Ever wonder which sneakes are best? Check out Fitness Magazine's "Best Sneakers" for your favorite activity.
ASICS GT-2130 ($95, asics.com for retailers)
WHY : The newest style in the popular 2100 series, this shoe is great for someone who needs light stability and cushioning.
SAUCONY PROGRID TRIUMPH 5 ($120, saucony.com for retailers)
WHY : The perfect shoe for a runner who wants a lightweight style that can go the distance. Its antimicrobial sock liner is a bonus.
NEW BALANCE 759 ($80, newbalance.com for retailers)
WHY : This shoe has extra cushioning in the heel and is de-signed to help stabilize your foot (good for people who overpronate, or whose feet roll in as they walk).
CARDIO REEBOK KFS AGILITY TRAINER ($85, reebok.com)
WHY : A 360-degree support system controls your feet asyou move in all directions, fl ex grooves in the sole provide traction on slick gym fl oors, and DMX foam provides cushioning in the heel.
HIKING Keen Voyager ($90, keenfootwear.com for retailers)
WHY : Unlike most traditional hiking shoes, the rugged
Voyager is made with both leather and mesh, which helps keep your feet cool on warm days.
ADIDAS ADIZERO XT ($80, shopadidas.com)
WHY : At 8.8 ounces, this is the lightest trail shoe Adidas makes. Yet it's super sturdy and features a high-traction sole that grips a variety of surfaces.
FILA TORNEO II ($100, fila.com)
WHY : A piece of plastic around the heel cinches your foot into the shoe and provides mega-stability as you crisscross the court.
SPECIALIZED SPIRITA ($85, specialized.com)
WHY : This shoe aligns your foot, knee and hip, supports your arch and prevents delicate nerves from getting