deal. There’s no better way to maintain your rep than these murdered out Asics Gel Cumulus 16s. They Gel Cumulus model has been updated with a new FluidRide midsole to provide even better cushioning and return, while the brand’s time-tested Gel units add further shock absorption in the forefoot and heel.

$110

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