Find the top 7 womens running shoes for under £100! New 2015 Edition

Comfort, stability, flexibility,style and price…

These are the things we look for in new apparel, especially when we’re using them for our health and fitness, we want to feel and look our best along with giving us the strength to continue on with our hard work.There are multiple different categories to picking shoes so please see the previous post on and If you want to use your new shoes for fat blasting exercises then you can now use your running shoes to practise. 
Some on the list are from 2014, that’s because.. yes, you guessed it, they’re the best!

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I’ve compiled a list of the best lightweight running trainers for under £100 for women ,that are new, stylish and give you great flexibility.

Top 7 womens running shoes under £100 #2015

Nike Performance
AIR MAX 2015 – Cushioned running shoes
 Nike will appear a lot in this list as they are the main competitors women’s sports apparel, some are sturdy some are light weight.In a variety of colours: classic charcoal/pink pow/total orange/blue Great for long distance running, great impact sole and breathable mesh.
* My Nikes were great run longer cross country runs and the cushioning and plastic base really stabalised each step. They have since come apart from the edge of the fabric that meets the sole, I think due to my intense cross country jogs.
£90.00

New Balance 890v5 

New balance are a young company in comparison to Nike and adidas but they’re innovative, stlyish and have great new technology. 
Comments from New balance:You can feel fast mile after mile in the 890v5, featuring responsive REVlite cushioning and an ABZORB crash pad for superior shock absorption.They have a great arch support in this shoe with high flexibility but a great base for long distance.

£95.00
PureFlow 4
The women’s PureFlow 4 is the neutral road running offering form Brooks’ Pure project range. The BiomogDNA midsole provides enough cushioning for anything up to long distance running. Lighter weight then most on the light, with great breathability and good impact sole.
 £100.00

Women’s New Balance WR00 V2 B
Zero drop, with an ultra thin midsole which provides some protection for your feet, these almost barefoot shoes are ideal for natural running.  The lightest shoe on the list comes as a back to basic shoe that feels almost barefoot, it feels strong as it takes the impact of the ground away from joints but it maintains the fluidity of your steps and helps you go further.£80.00

Nike Performance FLEX 2015 RUN

 Lightweight running shoes white/hot lava/black Sports, upper material: leather and textile, internal material: textile, sole: synthetics, cover sole: textile. They’re my favourite for style and for flexibility, they’re not very waterproof but the foam sole takes a lot of impact from the ground, away from your ankle.£70.00

Mizuno Wave Inspire 11 Women’s Running Shoes – SS15 

Mizuno The Mizuno Wave Inspire 11 Women’s Running Shoe delivers mile after mile of light, cushioned, stable fun. The Wave midsole has been designed to be unlike other shoe technologies. When the foot touches the ground, Wave reduces and redirects impact forces away from it.through the development of multiple wave shapes; if it’s a local jog or running past the 20 mile marker, the materials and design of the shoe work with the foot as it twists, bends and stretches, allowing the upper to move with you. 

The Wave is made with an AIR mesh upper to give breath-ability, allowing the foot to stay cool. The outsole represents a durable carbon rubber, allowing for longer wear in high impact areas and enhancing traction.

£84

Skechers Something Fun Trainers
Skechers,Memory Foam full length cushioned comfort insole. FlexSole lightweight shock absorbing flexible midsole, colourful, breathable and flexable with light impact resistance, great for longer distance running and rough terrain.

£59

WOMEN’S FLEX APPEAL – SWEET SPOT

Women’s Flex Appeal – Sweet Spot Athletic Trainers

Hit just the right combination of comfort and sporty style with the SKECHERS Flex Appeal – Sweet Spot shoe. Unique knit mesh fabric upper in a lace up sporty athletic training sneaker with stitching and overlay accents.

Construction: SKECH Knit unique engineered mesh fabric upper,Nearly seamless upper design for light weight and improved comfort.Smooth faux leather overlays,Lace up sporty athletic training sneaker design.Minimal stitching accents,Stability mesh panels provide durability and stability,Free-flow mesh panels for cooling effect.Memory Foam cushioned custom-fit comfort insole.FlexSole lightweight shock absorbing flexible midsole design,Super flexible articulated traction outsole,1/2 inch built in heel.

Opinion
There are many other types of running shoe out there, some are strong some are light, some are flexible this is just my list of what I believe are the best for that price and what people will want to buy, everyone wants the best that they can afford.
 I am not affiliated or sponsored by any of these companies and have created this list for public use for free.
I have since bought the Skechers flex appeal (the last in the list) and can tell you my from my point of view that the light weight fabric and memory foam really is amazing for long distance runs, my feet were cooler on a hot day and the impact of the floor was reduced. even pavements felt softer to run on and the impact was so minimal I had no strains or hip strain the next day (normally I do) even with hardcore running shoes. I would definitely recommend the Skechers above all since they’re shoes that I have 
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