Here’s a case for Memorial Day resolutions instead of New Year’s—it’s warmer outside, and there are sales on some of the best workout gear available. Whether you wanted to sign up for a race, reach a PR, or start adding running to your daily routine, there’s no time like the present. Plus, thanks to these sales, you can stock up on some of the most popular running shoes from brands like Brooks, Nike, and Saucony for up to —and sometimes over—50% off!
Memorial Day: Run to Remember favorite shoes from trusted brands so you can start shopping before the long weekend officially starts. Note that size and color section of these shoes are limited, and sale prices may differ, so shop sooner rather than later for the most availability. Shop the best running shoe sales now for Memorial Day 2021.
There’s a newer version of the 1080 out now, but the V10 is still an incredibly cushioned and comfortable trainer that can take you from casual jog to long run. The knit upper is stretchy, soft, and molds to your feet to prevent blistering and give you an overall sock-like feel.
It can be difficult to find a shoe that provides both stability and a snappy, responsive feel, but the Ravenna delivers both with grace. Lightweight and bouncy, this shoe is designed to go fast while keeping your arches supported.
Adidas is known for its bouncy, plush Ultraboost foam—and the high price that accompanies it. The Supernova features Ultraboost only in the heel giving it more of a mid-cushion feel, while also making it a great choice for heel strikers looking for a bit more cushion where they need it most.
Tried and true, you can't go wrong with the Brooks Adrenaline. Thanks to the Guiderails that hug your heel, they are a great option for runners that need some extra support, or even a neutral runner that wants a long-run shoe that will keep them in check when they get tired and their form gets sloppy.
Plush plush plush! The Nimbus is known for its pillowy goodness that can carry you through miles while keeping your feet happy. Though Asics can run a bit narrow, this year's model widened up a bit.
Another fan favorite, the Brooks Glycerin provides cushioning without feeling like you are four inches off the ground. Plus, the cushioning tends to be a bit stiffer and more responsive, making it a great everyday trainer for everything from long runs to speed work to recovery.
Middle of the line cushioning, lightweight, and supportive stability make this a great everyday trainer for runners who need a little extra support. The built-in Wave plate provides both arch support and responsiveness as it bends and flexes with every step.
For long trail runs or hikes, the Timp will keep your feet comfortable with its ample cushioning, foot shaped design, and natural feeling zero drop. The bottom is grippy without being heavy and obtrusive, which is great for newer and experienced trail runners alike.
There's a reason the Peg has been around for almost 40 years—it works. Light but supportive, cushioned but responsive, it can take you from speed work to training run to casual 5K. The super thin tongue sits flat and unobtrusively out of the way, and the raised heel collar keeps your achilles snug and supported.
For new runners, often the best way to go is a midcushioned trainer. It is lightweight and won't weigh you down, and when you start to build up some mileage, it can carry you comfortably into the double digits. The Ride 13 has a streamlined fit, and a plush heel and tongue that give you a little extra cushioning to prevent blistering.