The Top 6 Women’s Running Shoes of 2013

On Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

When running, or jogging, using the proper shoes is always a huge factor.

You want to have high-quality shoes that won’t effect your performance when running.

You also want to feel incredibly comfortable as you run, because if you don’t feel comfortable in your shoes, you’ll likely just replace them soon enough anyways.

You also want your shoes to look fairly nice as you run so you can look your best. In this post we’ll outline the top 6 best running women’s shoes of 2013.

1. Brooks PureDrift:

These shoes are great for any runner who needs to have some small, lightweight running shoes. These shoes are one of the lightest pairs of running shoes you’ll find on the market, no matter where you look.

If you’re looking for some lightweight, comfortable running shoes, you’ll love these, however they don’t look the best, so if you’re all about looks, move on to another pair of shoes.

2. ASICS Gel-Noosa Tri 7:

If you’re a runner who needs style in their shoes, these would be the kind of shoes you should look for. A bit more heavy, these shoes aren’t the best if you’re looking for some lightweight shoes.  However, these shoes are incredibly trendy and good-looking, perfect if you need your running shoes to look great on you.

3. Reebok ZigTech 2.0:

These shoes are very heavy, so beware if you need lightweight shoes. However, these women’s shoes do provide a huge benefit that some running shoes don’t have – they are breathable.  They are also very manly looking and aren’t the typical pink running shoes you’ve come to expect when buying running shoes for a girl.

4. Skechers Women’s Go:

These shoes are incredibly popular in the running shoe market, and for a good reason. They are incredibly lightweight, although they look like they’re very heavy. However, they provide a lot of ventilation and breath-ability for when you’re running for a long time.

Last but not least, they look fairly good as well, whether you’re running with them, or walking down the street.

5. Nike Flyknit One:

This pair of shoes features a very low ankle, so if that’s a feature you need these shoes are probably for you. They also stretch very well, so you’ll have no trouble with the comfort of these shoes.

They look just like your typical 1990′s shoes, with a very minimalistic look; nothing fancy that sticks out, yet nothing that looks bad either.

6. K-Swiss Women’s Tubes Run 100:

These shoes are incredibly solid, stable, and lightweight. If you’re looking for a solid and supportive shoe that will edge you forward on long runs, these shoes will definitely help.

They are also available in a few different colors, and look really good so you’d have no problem wearing them anywhere from in the office to walking around your home.

Picking the right women’s running shoes is essential if you’re serious about running for a long time. You want shoes that will be around to support you and won’t fall apart on you after a few months. Hopefully this post helped you in selecting the right shoes for yourself.

About - Narendra is the editor of, a freelance writer, photographer, style blogger and PR strategist. He loves fashion and style and unashamedly expresses his interests.

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