Nike Zoom Fly SP
While Nike’s Vaporfly series was engineered to break the two-hour marathon mark, the Zoom Fly SP leans more toward lifestyle. It still has the signature pointed heel and built-in carbon fiber-nylon plate to spring you forward, but the crazy lightweight ripstop upper and hefty Lunarlon sole make for casual shoe that looks fast.
adidas Running Ultra Boost
At this point, adidas’ enormously successful crossover hit is more known for its everyday comfort than the promise of better running when it debuted in 2013. The sneaker really speaks for itself: a full-length Boost midsole with durable rubber treads and a tight Primeknit upper that ensures a secure, but breathable ride, making the Ultra Boost a more than reliable choice.