FALL RUNNING SHOE LAUNCHES – JACKRABBIT
NEW RUNNING SHOE RELEASES: FALL 2018
Fall. What does that season mean to you? Back to school, back to work, back to lower temperatures, back to marathon season?
Fall is all about new shoes at JackRabbit, celebrating the hard training during the summer months,
and getting ready for enjoying the races still left and making the most out of what still remains of the year. There are still PRs to be had, running pals!
New releases are abound every fall in the land of running shoes
and this season is no exception. Some of the biggest running shoes by reputation and some exciting new editions and releases are coming!
This season we see some anticipated weather-senstive editions of waterproof shoes
from On Running and a Fly by Night collection from Hoka One One. Over-pronators are going to welcome a trio
of new shoes: the Brooks Bedlam, the Nike Structure 22 and Saucony Echelon 7. Add to the
mix an exciting release from Adidas – the Solarhu (in limited supply, so act early on this one!), and the mighty New Balance 880 and 860 – that are only available in retails stores not online, so march on down to your nearest
JackRabbit partner store to get yours.
Rounding up the season, some of the tried and tested bestsellers are coming from Saucony, Brooks and Asics. Those never disappoint.
September 2018: A brand new release from Brooks – a stabilty version of the hit success the Brooks Levitate. Featuring the 'DNA AMP' midsole, the Bedlam is everything a pronator could ask for in a new stylish
stability shoe: responsive energy return in a package that guides your foot. Read our review of the new Brooks Bedlam over on the JackRabbit blog.
On Cloud and Cloudflyer Waterproof
September 2018: The Swiss know about watch making, and rain! It makes complete sense that a spot-on waterproof shoe would be in the wheelhouse of the shoe designers at On Running. Check out the two rain-worthy versions
of the On Cloud and the On Cloudflyer at JackRabbit. There is no such thing as bad weather when you have the right equipment!
Nike Structure 22
September 2018: Over pronators rejoice. The 22nd edition of the Nike Structure is here in September. Flywire cables secure the top of your foot and engineered mesh has both support and ventilation. With 22 editions under
their belt, Nike knows how to 'support' those who need it.
October 2018: A brand new shoe from Brooks, taking its revolutionary and highly successful DNA AMP midsole and applying it to a lightweight frame. This shoe is for hitting top speed so you can chase down your new goals!
Definitely a new shoe to try out this fall.
Saucony Echelon 7
October 2018: The perennial favorite the Echelon is a orthotic-friendly shoe that is a neutral runner and also suitable for those who under pronate. There is a wide, stable base with a robust external heel support. Lock
yourself in and head out with the support you need.
Hoka One One Fly at Night Collection
October 2018: The HOKA Fly collection launched earlier this year gets a winter makeover with the Fly At Night collection. Shop the new colorways of the Mach and Cavu for fall and winter running. Want to know more about
this trio? Read about the inspiration for the new HOKA Fly Collection over on the JackRabbit blog.
Mizuno Waveknit R2
October 2018: A true sister-shoe to the Wave Rider 22 underfoot featuring a performance knit upper for a smooth, sock-like feel and comfort. It has the same comfortable midsole as its sister shoe and a crashpad on the
sole to protect your feet. A great running shoe for those who like a cushioned ride.
Nike Vapormax Flyknit 2
October 2018: Fresh design elements are abound in the second version of the Nike Air Flyknit. Add to that added support around the heel and the foot-hugging sock-like feel to the upper. This new package still sits upon
the futuristic-lookng sole for a cutting edge running shoe with style.
Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit
October 2018: Nike quotes the Zoom Fly Flyknit as one of the worlds 'fastest, most durable racing and tempo shoe.' A blend of the super fast Nike React foam midsole and the lightweight Flyknit. And folks, that's
not all…the swoosh has slipped in a full-length, carbon-fiber plate that is also found in the ground-breaking Zoom Vaporfly 4%. Fast? Try it out and see.
New Balance 860
November 2018: One of the New Balance classic shoes of all the 860 is the stability version for pronators of the all emcompassing 880. Only available nationwide in specialty running stores, JackRabbit and our partner stores will be stocked, willing and able to fit you in your next pair of these milestone shoes.
Saucony Triumph ISO 5
October 2018: There are some major changes to the Triumph ISO from Saucony this season! With a 'grippier' heel and a new sole borrowed from the Freedom ISO. There's a couple of extra millimeters of Everun
added to the midsole for those who value cushion. The upper is also knit themed – in Jacquard with a strong, eye-catching pattern.
Saucony Guide ISO 2
October 2018: Get on the sole train with the new Saucony Guide ISO 2. The changes are mostly underfoot with wider, higher, deeper lugs on the outsole compared to the original. A wider forefoot is a new change and the
same Jacquard upper featured on the other Saucony bestsellers. A stability shoe par excellence! Step in and run (supported all the way.)
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19
November 2018: Big changes are afoot (no pun intended) in the Adrenaline GTS 19. This key support shoe sees the medial post support gone and has been replaced by Brooks Guide Rails. The midsole also has the DNA Loft
which features in their signature Ghost shoe. This is defintely a version any previous fan of the Adrenaline should try!
Asics GT 2000 7
October 2018: A combination of stability, cushioning and comfort in one package. The GT 2000 is one of the bestselling everyday mid-stability shoes. The midsole now features the FlyteFoam which lightens the load and
is high on the durability scale too. And the price is right! What's not to love here, runners? Are you ready to love your long run again?
October 2018: Ready for in-shoe comfort? The new Cloudsurfer features a second-layer sock construction for a unique fit. The famous On 'lugs' have a new arrow pattern for grip and traction. On shoes are known
for being lightweight – and the signature open construction keeping you light on your feet with your head, dare we say it, in the clouds!
November 2018: The ultimate lightweight trail running shoe. The sole of the Cloudventure is micro-engineered with four distinct levels of grip for all trail condition and an ingenious upper built from two layers – a supportive,
breathable inner-layer topped with a lightweight outer-layer treated with DWR waterproof coating. A perfect combo for being out on the trail with no excuses.
Hoka One One Gaviota 2
December 2018: The launch of Gaviota from Hoka was a step away from the traditional approach to a stability shoe. This second edition embraces the Hoka 'J-Frame' as in the debut, but adds on a superior upper that
is more breathable. The Gaviota has a 'arch-lock' wings to help with mid-foot stability and support – so important to runners who need that little extra.
Brooks Launch 6
December 2018: A runner's favorite, the Brooks launch is back in a sixth edition with a more foam under the forefoot. The Launch has been a versatile shoe for so many runners for years, and the 6 will be no exception.
Saucony Peregrine ISO
January 2019: The trail shoe Saucony Peregrine has received an update with the addition of the ISO Fit upper and the Form-Fit system. This agressive trail running shoe with a sleek profile is now easier to dial in to the
fit you need. Take to the hills.