$32.99 - $89
adidas Men's Alphabounce Slide
Feels like I'm wearing an opened toed running sneaker.
Very durable, comfortable, and soles are as rugged as an actual running shoe.
Best slides I’ve ever had I’m a ex track runner and basketball player trust me I’ve been through enough slides in past 30 plus years .
(I also own a couple pairs of Adidas running & BBall sneaks w/ Bounce in them).
I am a not overweight, I am a long distance runner, and I have a very stable stride and the fact that these sliders twisted three times injuring my ankle is a huge problem!
$46.99 - $49.99
NORTIV 8 Men's Low Top Waterproof Hiking Shoes Outdoor Lightweight Trekking Trails
My very thin running shoes with breathable holes stay dry longer than these do.
I was wearing Rebok running shoes before.
The tread is not so aggressive and you can still walk into a store and not feel like you are walking on trail running shoes.
$59.99 - $63.99
FREE SOLDIER Men’s Waterproof Hiking Boots 6 Inches Lightweight Work Boots Military Tactical Boots Durable Combat Boots
Light enough, even for a bit of running.
Super Durable,I do deliveries to supermarkets and they hold up very well,im always up and don't the truck running up ramps and these boots are a pleasure to wear.
Compared to my running shoes, they are heavier--use for working or hiking.
I'm a delivery driver, so I'm running from my van to people's doors in the city and in rural areas (Austin, TX area, so I have rain,
They are extremely lightweight, breathable, and bendable so they can be used both for running, boxing, kicking, and grappling.
$64.95 - $120
Merrell Men's Moab Edge Hiking Shoe
These are built like a running shoe.
Perfect for running.
I haven't tested running everyday
These are "trail running" shoes for which I paid $35.
I just wanted something lightweight that could handle different terrain for several mile walks, jog, hikes with my dog.
The break in period is minimal with a stiffer feel than trail runners when you first wear them.
$147.95 - $211.96
Salomon X Ultra 3 Gore-Tex Men's Hiking Shoes
I’ve used them for hiking as well as trail running and they continue to impress.
Its a great Lightweight, waterproof, trail running shoe.
I have been wearing these shoes for the past 8 years, use them in the garden and competitive shooting which require running and stopping quickly.
I have worn regular or D width shoes , running shoes and hiking shoes my whole life.
I've been wearing Salomon shoes - sense ride, and trail runners for the past 6 years exclusively.
but is great for trail running.
Right out of the box fit and comfort, I typically hike in old running shoes these provide just enough extra support for long hikes on rough trails.
I do think the Speedtrak trail runners have a better grip on the trails
Sole tread is trail runner style.
I really can't say enough good things about these shoes if you spend a lot of time on your feet or need something for light activity, trail running or day hiking.
$79 - $200
Merrell Men's J066199 Running Shoe
I’ve worn these for a total of 15 miles of light trail and street running.
Wasn’t much for the feel during running,
I did find my new trial glove running shoe,the New Balance mens minimus V10 trail barefoot running is perfect!
I have been running in merrells for a few years and absolutely loved version 4.
$109.96 - $215.56
Oboz Sawtooth II Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
I have been walking for years using my running shoes.
- Using same shoes for over 5 years - trail running and desert mtn climbing in 100+ degrees requires the right gear - THESE are the right gear - and sun-lotion.
The upper is ventilated while also being better than trail runners at keeping water out of the shoe in rain or when splashing through puddles.
I went up a half size just like I do with my running shoes.
Felt so much more stable than my running shoes, and so much more comfortable than any of the hiking shoes I had worn before.
It's a lot like the ones I've bought for my running shoes that cost from $25 to $40.
$130.5 - $259.45
KEEN Men's Tempo Flex Low Height Lightweight Waterproof Hiking Shoe
Likely to be fine if you can fit a standard size running shoe,
I feel comfortable running with these shoes,
It is not a issue, no soggy foot, and general wear doesn't cause this, just active like walking, running, or hiking.
