Women’s Running Shoes
On trail, on street, on trend. Women’s running shoes are ready to go anywhere.
Fab. Fierce. And everything in between. No matter what look you like, Champs Sports has the women’s running shoes to match.
Glide with the Swoosh
The Nike Roshe Run debuted in 2012 as an affordable gateway into the world of minimalist-inspired running shoes. It’s since become a more laidback, go-anywhere staple that’s as comfortable as it is versatile. A chunky midsole/outsole cushions every step, while a knit upper not only lets your feet breathe but also adds a visually interesting texture.
If you like softness to your step and bounce in your stride, the Swoosh has you with the Nike Epic React Flyknit series. Billed as 11% softer than the Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit 2 and with a foam midsole that offers 13% more bounce, the Nike Epic React 2 is built to go the distance for your comfort.
adidas has been a strong name in the sneaker game for more than 70 years, and its Originals lineup features callbacks to its vault of great looks.
The adidas Originals NMD series combines elements from three of its classic running silhouettes: the Micro Pacer (1984), the Rising Star (1985), and the Boston Super (1986). All three models featured color-contrasting foam blocks under the heel and forefoot calling visual attention to midsole cushioning.
PUMA is another brand with an athletic history and a street-smart future. Look for the embodiment of this combination in the PUMA Muse Metal, which adds hits of metallic shine to a silhouette drawn straight from the archives.
ASICS has developed a well-earned reputation for propelling serious runners through barrier after barrier. That swooping logo is instantly recognizable as a symbol of how seriously you take your own workouts, and ASICS’ diversely designed uppers add just the touch of flair you want.
For a nod to great running silhouettes that have become street staples, look no further than New Balance. The 574 came to life in 1988 as a high-end running shoe but has remained on point as a go-anywhere look ever since.