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Brooks Women's Ghost MAX Running Shoes

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WAS: $149.99*

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Altra Women's Torin 7 Trail Running Shoes

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WAS: $149.99 - $159.99*

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Salomon Women's Speedcross 6 GTX Trail Running Shoes

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WAS: $159.99 - $164.99*

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Brooks Women's Hyperion Max Running Shoes

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WAS: $169.99*

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Salomon Women's Speedcross 6 Trail Running Shoes

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WAS: $139.99 - $144.99*


Learn More About Buying Women’s Running Shoes

Running is one of the most freeing outdoor activities, allowing you to care for both your mind and body. To enjoy yourself, you need the perfect pair of women's running shoes. Keep the following considerations in mind while choosing.


More cushioning can mean more comfort, but it can also reduce the firmness of your connection to the ground. If you're concerned about your heels striking the ground too hard, you'll want shoes with extra heel cushioning. Forefoot cushioning is good if you aim to reduce the impact on the front half of your feet.

Less cushioning will give your feet a firmer platform to push off from. That can help you get a better feel for the ground. However, it doesn't provide much protection.

For a good balance, pick shoes with moderate cushioning.

Running Type

Some running shoes have built-in stability features. They'll keep your feet from moving around too much inside your shoes, which is important for keeping them healthy.

Surface Type

Women's trail running shoes have more prominent lugs on the soles, meaning they'll provide more traction in many conditions. Additionally, these shoes have reinforced uppers to protect your ankles from any pebbles or sticks you might kick up.

Women's road running shoes are flatter on the bottom, which provides a stable platform on even surfaces. They also have more cushioning.


If you plan to run somewhere slippery, you'll want slip-resistant running shoes. They can be helpful both on slick pavement and soft dirt. Waterproof shoes are perfect if you're at risk of stepping in puddles.

No pair of running shoes is complete without the right socks! Check out our selection of women's running socks.