It's that time of year again. No, we don't mean the festive season, we're talking about Black Friday. A joyous occasion when us runners can pick up new kit to power us through our winter training plans – without having to fork out the big bucks.
Here you'll be able to save yourself countless hours scouring the web with our constantly updated list of the best offers out there on running shoes up until the big day. We'll keep our eyes on the footwear from the biggest brands so you can focus more on your running and less on clicking through endless websites.
All prices are correct at the point of being published but don't expect them to be around for long and prices can always change before Black Friday.
The best UK Black Friday deals
Nike Vaporfly 4% Flyknit - £146.47 (was £209.95)
We're not going to lie, this is a major deal. It may have been advanced by the Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT% but 4% is still a phenomenal shoe that's seen many a runner tick off a few PBs over the last year.
As well as featuring Nike's famous carbon plate, it has one of the best cushioning to weight ratios you'll find out there today and uses Full-length ZoomX Foam to make running very fast extremely enjoyable.
Adidas Women's Ultraboost 19 - £111.97 (was £159.95)
If you're looking for a great all-rounder shoe to tick all of your fitness boxes then this modernized version of adidas' ridiculously popular Ultraboost range is a great shout.
Awesome cushioning, a sleek design and an impressively comfortably fit all go to make the Ultraboost 19 a worthy shoe for any road runner's shoe shoe rack.
Roclite 315 GTX - $69 (was $145)
Inov-8's Roclite 315 GTX is by far one of the best trail shoes out there today, offering one of the most durable pieces of kit for tackling tough terrain. As well as GORE-TEX to protect against the weather, the outsole has one of the most impressive grips we've come across making it a beast at tackling the worst the weather can throw at you.
Saucony Triumph ISO 4 - Men's £49.99 / Women's £39.99 (was £139.99)
This older model from Saucony's ISO range is designed with an enormous amount of cushioning, making it a great offer to pick up if you're planning on some long, comfortable miles.
It's one of the heavier running shoes you'll find (320g for men and 270g for women), so not a great option for racing, but if you want a great deal on a tried and tested training shoe you can't really go wrong.
Nike Epic React Flyknit 2 - £64.95 (was £129.99)
Another great all-rounder shoe that's main strength lies in the extremely bouncy Nike React foam outsole. That soft material adds a lot of support as well as a nice level of energy return to road running.
Add to that a breathable upper and some of the nicest shoe designs on the market and you can see why it's a popular choice for runners as well as people just looking for a comfortable, fashionable pair of kicks.
La Sportiva Bushido Shoes - £60 (was £120)
For any trail runners out there, La Sportiva's Bushido shoe is killer option if you want comfort, stability and grip over long distances. A high level of cushioning in the midsole, a sock-like feel, a high-level FriXion XT compound grip underfoot and an anti-debris design all go to make this shoe a steal at a bargain price.
Salomon Speedcross 4 - £64.99 (from £110)
As trail shoes go, there aren't many that have seen the level of kudos given to the Speedcross 4 since it was first released. Incredible grip on the trickiest surfaces, a quick and easy to use lacing system, an impressive level of durability and a light and nimble design. If you're after a great trail shoe that'll last for ages, look no further.
The best US Black Friday Deals
Men's Adidas Ultraboost 19 - $108 (was $180)
Women's Brooks Ghost 11 - $84.98 (was $119.95)
The Ghost 11 is a great shoe if you're looking for a soft and comfortable piece of kit that'll offer you a heap of soft cushioning. Perfect for long training runs or any distance where you want an enjoyable ride in a neutral shoe.
Women's 890v6 - $54.99 (was $119.99)
At $54.99 the 890v6 is an absolute bargain of a running shoe. Not only does it have some of the softest cushioning on the market, it offers a nice level of support as well. It's also pretty lightweight, which makes it a great option for runners out there looking for a shoe that'll cover them for training and races.