The Best & Most Comfortable Fitness Shoes EVER!

Ok I have recently done some in depth research in the hunt for the most comfortable sneakers and I have found some great sneakers!!! Let me share my findings with you…

First the Adidas Women’s Megabounce/Running Shoe tops my list. I own 3 pairs of these sneaks and absolutely LOVE them!!! I thought when I was buying the shoes that the “bounce bubbles” were just a sales ploy but after wearing them for a while I realized they only got better with age, more and more comfortable, and are incredibly durable! I have a bad back now and wearing these shoes give me the ability to stand on my feet for 12 hours with out fatiguing my feet, legs, or causing back pain! They are truly amazing! The Adidas Megabounce + Running Shoes are available in men’s too.

The second shoe that takes the cake is the Nike SHOX TURBO+ VI Womens Running Shoes. These offered similar comfort to the adidas bounce but not the same. The Nike SHOX only has the shock absorbers in the heal as oppose to the entire foot. I found the shox feature to be very comfortable and the Nike SHOX feature was great but the Nike SHOX has padding at the ball of the foot which I think will eventually wear out and turn uncomfortable over time.Nike Shox are available in mens too!

The third shoe is the New Balance Zip. This great and comfortable shoe is comparable to the Adidas bounce and is super durable. The zip is extremely stylish with bright colored shock absorbing soles to choose from and is incredibly supportive for all day wear. It is also a light weight shoe that allows your feet to breath by offering a mesh outer foot covering and a super supportive rubber sole. The New Balance Zip is also available in Men’s shoes too.

So if you are looking for an incredibly comfortable fitness shoe that will allow you to last all day on your feet  before and or after your workout, defiantly buy one of these three shoes! You will not be disappointed!

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