Best Low Drop Running Shoes with Cushioning
Traditionally, low drop running shoes have less cushioning than traditional running shoes. Both minimalist and “barefoot” running shoes are pretty much low drop running shoes – meaning: they have less than 4mm heel to toe differential. But these ‘low drop’ shoes tend to have less midsole cushioning which is best for those who prefer racing and speed workouts.
However, there are a few pairs of low drop running shoes that do have extra cushioning and also offer support and stability. If you’re new to minimalist running shoes, these low drop running shoes with cushioning will probably be an excellent choice for you.
Best Low Drop Running Shoes with Cushioning 2016
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