7 amazing new sneakers for your spring workouts

7 amazing new sneakers for spring
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7 amazing new sneakers for your spring workouts

This stable, lightweight running sneaker is a SELF staff favorite. And since its made with 20 percent more “boost cushioning,” the brand’s signature layer which is designed to create rebound in your stride, you won’t tire as quickly on your next run.

Adidas Ultra Boost, $130, adidas.com

Across the shoe’s heel and upper runs an air-filled cage that inflates (when pumped—just like you did in the '80s) and conforms to your foot’s specific shape, providing specified support exactly where you need it.

Reebok ZPump Fusion, $110, reebok.com

The reformulated midsole on this classic sneaker delivers just the right balance of support and cushion. While the fit is totally plush, it definitely won't weigh you down.

Nike Flyknit Lunar 3, $150, nike.com

These sneaks are worn by the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt—isn't that enough reason to want a pair? Besides, everything about its design is made to make your next run faster and more comfy, including the high-rebound cushioning that helps return the energy from your stride.

Puma Ignite, $100, puma.com

The Zante delivers ample cushioning while remaining superlight. (Perfect for packing for long summer weekend trips!) Bonus: the mesh upper gives toes to move so they don't feel constrained.

New Balance Fresh Foam Zante, $100,newbalance.com

An update to the brand's popular model, this pair's ideal for runners looking for a firmer midsole and snug fit. There's also more material under the heel and forefoot for a smoother, more responsive run.

Mizuno Wave Rider 18, $120, mizunorunning.com

This lightweight trainer is made for all runners. We haven’t tested this one yet, but the Solana model boasts a seamless internal layer that helps eliminate blisters. Plus the ACR (all conditions running) edition is ready to tackle April's showers—the lugs grip wet surfaces to prevent slips mid-run.

Zoot Solana ($100) and Solana ACR ($110),zootsports.com


You spring-clean your house and pack up your winter gear, so why not do the same for your sneaker collection? Now that the warmer temps are finally upon us (and hopefully here to stay), you'll have more reasons to get outside and log a few miles.

Maybe you'll be inspired to sign-up for a triathlon or half-marathon. Or maybe you just want to look sporty (and chic) while walking your dog. Regardless of your choice of activity, check out the best lightweight, responsive sneakers that deliver ample cushioning and stability exactly where you need it the most.

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