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Saucony Zealot ISO 2 $130

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Every season the Saucony line upgrades a few more styles to its Everun foam and the Zealot is the latest to receive this bump up. The upper benefits from use of the ISO Fit system, a cage-like lacing system that allows a more supportive and conforming midfoot fit. Its proven effectiveness affords a fit missing from a traditional setup.

Nike LunarGlide 8 $120

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One of an increasing handful of shoes that blur the lines between traditional running shoe categories, the LunarGlide 8 is light enough to be a Performance shoe, unobtrusive enough to be a Neutral shoe, and stable enough to be a Motion Stabilizing shoe.

Glycerin 14 $150

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As it motors toward a decade and a half, the Glycerin is a testament to staying power. Building solidly on the strengths of Rounds 12 and 13, the Glycerin 14 emphasizes plush high-mileage comfort. The upper shows a concerted effort to stabilize the midfoot and improve the vamp by reshaping the saddle and using thinner, printed overlays between the saddle and toe.

ASICS Dynaflyte $140

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ASICS has a technology center in Kobe, Japan tasked with developing and testing materials and products for the brand. The new Dynaflyte was the result of considerable effort: A new foam was developed for it, and techniques and materials have been changed, all to infuse new life into ASICS’ shoes. The upper is semiclosed, but breathable mesh.