General running/training – Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36s (Not every version is a winner so I stash as many in my size I can find). Racing – Nike Air Zoom Alphafly Next% (hands down the best racing shoe and worth the price, I’m on my second pair). – Amy P.
My fat feet (by Women’s standards) love the Brooks Ghost for basic training but I have a new love for The Saucony Endorphin Pros to race in. All of my recent PR‘s have been attributed to these new carbon plate shoes – Tamara K.
No doubt about it.. New Balance 1400. For the last six months or so I have been running in the Saucony Endorphin Pro, but I am just waiting for them to come out with the updated version of the 1400 which they said they are doing. – Erin A
Love, love, love Saucony Endorphin Speeds. Endorphin Pros are decent too. As far as carbon plated shoes go for racing, Nike’s original Vaporfly still is my favorite. – Katie G.
Day in and day out, I love my Mizuno Wave Riders for all the mileage that I do. And they’ve helped me to numerous PRs and BQs. – Dave P.
Nike React Infinity, the first version, were my favorite trainer. Currently I’m liking the new NB 1080s. And nothing like some Alphaflys for racing!! – Sarah R
Saucony Kinvara is my all time favorite, now my current favorite is the Endorphin series. – Jake R
I love all the Saucony shoes. I currently have a couple pairs of Endorphin Pros that I wear for marathons, and I train in Kinvara’s and Speeds too. My favorite shoe was probably the original New Balance Beacons. – Jason H
Maybe a biased answer, but the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus is my all time favorite running shoe. My current favorite is the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38s. – Chris E
My all time favorite is the Mizuno Wave Hitogami but Mizuno did away with them years ago. My current favorites would be anything in the Saucony Endorphin lineup for training and the Nike Alphafly for racing. – Brian K