Summer 2014: Get Serious With Your Workout With These 10 Shoes

Above: Before you hit the gym or the great outdoors, make sure you shoes can live up to the athletic challenge

It’s time to get active! With the warmer weather you’ll be hitting the great outdoors and gym more often, but before you work up a serious sweat it’s important to make sure your shoes can live up to the challenge. From cleats to cross trainers, get serious with your workout with these 10 shoes.

Adidas Predator LZ TRX FG Cleats, $260

Hit the soccer field like Toronto FC player Jermain Defoe by lacing up Adidas’ Predator LZ TRX FG Cleats on your feet. TRAXION™ 2.0 cleats on the outsole provides maximum grip in all directions and HYBRIDTOUCH ensure light weight feel and quality performance.

Asics Gel-Cumulus 15, $149.99

For the past several years Japanese brand Asics has been ranked as producing one of the World’s Best Running Shoes according to For 2013 the Asics Gel Cumulus 15 makes this prestigious list thanks to two layers of memory foam lining the collar and molding of the heel for a personalized fit.

ECCO BIOM Golf Hybrid, $240

Add stylish flare to your golf game this season and slip your feet into ECCO’s BIOM Hybrid shoe. Great for wearing in all weather conditions, the BIOM incorporates ECCO Comfort Fibre System into its design allowing the feet to breathe while a water-repellent upper keeps you H2O free.

Head Sprint Pro, $139.99

Whether you’re a beginner or advanced tennis player Head’s Sprint Pro is lightweight in construction allowing you to maneuver like Andre Agassi on the court. HEAD HyBrasion™ technology provides long wearing performance on any playing surface and TPU 3D cushioning in the midsole offers maximum comfort.

Inov-8 F-Lite 232, $131.23 USD

Crafted by British company Inov-8, the F-Lite 232 is ranked by as one of the 6 Best Shoes For Cross Fit Training. Available in two colors, this sneaker is designed to feel extremely light delivering zero drop which puts you closer to the ground for a stable and responsive experience; perfect for running and working up a sweat during an intense cross training session.

Merrell Mix Master Move, $120

For outdoor adventurers or multisport athletes, Merrell’s Mix Master Move is designed to go all terrain year round. Run, hike or walk in this barefoot design-inspired shoe with its 9mm lightweight cushioning and breathable mesh lining to keep you dry. Plus it’s vegan friendly!

New Balance 1080V4, $169.99

Pound the pavement in New Balance’s 1080V4 running shoe. This high quality sneaker incorporates luxurious, ultra-light support and high tech cushioning at the heel and forefoot giving you a speedy push off as you compete in your next marathon.

Nike Jordan Melo M10, $204.99

The Nike Jordan Melo M10 represents the tenth year that NBA player Carmelo Anthony has collaborated with the Jordan Brand. Besides looking fresh to death on and off the court, the M10 basketball shoe uses innovative Flight Plate technology which helps to deflect force and enhance the pre-existing Zoom Air cushioning in the shoe.

Reebok ZQuick TR2, $110

One of the newest and innovative shoes to hit the sportswear market earlier this year is Reebok’s ZQuick TR2. Inspired by high-performance Z-Rated tires used on exotic sports cars, the ZQuick TR2 uses Z-Series foam in the midsole offering outstanding cushioning, while high quality rubber on the outer sole allows for quicker stops.

Saucony PowerGrid Kinvara 4, $129.99

One of the top go-to brands for running enthusiasts, Saucony’s PowerGrid Kinvara 4 sits in the number six spot on Top Shoes of 2013 list. The upper features FlexFilm which is a lightweight but strong material allowing for a seamless and flexible feel. Memory foam heel pods in the shoe provide cushioning and minimize the force of impact when pounding the pavement.

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