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8 of the best running sneakers you can buy right now

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In recent years, trends in sneakers have shifted from clunky basketball silhouettes and retro designs to futuristic runners.

Many people wear sneakers strictly for fashion, but there is no question that brands still design shoes with performance in mind first. 

Whether you like taking early morning jogs, doing a couple of miles on the treadmill, or simply want to look good, a great pair of running sneakers is a must.

Most of today's runners are made of knit materials for lightweight comfort and feature cushioning your feel will appreciate. 

Sportswear giants like Nike, Adidas, Puma, and New Balance each make some of the best running sneakers you can buy today. 

If it's time for a new pair of sneakers, consider one of these runners.

Check out the best running sneakers you can buy right now, below:

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Nike Air VaporMax

Nike Air VaporMax

Nike

Nike's Air technology has come a very long way since its debut in 1987. In celebration of the technology's 30th anniversary, the sportswear giant released the Nike Air VaporMax. As a revolutionary take on Air and running sneakers in general, the Nike Air VaporMax features the most Air in any Nike sneaker ever. Using an design intended to strip away all unnecessary elements of a shoe, the VaporMax doesn't have a midsole. Its Flyknit upper sits right on top of three large Air bubbles that make up the outsole. They are super lightweight, comfortable, and provide runners with a bit of bounce in their stride.

Nike Air VaporMax, $190

Adidas Ultra Boost

Adidas Ultra Boost

Adidas

Since its debut in 2015, the Adidas Ultra Boost has easily become one of the most popular sneakers of all time. The sneakers use a Primeknit upper, a plastic cage, and a full-length Boost midsole. The combination of materials make for lightweight sneakers, while Boost provides the highest energy return of any running sneaker. Your feet will stay comfortable even on long runs.

Adidas Ultra Boost, $180 

Puma Ignite Netfit

Puma Ignite Netfit

Puma

The Puma Ignite Netfit is one of the most unique running sneakers you can buy. It features a slip-on knit upper and a customizable lacing system. The net design allows wearers to lace their shoes to provide stability and lock down where they need it most. A full-length IGNITE foam midsole delivers energy return on every stride.

Puma Ignite Netfit, $120

Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017

Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017

Nike

As the name suggests, the Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017 is all about providing runners with a free range of motion. Its Flyknit upper is lightweight and provides a foot-hugging fit. The Free sole features a series of flexible grooves that allow for the foot to move naturally. When you're running (pushing off the ground with your feet or landing in preparation for the next stride) bulky usually soles make that harder. The Free sole allows for natural foot motion.

Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017, $109.97 (Originally $120)

Adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain

Adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain

Adidas

Rough terrain or bad weather doesn't stop the truest of runners. Building off of the design of the original Ultra Boost, the All Terrian version features a water-repellent Primeknit upper with a high ankle collar and tongue to block out the elements. While the side cages are also covered in Primeknit, the heel cup remains plastic. Its full-length Boost midsole is fitted with a rugged rubber Continental outsole.

Adidas Ultra Boost All Terrain, $220

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