Athletic shoes comprise any type of footwear aimed at helping athletes perform safely and effectively during training and competition. Innovative new product designs flood the market every season, each with specific features and benefits to help athletes achieve peak levels. Cross trainers, running shoes, soccer boots, football cleats, basketball sneakers, baseball cleats, golf shoes and track spikes are among the main types of athletic shoes. Each type is designed to facilitate movements distinct to its particular sport. Find the proper shoe to optimize your performance and get exclusive previews of new cleats, spikes, cross trainers and running shoes for your sport.
Latest in Athletic Shoes
The Reebok CrossFit Nano 7 is a seventh generation training shoe designed to handle intense CrossFit Workouts. At launch earlier this year, Reebok cr...
By: Andy Haley
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By: Brandon Hall
He just joined the ranks of LeBron James, Shaquille O'Neal and Michael Jordan, but you wouldn't know it by talking to him. With the unveiling of th...
By: Brian Sabin
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Latest Videos in Athletic Shoes
Whatever direction you choose, you’ll be cozier along the way thanks to an Air Max unit that softens the impact of each step.
The New Balance 998 is an icon of lifestyle shoes. Learn more about its rich history and watch as it's manufactured inside New Balance's Lawrence, Massachusetts factory.
New Balance Welcome Ambassador Sam Howe takes you on a tour of the company's new world headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts.
New Balance has been offering customizable cleats to their MLB players for years. Now, the NB1 3000v3 gives any player at any level the chance to create the cleat of their dreams.
Reebok released J.J. Watt's first signature shoe, the J.J. I Trainer. Watt demonstrated the shoe in action with his favorite exercises: Prowler Push, Box Jumps, Shuttle Runs and Tire Flips.