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New Women's Running Shoes



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Discover New Women’s Running Shoes

Refresh your running regimen with new women’s running shoes from DICK’S Sporting Goods.

Check out the newest running trends and just-released styles with our collection of new running footwear for women. You can log miles with the brands experienced runners trust, including Nike®, Brooks®, New Balance®, Saucony® and Under Armour®.

Find the shoe that fits your run—select from a variety of colors and styles to match your personality. Shop neutral, motion-control and stability shoes for footwear that matches the unique mechanics of your gait cycle.

Buying Tips

The latest running shoes are optimized to promote comfort and an efficient gait cycle.

Look for new women’s running shoes that feature a lightweight upper for strategic breathability. Mesh and perforated paneling ensure natural airflow. Uppers cut for a low-profile fit give your foot a locked-in feel as your pushing the pace.

The midsole of your running shoe should be lined with a responsive material that absorbs and disperses shock. Many innovative midsole materials, including EVA and polyurethane, are designed to promote comfort and stability.

Sock liners are a must-have in your running shoe. This feature helps improve fit and comfort from within the shoe. Many are designed to help wick away perspiration to keep you dry and fresh.

The outsole of your running shoe should be designed for traction. Runners who frequently trek off-road or on trails might opt for a trail-running shoe, which features a more aggressive outsole construction.

Expert Advice

When you run, you’re heel strikes the ground first, then rolls slightly inward. Your foot’s arch then flattens to help absorb the shock. These natural mechanics help protect your joints. Related to this movement, runners typically fall into three categories:

  • Runners with “normal” pronation are biomechanically efficient runners and should use neutral trail running shoes.
  • Runners with overpronation experience an exaggerated inward roll following heel strike. These athletes can stabilize their run with motion control trail shoes or stability trail shoes.
  • Runners with under-pronation experience an outward roll of the foot following heel strike. This tendency results in insufficient shock absorption upon impact. Runners with this trait should opt for stability and motion control shoes that provide ample cushioning

Learn more about running shoes at DICK’S Sporting Goods.