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A sneak peak at 2014 shoes

TRE Shoe GridWe were in Austin, Texas for The Running Event, an annual winter meeting where the industry shows off its upcoming gear. Below are some visual highlights of what’s to come in 2014 and 2015 from all the big hitters.

IMG_2162Saucony Kinvara 5

IMG_2161The new water resistant Kinvara 5

IMG_2160The women’s Kinvara 5

IMG_2167Saucony Virrata 2

IMG_2166Saucony Virrata 2

IMG_2164Saucony Omni

IMG_2163Saucony Hurricane

IMG_2175 (1)Skechers GoMeb

IMG_2173 (1)Skechers new hybrid trail-road shoe

IMG_2172 (1)Brooks PureFlow

IMG_2171 (1)Brooks Ghost 7

IMG_2170 (1)Brooks Transcend (women’s model)

IMG_2159 (1)Ecco Biom’s new pro line racing flat

IMG_2158 (1)Ecco Biom’s women’s pro trainer

IMG_2157 (1)Ecco Biom’s women’s pro racer

IMG_2156 (1)Ecco Biom’s men’s pro trainer

IMG_2155 (1)Pearl Izumi’s N2 Trail update

IMG_2154 (1)Pearl Izumi’s racing flat update

IMG_2148 (1)New Balance Fresh Foam 980 (women’s model shown)

IMG_2143 (1)New Balance’s Fresh Foam trail shoe (summer-fall 2014)

IMG_2138 (1)Adidas is transitioning all of their shoes to the Boost technology in 2014

IMG_2137 (1)Adidas’ AdiZero line will feature more classically styled uppers in 2014

IMG_2135 (1)Adidas Glide Boost

IMG_2134 (1)Adidas Sequence Boost

IMG_2132 (1)The popular Adidas Boston will get a Boost upgrade in 2014

IMG_2128 (1)Asics Gel Excel 33

IMG_2129 (1)Asics Gel Electro 33

IMG_2131 (1)Adidas’ Adios goes back to its roots in 2014

IMG_2150Altra’s trail racing flat

IMG_2149Altra’s new ultra shoe has a high stack height but a zero drop

IMG_2120Los Angeles based Athletic Propulsion Labs (APL) are getting into the running shoe business

IMG_2118APL’s racing shoe claims to deliver significant energy return

IMG_2169The North Face’s hybrid trail/road shoe