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7 running shoes to keep you going in the winter for less than $150

Snow, ice, and slush won't be a problem.

The East Coast was treated to well more than a foot of snow this week, which stopped all but the most dedicated of runners from getting in their miles. To have such ardent commitment to running throughout the winter, you're gonna need a serious sneaker. We've put together eight of the best up for the job, which will help you take "no days off" to heart.

Solomon Speedcross 5 GTX ($99.93)

Sun and Ski

The most hardcore sneaker for running is almost impossible to find and yet inexplicably on sale from Sun and Ski. Take advantage of the opportunity with spikes fit for ice and Gore-Tex to keep your feet dry.

Adidas Ultra Boost Winter.RDY DNA ($152)

Adidas

Technically it's $2 over our limit — but you can forgive us when an old color scheme shaves off $40 from the original price for the reinforced Ultra Boost.

Adidas

Nike Pegasus Trail 2 Gore-Tex ($136.97)

Nike

Sorry dudes, but this discount is only for the ladies. Nike's hearty, waterproof running shoe gets a 14-percent discount in women's sizing only.

Nike

Hoka One One Challenger ATR 6 Gore-Tex ($140)

Hoke One One

Hoka One One makes its beefy, cushiony sole for all conditions — including whatever winter throws at you with the aggressive Challenger ATR 6.

Hoka One One

New Balance Fresh Foam 880v10 GTX ($150)

New Balance

You'd hardly know these New Balance kicks have Gore-Tex because they're so lightweight and the tag is tiny. You'll also discover Fresh Foam is a joy to run in.

New Balance

Nike ACG Air Nasu Gore-Tex ($140)

KITH

We're not shy about our love of All Conditions Gear here, but usually we're obsessing over higher tech. The Air Nasu gets the job done more humbly — which is why it has a lower price to match.

KITH

Brooks Divide ($74.95)

Brooks Running

The Divide isn't waterproof, but it's got an excellent studded outsole to keep you upright in slippery conditions. And at $75, it's an absolute steal.

Brooks Running

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