At Boulder Running Company we pride ourselves on giving you the best prices on the best gear when we hold a sale. Come into one of our four locations or shop online to see everything we have on sale. But meanwhile, here’s just a little teaser to get you started.
Runners who want less shoe that’s low-to-the-ground prefer the Brooks PureConnect (regularly $89.95, now $58.47). At just 7.2 ounces, the toe box has a separate area for the big toe to function independently of the other four toes. This structure engages a runner’s natural balance. The inverted heel promotes a more forward landing position that helps maintain the center of gravity, reducing the potential for injury.
If you wear orthotics, they’ll easily fit in the Asics Gel Fortitude 5 (regularly $99.95, now $79.96). Asics made this generation of the Gel Fortitude lighter, slightly wider, with a better fitting upper. Rear and forefoot gel cushioning absorbs shock during the gait cycle, adding support to the midsole.
The rocker shaped midsole gives the Hoka One One Bondi B (regularly $159.95, now $119.96) its function. The form reproduces conditions a barefoot runner experiences when running on grass or sand. The shoe provides protection, stability and pronation control thanks to 50% more of the surface area coming in contact with the ground and a midsole that allows the foot to recess into it by almost one inch.
Lightweight at 7.9 ounces, the Nike Lunarglide+ 4 (regularly $109.95, now $76.96) provides substantial cushion and solid medial support. Dynamic Flywire threads work with the shoe’s lacing system to add support. Runners with mild overpronation benefit from this glove-like fit because of its lack of overlays.
The 100% polyester, no-added-stitching upper fits like a glove while being breathable and flexible in the Nike Flyknit Free (regularly $159.95, now $119.88). All of the components of this shoe interact for a smooth, natural walk or run. The midsole has flex grooves that strengthen your moving feet. Minimal waste and minimal weight mean this shoe has a reduced green footprint too.
It took 7 years of due diligence but Mizuno has released one of the most technologically advanced running shoes on the market. The Mizuno Wave Prophecy (regularly $199.95, now $139.96) features an Infinity Wave Plate running heel to toe. Its hip appearance is shaped like the infinity symbol but it’s totally practical, absorbing shock and providing forefoot propulsion.
Shop our stores to see everything that’s on sale or shop online where we offer free shipping on orders over $75 with UPS. However you shop and whatever you choose, we’re happy to offer you such great savings on so many top-notch products.