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Our 10 favourite new running shoes

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Our 10 favourite new running shoes, as tested by ShortList staff.

1. Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ £140; store.nike.com. Best on the market: unbelievably light and comfortable

2. Saucony Kinvara 4 £100; en.saucony.co.uk. We were first in UK to test this exceptional minimalist shoe

3. adidas Boost £110; adidas.co.uk. Puts a hefty spring in your step

4. Asics Gel Lyte33 £100; asics.co.uk. Enables natural motion

5. Under Armour Charge RCII £132; underarmour.co.uk. HeatGear fabric keeps you cool

6. New Balance 1080v3 £100; newbalance.co.uk. Well-cushioned despite new lower profile

7. Merrell M-Connect Bare Access 2 £75; merrell.co.uk. Bargain gateway drug for those curious about ‘minimal’ trend

8. Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13 £100; brooksrunning.co.uk. Ultimate shoe for over-pronators

9. Reebok Realflex Speed £70; reebok.co.uk. Perfect for 5k beginners

10. Puma Mobium Elite £85; sweatshop.co.uk. Superior adaptive shoe



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