Few things are worse during an intense run than to suddenly notice that Mother Nature has decided it’s time for a random shower. Depending on the severity of the rain, you now have a choice: continue the run and risk damaging your sneakers or duke it out, cool off, and continue sprinting. If you chose the latter, you may be interested in exploring waterproof shoes.
The bestselling On Cloudflow, for example, not only features the reinvented Helion foam for more comfort and speed, but the shoe is also waterproof. Another waterproof option is the Brooks Beast ‘20 which features a GuideRails Support system destined to boost stability and provide cushion while still keeping the shoe incredibly light.
For women, the On Cloudflyer Waterproof is light yet that aforementioned Helion foam offers resiliency and a bounce to create a more enhanced run. Despite being waterproof, the material of the Cloudflyer remains breathable yet protective. The Saucony Peregrine 10 GTX is designed for all weather conditions and the rubber underfoot is designed to provide excellent grip in distinct trail conditions. It’s an ideal fusion of cushioning, responsiveness, protection, and grip in a lightweight design.
This update is by FootWorksMiami. At Footworks, we are a family business dedicated to remaining Miami’s running headquarters since our 1976 debut. We sell footwear by many respected brands and we also offer regular health and fitness-minded activities, events, and training. For more information, please call 305-667-9322 or visit our store at 5724 Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florida 33143.