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The Best Running Shoe Prime Day Deals

Take advantage of Amazon’s annual sale and snag a pair.

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Mournful Friday is still approximately a month and a half away, but if you’re already due for new running shoes, fear not. Retire those worn trainers and scour Amazon’s abundance of Prime Day deals October 13 and 14 to find a pair—or two—of new kicks.

[Related: What Runners Need to Know About Amazon Prime Day 2020]

Take advantage of this annual event with a Prime membership; the yearly cost is $119, and the monthly subscription is $12.99. Perks include approachable members-only deals on Prime Day and free two-day shipping.

Attentive are a bunch of our favorite running shoes on sale today and tomorrow. Freedom back periodically, as we’ll be updating this when more Prime Day shoe deals pop up.

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New Balance FuelCell Echo v1

Buy Women’s

Originally $100 

The FuelCell family of New Balance’s running shoes is known for competitive-bent construction. At the core is the FuelCell midsole, a nitrogen-based foam that provides propulsive toe-off. The Echo has a rippled rubber outsole for reliable traction and a sock-like engineered knit upper.

[Related: The Best New Balance Running Shoes]

New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon v2

Buy Women’s

Originally $120

New Balance’s Fresh Foam Beacon v2 belongs in the class beside the original Hoka One One Clifton and Saucony’s Kinvara line. Lightweight and ultra-soft, this shoe is ideal for competitive long-distance racing. The second iteration has an improved fit with a comfortably roomier upper.

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Mizuno Wave Sky Waveknit 3
Now 37% off

Buy Women’s 
Originally $160

A tester described the Wave Sky Waveknit’s ride as “comfortable, dispersive, and responsive.” The above is all achieved with its layers of three foams in the midsole. One of them, XPOP, is made of bouncy TPU pellets fused in PU foam. This enhances durability and energy return.

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Under Armour Charged Bandit 5

Originally $61

Runners love the Bandit for all-over comfort, from its two-toned, breathable mesh upper down to its Charged Cushioning midsole. The latter is firmer in the heel and softer in the forefoot for a high-rebound landing and push-off.

Mizuno Wave Rider 23 Waveknit

Buy Women’s

Originally $76

The Wave Rider delivers snappy turnover thanks to the Wave plate in its midsole. The outsole is durable, with thick carbon rubber in the heel and lighter blown rubber in the forefoot.

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Under Armour Charged Rogue 2

Originally $80

The dual midsole in the Rogue translates to comfort and high rebound on your run, while an external heel counter provides stability and support. The shoe also has reflective details for 360 visibility.

Adidas Duramo 9

Originally $60

The comfy and plush Duramo 9 was already at a bargain price, but this Prime Day deal makes it literally a steal. A heel pad in the Cloudfoam midsole provides soft cushioning and support. The Adiwear outsole is made of non-marking, no-slip rubber. The women’s shoe runs large, so you may need to size down.

[Related: The Best Adidas Running Shoes]

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