This is better than some casual trail running shoe and I think that's what you got to remember, this is the next step up from that.
$60 - $195
Merrell Men's Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe
I’ve been wearing running shoes for the last 20 years.
Good fit, used for hiking and running trails.
Also have a pair of Mocs and a running style shoe.
I wear then hiking, fishing and running.
Merrell is my favorite walking/hiking shoe, and Asics are my favorite running shoe.
I like the style, fit and shoes were ready to walk, hike and/or light trail running.
I wanted to have a shoe with good support for my soles compared to my usual running shoes.
Big improvement over running shoes when the going gets rocky.
Very good compromise between heavy boots and trail runners---light weight
For me, the main drawback compared to trail runners is how long the Moabs take to dry out.
Dunlop 8677507 Chesapeake Boots, 100% Waterproof PVC, Lightweight and Durable Protective Footwear, Men Size 7/Women Size 9
The boots do exactly as I needed, slip on quickly at the back door when I need to go out in mucky spring weather, sole is thick and durable/nonslip great for walking in rain with the dogs, running out to the garden in the mud, doing chores outside.
We are on a conservation lot, have this drainage ravine running behind our home, and it's usually pretty wet back there.
I us running socks and they fit very nice.
For reference, I wear 4E in Asics running shoes, an EW Wolverine boot, and Chuck Taylors look like ice skates on my feet.
$41.82 - $206.46
Merrell Men's Jungle Moc Slip-On Shoe
They fit quite similar to my Adidas and Nike running shoes,
Easy to put on and the size is such that I don't have to worry about them staying on while running and such things.
He wears them for walking, hiking, running, and just everyday stuff.
it never feels like you will step out of them even at a jog.
Apparently these shoes are running slightly larger in 2021 than in previous years.
butter, I can go jogging in them if I want.
I purchased a half size larger this time in order to obtain the right fit for my husband it seems Merrrell products are running a tad smaller than I remembered.
Easy slip on, support line a running shoe.
Great product good for running to the store or hiking all day!!! !
$84.94 - $85
Under Armour Men's Mirage 3.0 Hiking Shoe
The material are also breathable material to let your sweaty feet breathe while doing heavy walking or running in your environment.
The running shoes are good
I personally wear these for work (LE) and find them comfortable for walking/running throughout the day.
I also have noticed that my feet don't hurt as much after running around delivering pkgs.
CAMEL CROWN Hiking Shoes Men Breathable Non-Slip Sneakers Lightweight Low Top for Outdoor Trailing Trekking Walking
I bought a pair of Asics running shoes with the thought that eventually I would start running again.
but I am continuing with walking and thought to try a shoe designed for hiking instead of running.
but I could tell that these were made more for walking than running.
Also seemed heavy, as opposed to running shoes.
I use these for work, mowing the grass, running, just about everywhere and they are awesome
$73.5 - $189.75
Merrell Men's Moab Adventure MOC Hiking Shoe
Looks like someone ran a marathon in the rain and then boxed them up and sent them to me.
wearing on my feet all the time, cycling, walking running, hiking.
I use this for winter every day wear, especially snow removal and running errands.
A very comfortable slip on shoe, that feels like a running shoe.
$105.89 - $249.99
Salomon Men's X Ultra 3 Hiking Shoes
Too bad, the original shoes did fit perfectly and are excellent for running, except for the length.
Much more rugged than a traditional tennis or running shoe.
I tried many of the trail runners, like the Altra Lone Peak,
If you're looking for a more flexible, light feel, try some trail runners.
Overall, I think these are a good rugged trail runner or hiking shoe.
If running were your main use, I would look at getting a dedicated trail running shoe like the brooks or peregrine.
If you're looking for waterproof hiking, trail running, etc.
Still running strong!
but I expect them to shed mud well since the thread pattern is very similar to my other Salomon trail runners, and those shed mud like crazy.
I was purchasing expense running shoes and came across a pair of these a few years ago.