New Balance Zante
I can personally say that these are the best running shoes I have ever used in my life. These shoes have special material and made to make runners feel comfortable while they run. The featherweight Zante has ample cushioning in the heel, and a solid feel under the forefoot for a quick toe-off. The upward angle of the toe further speeds the transition from landing to launch. The forefoot is wide and breathable. Several testers found it hard to get the tension right around the midfoot, which hugs the arch tightly, but all praised the shoe's weight; many said it could double as a racing flat. The Zante (named for a beach in Greece) uses New Balance's Fresh Foam material in a go-fast package—where it gives its best performance to date. This less-dense version of the foam provides strong cushioning in the heel but is solid under the ball, propelling your foot quickly off the toe. Featuring a new shoe shape that hugs around the arch (some felt it is too tight), a low-profile midsole and a pronounced toe spring, the Zante could be the lovechild of New Balance's Boracay and their popular 1400 racing flat. Testers praise the lightweight performance; they say how "snappy" the shoe feels underfoot, while still providing cushioning. "The ride from these shoes is absorbing and bouncy, smooth and fast," a tester says. I fully agree with what they say. If anyone is looking for a good running shoe, I highly recommend these shoes. They sell them at runners high and sports authority. You can also order them online.