Shoes1. HOKA ONE ONE Mach Fly at Night ($150)
The latest iteration of HOKA's Mach shoe does not disappoint. Our testers found this sleek new colorway one of the brand's best (catch all the details here) and now they're back in black for running at any time of day or night. Feel perfectly safe on your fall runs in the dark thanks to the black reflective logos, reflective midsole and reflective heel tab. You'll be easy to spot every step of the way. Plus, the sleek color scheme will coordinate perfectly with all your fall gear.
The Mach Fly at Night's are available in women's and men's sizing.
2. Reebok Floatride Run Fast ($140)
Looking for a shoe that you can wear on the track and for logging double-digit miles? Look no further than the Floatride Run Fast. The Floatride Run Foam technology provides a responsive feel without bulking up the design‚ which is so lightweight you'll forget you're wearing shoes at all. The upper is a one-piece Ultraknit that breathable and flexible, and the "3D heel cradle" is specially crafted to eliminate irritation. Plus, the rippled outsole has slightly larger lugs than a typical road shoe, adding traction for speed work and changes in direction.
3. Reebok Nano 8 Flexweave ($130)
While not a traditional running shoe, the eighth iteration of Reebok's well-known Nano cross-training shoe is perfect for those days when strength training is on the schedule. Made for use during weighted and bodyweight movements, these shoes are the perfect pair to give your everyday running shoes a break. With a new "heel bootie construction," you won't slip around while wearing them, plus the low-cut design allows maximum mobility for any exercises you do. Not to mention, the Toe Tection design creates durability for higher intensity workouts.