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11 Best Value Trainers Under £100

Updated January 16, 2020

Save on bills and on your feet, simultaneously. For those who enjoy jogging, it's crucial to have wear good trainers and the good news is, it doesn't have to cost you a fortune!

Physical conditions will play a large role in determining which trainer-type will work and suit you best. Some trainers are very lightweight, others are more solid but give solid knee and ankle support. If you've got a budget to stick to but still want to get yourself some trainers that will give you some pep in your step, you'll find this list worth your while!

The 11 best value trainers for under £100

1. Asics GT-2000 6

The GT-2000 6s are a solid choice from Asics with great arch support to avoid overpronation.

2. Asics GT-2000 7

Asics trainers are known for having a comfortable fit across all models. These are no exception to that rule and also have great arch support.

3. Salomon Sense Ride

Trainers built for those that like running in the great outdoors; simply put!

4. Asics Roadhawk

Designed for use on tarmac, these are a solid choice for interval training.

5. Salomon XA Pro 3D GTX

A comfortable and easy fit for those who like to jog outdoors. They are also well-suited to light walking and have good padding, are breathable, have a GORE-TEX® membrane and speed lacing.

6. Saucony Ride 10

These trainers are all-rounders and are well suited to most forms of running-based exercise.

7. Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36

These trainers are true Nike classics! If you have a neutral running stride, you should test Pegasus trainers at some point during your running career.

8. New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v9

For the neutral runner: comfortable, cushioned, durable and highly breathable. This new model has an updated mid-sole made of Fresh Foam for better cushioning.

9. Nike Free Run

These trainers are light, smooth and great for those who have a tendency to land on the balls of their feet when running.

10. Saucony Kinvara

A swift and light pair of trainers that is well-cushioned and works superbly for long distance running.

11. Nike Air Zoom Structure 22

Lightweight and dynamic trainers with great support for the soles and arches, definitely a suitable choice for those prone to overpronation.

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