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Updated on October 9, 2013
Fall may mean pumpkin-flavored everything, Saturdays spent at the football stadium and the return of your favorite TV show. But our favorite thing about the changing seasons? Fall running. Because is there anything better than running down a street with crisp reds, yellows and oranges flooding your vision?
This October, add some spice to your fall shoe rotation with one of these fresh picks, hot off our warehouse shelves. Tried one of these new pairs? Let us know what you think in the comments!
Our Price: $199.95
The Kinsei is the five-star resort of running shoes: luxurious, pampering and ready to wait on you hand and foot. It’s Asics’ premium trainer, so this beauty is dressed in top-of-the line materials. With Asics’ FluidRide midsole compound, the shoe’s responsiveness is light and fluffy. A FluidFit upper hugs the foot and moves with it, so seamless it feels like you’re wearing a sock. The can’t-miss gel heel, or Discrete Heel Unit, provides the highest level of shock absorption and stability that Asics offers, making the Kinsei an ace pick for heel strikers.
Our Price: 119.95
Who says all addictions are bad? Brooks defies the notion with the crowd-favorite Addiction, a support shoe for overpronators. In its newest iteration, Brooks included a caterpillar crash pad (i.e., the separated pods) on the lateral side of the shoe. This creates the smoothest landing possible. Brooks DNA in the midsole gives runners cushioning and responsiveness that is tuned to their individual weight, gait and speed needs. But it’s not only the outside that changed. The shoe also boasts an Ultimate Sockliner to cradle the foot like a pillow. This is one addiction you won’t want to cure.
Our Price: $120 // Our Price: $110
Saucony’s newest shoes are just in time for early morning wake-up calls and squeezing in a run after the sun goes down. Bright, vibrant colors paired with reflective details give runners an edge when running during low-light levels. How much of an edge? 360 degrees worth of flash, baby! The technology pops some pizazz on the Ride 6 and Kinvara 4, so neutral runners and minimalist lovers alike can tell the world they’re coming from miles away.