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The shoe fits

The shoe fits

The shoe fits

Cross-trainers are lightweight and tech-filled. Man Machine rounds up eight of the best

Adidas Adipure Trainer 360

This is great for anyone who seeks variety in the gym. Hardest workers

will love the odour-destroying sockliner.

£65

adidas.co.uk


Nike Free Trainer 5.0

A shoe that works with you in training. The bands support lateral movement and the ‘Free’ sole flexes for natural foot motion.

£85

store.nike.com


Adidas Adipure Trainer 1.1

You’ll reap rewards if you’re brave enough to try these. Our daring tester loved them for floorwork, but avoid the treadmill.

£70

adidas.co.uk


Reebok CrossFit Nano U-Form

The only shoe on this list that you bake in the oven. Seriously. For weights and resistance, these are heated to mould to your feet.

£99

reebok.co.uk


Asics GT-1000

A popular choice from Asics, the GT-1000 is a durable shoe with the brand’s Gel cushioning pushing this model into the elite.

£90

asics.co.uk


Under Armour Micro G Toxic Six

They look ostentatious, but the skills back them up. The laces here are offset to reduce pressure on the top of your foot.

£90

underarmour.co.uk


Vivobarefoot The One

Described as “the ultimate in-gym barefoot performance shoe”, this is one of the most ‘minimal’ trainers around.

£84

vivobarefoot.com/uk


New Balance 890v3

Great looking, mostly designed for neutral running, but adept at anything gym-based due to their comfort and versatility.

£80

newbalance.co.uk