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The Best Running Shoes for Winter Weather

New Balance 910

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These trail running shoes have a heavy-duty outsole to give you plenty of traction on a wet or icy path. The uppers are made of Gore-Tex, making them both waterproof and breathable. ($120, newbalance.com) (Check out these 7 Trails to Run Before You Die.)

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Reeebok One Cushion 2.0

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Unlike sneakers with mesh toe boxes, these Reebok running shoes are made with SmoothFuse, which doesn’t allow moisture or wind to get inside. ($115, reebok.com)

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Brooks Adrenaline ASR 11 GTX

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Brooks gave their most popular all-terrain shoe a waterproofing with this version. Outfitted with a waterproof yet breathable Gore-Tex membrane and a grippy trail bottom, these will keep your feet secure and dry. ($150, brooksrunning.com) (These pieces of Cute Winter Running Gear to Bust Your "It's Too Cold to Run" Excuse will also help you stay dry.)

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Asics GT-1000 3 G-TX

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The Gore-Tex version of the brand’s popular structured, cushioned running shoe, this model from Asics features a Gore-Tex upper to keep your feet dry and a temperature-resistant snowy rubber outsole, which improves traction on snow. ($120, asicsamerica.com)

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Saucony Xodus 5.0 GTX

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The breathable Gore-Tex liner combined with a gusseted internal bootie keep the snow out and your feet dry. The heavy duty outsole has an enhanced grip, perfect for snowy surfaces. ($140, saucony.com)

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Adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ATR

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The grippy rubber outsole on these shoes is designed for all weather conditions, and the tightly woven, double-layered upper is meant to cut through cold conditions. ($120, adidas.com) )Before you head out, read Your Guide to Cold Weather Running.)

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Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 Flash

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These Nike kicks have a firmer foam for more stability, as well as winterized protection like a tightly woven mesh (to keep out the wind) and a durable water repellent coating (to keep your feet dry). Reflective elements will keep you visible during the short days of winter. Plus, you can personalize them with NikeID. ($135, nike.com)

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