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Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday running shoes deals

Here you'll find our top picks for the best bargains on running shoes in the lead up to Black Friday

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Black Friday is well within view so we’ve already started chasing down the biggest discounts for the top running, swimming and cycling gear. 

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We’ll be keeping an eye out for bargains on all sorts of gear, so keep checking this page for updates and new deals on running shoes.

Black Friday/ Cyber Monday running shoes deals 2022: what we know

Black Friday officially starts on 25 November but each year plenty of great deals on triathlon gear trickle through in the weeks running up to the big event.

Where can I find Cyber Monday running shoes deals?

Wiggle: Grab a bargain with Wiggle’s Black Friday sale with discounts of up to 60%

Amazon: Find great deals across top brands in Amazon’s Black Friday sale. Explore to get up to 60% off running shoes. 

SportsShoes: SportsShoes will certainly be one to watch out for if you’re keen on a deal. For updates on their Black Friday sale you can sign up here. Access early now to find 50% off top running shoes.

Reebok: With their Black Friday page already up and running you may be able to spot some bargains right now.

Running Shoe Deals

Hoka Carbon X 3 (RRP £159.99)

Catering to runners who are looking for a little more support in the ankle area, the Hoka Carbon X 3 should mould comfortably and tightly to your foot for a sock-like feel.

These running shoes should also make life easier for your joints in general, thanks to the carbon plate and the soft EVA midsole with ProFly build, which means they aim to absorb the impact of each heel strike, potentially reducing risk of injury across a long training season.

The sole of the shoe also has a handy curved shape which should help for a smooth movement as you run, creating an efficient rolling feel and keeping you on top of your form.

Nike Women’s Air Zoom Terra Kiger 8 (RRP £124.95)

If your running regimen sees you frequently take to the trails, this running shoe may be the one for you.

This shoe aims to be both lightweight and durable enough to see you through long runs in tricky conditions. It has a cushioned foam to keep things comfortable without compromising on the responsive feeling so you can guide yourself safely over uneven terrain.

It even has an added layer on the top made from mesh to keep any dust and debris building up inside your shoe and making things a little messy. This, combined with the gusseted tongue and tight lacing system, means you’re unlikely to tip your shoe upside and find you’ve carried half the trial home with you. Read our full Nike Air Zoom Kiger 8 review for more.

Mizuno Wave Rider Neo 2 (RRP £149.99)

The Mizuno Wave Rider Neo 2 could be the perfect option for anyone wanting cushioning and stability. They feature an AIRmesh upper, an ultra-lightweight material offering a high level of breathability.

Mizuno’s Wave foam is used as the core element of the midsole, aimed to ensure stability, shock absorption and enhanced cushioning. There’s also Mizuno’s X-10 carbon rubber outsole, which they claim provides long-lasting grip.

Altra Women’s Torin 5 Wide (RRP £135.00)

If you’re looking for long-distance running performance, Altra have designed this shoe with you in mind. The Altra Women’s Torin 5 Wide running shoes feature an advanced FootShape Toe Box, aiming to provide comfort and stability on uphill climbs and downhill descents.

These shoes are perfect for wider feet, allowing the foot to spread out without constriction. There are also grid-like grooves in the midsole, stated to give your foot a larger range of motion, as well as ensuring a lightweight feel. Plus, they’re a whopping 60% off, this Black Friday.

PUMA Men’s Magnify Nitro (RRP £110.00)

The Magnify Nitro from Puma aims to provide a lightweight but well-cushioned trainer for a range of distances and terrains.

They feature Puma’s ProFoam Lite high rebound compression midsole, which they claim helps provide an instant bounce when your foot strikes the ground. There’s also moulded technology which is stated to lock down your heel, great for preventing rubbing and slippage.

Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% 2 (RRP £229.99)

This long distance racing shoe from Nike isn’t just pure aesthetics. Nike claim the ZoomX midsole helps reduce fatigue, with enough bounce to keep you moving for longer.

There’s also a full-length carbon fibre plate, fitted with the intention of minimising energy loss during toe bend, springing with the heel for a propellant, quickfire motion. This is a shoe purpose-built for sustained power over long distances.

Hoka Carbon X2

The Carbon X2 from Hoka is geared for long training sessions and races. It features a carbon fibre plate and meta-rocker, applied to the midsole to increase running efficiency.

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It also features a low heel-toe differential and sculpted midsole to create a rocking motion, aiming to deliver maximal propulsion with each step. Hoka claim their technology delivers a foot-hugging sensation, great for a confident, stable run.