Hoka One One has found itself a leader in both running tech and streetwear collaborations. Its Clifton 8 sneaker offers plush cushioning and high energy return, making it great for people with wide feet (or those with feet that swell in the heat). A breathable mesh upper rounds off the kicks.
The beloved Gel-Nimbus from Asics recently got a sustainable upgrade. The sneaker will help keep you, and maybe even the planet, cool with a lightweight mesh upper made of 20 percent recycled material.
On’s Cloudflow shoes don’t have the most cushioning— they’re best for racing and road running — but the waterproof upper makes them ideal for hot, sweaty runs. You could even consider running through the rain with these for a cooler ride.
The Kellen Endorphin Pro 2 is made with a single-layer engineered mesh upper, ensuring a light and breathable fit. Underfoot, the sneaker features Saucony’s Speedroll technology to propel you forward effortlessly — which in the end, should mean less sweat.
Designed for daily runs and up-tempo workouts, the FuelCell Rebel V2 features “explosive” energy return underfoot. Up top, a lightweight engineered mesh upper makes sure the sneaker is highly ventilated.
There are two reasons the Asics Novablast 2 beats the heat. Its engineered mesh upper features large vents on the surface, while slightly longer sizing offers a roomier toe box for better air circulation. No damp socks here.
The Tempus bolsters its lightweight mesh upper with built-in vents, offering more air circulation. Saucony’s Formfit design also contours the sneaker’s upper to your foot for a personalized feel.