It’s that time of the year when even the most exercise-phobic among us dust off our workout wear and head to the gym to work off those Christmas chocolates and start our New Year fitness regime. And while sweating in an over-crowded gym isn’t everyone’s idea of a perfect evening, there is one bright side to all this exercise; you can buy some new trainers. Here are a few of our favourite pairs.

 

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NIKE ROSHE RUN – £69.99

This trainer has a streamlined feel, while the cool grey and black speckled print detailing will certainly make you stand out from the crowd. Oh, and the running silhouette and rubber outsole with ribbed pattern for traction make them perfect for pounding the pavement or the treadmill.

 Roshe Run

CONVERSE ALL STAR LOW – £44.99

Perfect for weight training, these white mono numbers offer a secure and supportive fit. Their flat sole also means they will keep you well grounded whilst you do your reps.

 Converse white mono

ADIDAS ZX500 – £61.99

The Zx is a classic trainer and has been hugely popular with runners since it’s launch more than 30 years ago. This latest incarnation combines modern and traditional thanks to the neon pink colourway.

 ZX 500

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PUMA DISK LITE – £100

The new lighter weight Puma Disc Lites feature a number of updates on previous models, including FAAS BioRide cushioning, all wrapped in a limestone grey and cherry tomato red package.

Puma disk

 

Nike Air Max 1 – £94.99

The Nike Air Max 1 was the first trainer to feature the revolutionary Air-Sole unit in the heel. We’ve got this classic shoe in no fewer than 19 colour combinations.

Air max 1

New Balance U420 – £54.99

If you want a trainer that’s perfect for the gym and for relaxing on a weekend, look no further than the New Balance U420. Available in a range of colours, it’s got a retro look which is perfect for urban sportsmen.

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