Running Fever

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Whatever sport or activity you are involved in then it highly likely it is going to involve running in some form.  Whether jogging for fitness, running as part of your training regime, putting in the miles for races or simply used as a social gathering; there is no denying that running has that feel good factor and helps to keep you in shape.

When all you really need is a pair of comfortable and supportive running shoes to get you started, here at Lovell Soccer we are encouraging you to get outside or hit the treadmill and start embracing the running lifestyle. You never know where it may take you and it is a fantastic complement to any other activities or training.

 

Mizuno Wave Precision 13 Running Trainer Imperial Blue/Silver/Vibrant Orange

Light and smooth for effortless fast miles, the Mizuno Precision 13 Running Shoe delivers dynamic performance for runners seeking a neutral trainer.

Inspired by nature, the Mizuno Wave’s unique shape dissipates impact forces away from your foot to deliver a smoother and more cushioned feel on every step. The unique design of the sole has also been created for a rocking-chair-like transition running from the heel to the toe on every strike.

For such a light performance running shoe (272g, UK size 8), the Wave Rider 16 comes with plenty of hidden features that are designed to complement and improve your running.

If you are a fan of Mizuno then you may also be interested in their Wave Rider 16 and Wave Ultima 4 running shoes.  

 

Asics Gel Noosa Tri 8 Mens Running Trainer Flash Orange/Flash Yellow/Multi

Look beyond the kaleidoscope of colours engulfing the Asics Gel Noose Tri 8 Mens Running Trainer and you have a high performer that will make your race day unforgettable for all the right reasons.

Weighing in at 280g (UK size 8), one of the key features of the Noosa is the inclusion of a Propulsion Trusstic running along the sole. The aim of this is to mimic the plantar fascia in the arch of your foot to help propel you forward more and create a more efficient running style. Along a similar line is the Impact Guidance System (IGS) which has been designed to enhance the foot’s natural gait from heel strike to toe-off.

Renowned for comfort across their running shoes, Asics continue to impress with the addition of Dual Density Solyte Lasting which employs different densities of material in the heel and forefoot for improved comfort where you need it most. Even the durability of the Noosa cannot be faulted as Asics High Abrasion Rubber (AHAR) is placed over critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.

If these are a bit too colourful then have a look at our Gel Kyano and Gel Hyper 33 Asics running shoes.  

 

Adidas Adizero Feather 2 Running Shoes Corene/Running White

When speed is everything and the lighter the better, it’s time to invest in a pair of Adidas Adizero Feather 2 Running Shoes.

Barely touching the scales at 196g (UK size 8), the Adizero Feather 2 are ultra-lightweight and geared to runners of a serious nature who are on the road to fast times and high performance.

With an Airmesh upper for maximum ventilation and Sprint Web welded frame providing lightweight support and breathability, you would be forgiven for not actually realising you had laced these running shoes up on your feet.

Moving down the shoe and the midsole employs AdiPrene®+ as an effective way of maintaining forefoot propulsion and efficiency whilst the outsole features AdiWear®+ for the best durability in high wear areas.  Moving inside the lightweight but responsive moulded foam insole ensures comfort and cushioning, working in harmony with the Sprint Frame which delivers stability and speed through geometry to create a lightweight and supportive running chassis.

 

Nike Flex 2012 Running Trainer Black/Yellow/Platinum

When you are looking for lightweight cushioning and a responsive fit from your trainers then look no further than the Nike Flex 2012 Running Shoe.

The breathable mesh upper is designed for comfort and to keep the air moving whilst the flexible sole encourages natural freedom of movement.

To ensure a secure and comfortable fit a midfoot strap attaches to the laces and inside the Flex 2012 a moulded sockliner conforms to the shape of your foot for comfort and support.

For a lightweight (243g, UK size 8) and almost barefoot feel, the fused Phylite midsole/ outsole generates a resilient ride which ensures a flexible and smooth feel across your foot. Durability is also enhanced courtesy of carbon rubber under the high-wear areas.

If you don’t fancy this colour then cast your eyes over the royal and navy Nike Flex alternative designs.

 

Under Armour Micro G Mantis Mens Running Shoe Charcoal/Blue/White

Seriously comfortable and lightweight (248g, UK size 8), the Under Armour Micro G Mantis Mens Running Shoes are ideal for casual or serious runners looking for high performance in their footwear.

Featuring Under Armour’s innovative Heatgear® fabric, this helps wick away your sweat to leave your feet feeling cool, dry and light as you pound the streets. On the subject of material, the footbed and heel both incorporate 4D Foam®, designed to cushion and conform to your foot for an enhanced feel and support as you clock up the miles. 

Just when you thought you couldn’t get any more comfort, then the added MPZ® tongue helps protect your foot from abrasion by providing durable and lightweight protection pads at key contact zones.

Moving down the Under Armour G Mantis and the full-length Micro G® cushioning supports your stride and turns cushioned landings into explosive take-offs. This sits aside the solid rubber outsole, for the perfect balance of grip and durability when training on the road or in the gym.

Under Armour are making a mark on the running world so have a look at some of their other releases, including their Charge RC 2 and Micro G Defy running shoes.

 

Jog on over and view are ever-expanding collection of running shoes and trainers from Asics, Mizuno, Nike, Adidas, Under Armour and New Balance.

 

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