Top Rated Running Shoes

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Selection

Take your training to the next level with top rated running shoes from DICK’S Sporting Goods. Explore dozens of top rated running shoes from trusted names such as Nike®, Brooks®, Under Armour®, New Balance®, asics® and many more.

Whether you’re looking for a shoe with extra cushioning for long runs, a lightweight training shoe for speed workouts or a motion-control shoe with stabilizing features, you’ll find a terrific variety of top rated running shoes to meet your needs and your style. Choose from running shoes with highly durable outsoles, sturdy yet lightweight midsoles, well-ventilated uppers and other innovative design features that help to improve the comfort and functionality of each pair.

Expert Advice

When browsing the selection of top rated running shoes at DICK’S Sporting Goods, it’s a good idea to keep the following considerations in mind:

  • Your running mechanics should be a primary factor when choosing a running shoe. Neutral running shoes are designed for runners whose feet do not overpronate or underpronate when striking the ground. If your feet roll inward excessively or roll outward, look for a motion-control shoe designed to help you maintain proper foot position when running.
  • If you do a large percentage of your running on trails, consider a shoe designed for offroad training. These shoes often include features like mesh outers and water-resistant materials to help keep mud and dirt from entering the shoe.

When browsing the selection of top rated running shoes at DICK’S Sporting Goods, it’s a good idea to keep the following considerations in mind:

  • Your running mechanics should be a primary factor when choosing a running shoe. Neutral running shoes are designed for runners whose feet do not overpronate or underpronate when striking the ground. If your feet excessively roll inward or roll outward, look for a motion-control or stability shoe designed to help you maintain proper foot position when running.
  • If you do a large percentage of your running on trails, consider a shoe designed for offroad training. These shoes often include features like mesh outers and water-resistant materials to help keep mud and dirt from entering the shoe.