Running Shoes

Whether you’re at the very start of your fitness journey, or you’re tackling marathons for fun, a good pair of running shoes is vital for a comfortable run. At Decathlon, you’ll find a wide range of running trainers ideal for track, street or trail. Shop the collection.
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VS Pace 2.0 Shoes

VS Pace 2.0 Shoes

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Here at Decathlon, we believe in making the outdoors, sports and fitness accessible and affordable to everyone. That's why, in our range, you'll find women's running shoes and running shoes for men in a variety of styles from some fantastic running brands. We also have a great range of stylish and practical running clothes so you can look and feel the part.


We've got running shoes from world-renowned brands such as Adidas, Reebok, Mizuno, Asics and more alongside our in-house experts from Kalenji and Kiprun. With so much to choose from, you'll find trainers to suit every running style. We have road running trainers to trail running shoesand even track-ready running spikes. That means that no matter which running discipline you enjoy the most, you'll find the right footwear here at Decathlon at an affordable price. And why not pair your running shoes with somebreathable running socks for even greater comfort?


Running can be an all-weather hobby, as long as you have the right gear. Waterproof running shoes are great for keeping water out, but it's important to remember that even Gore Tex running shoes are not completely waterproof. This is because the low-cut design of most running shoes can not totally prevent moisture from entering. But waterproof running shoes will keep your feet dryer for longer, compared to wearing shoes that aren't waterproof. Take a look at our waterproof running jackets for added protection from the elements.


Stability and structured running shoes are designed to offer added support for reduced risk of injury and comfort for people who are overpronators. Those who ‘overpronate’ use their bodies to overcompensate to even out weight distribution between their feet and legs. This continuous overuse can lead to injuries such as a runner’s knee, shin splints, and Achilles tendinitis, which can have a long-term effect on regular running. So, why not take a look our range of running shoes with additional support to help keep you safe and injury-free while you run?

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