Nike Pegasus 30
For June, Nike launched an update to their legendary neutral trainer, the Pegasus. The 30th incarnation of the this shoe features many of the same elements that made the Pegasus 29 successful, including the very well cushioned and responsive midsole. However, the upper now uses no-sew overlays for improved fit and reduced friction. This classic model retains its place as a solid choice for neutral wearers.
Saucony Ride 6
Indroducing the June update to the Saucony Ride, now in its sixth edition! The most notable improvement to the Ride occurs within the midsole, as Saucony upgraded the cushioning system from ProGrid to PowerGrid, the same cushioning found in other popular Saucony models - Hurricane, Triumph, and Cortana. PowerGrid boasts an easy and fluid stride transition with premium shock absorbency. Our staff members have noticed an even nicer feel upon impact and push-off compared to the shoe's predecessor. This shoe is a go-to for neutral runners looking for lightweight yet reliable trainers.