Shape up in style // Five women’s running trainers that aren’t massively disgusting

OK, so Christmas was so last year – it’s time to get in shape or at least pretend we’re trying.

If getting fit is one of your New Year’s resolutions here are five running trainers that don’t make us vom:

1. Nike Free Run+2 Pepper Liberty print trainers

Nike Free Run+2 Pepper Liberty print trainers

OMG, don’t we ever shut up about Nike x Liberty? [Ed: Nope.]

These trainers are designed to maximise the foot’s natural range of motion while providing protection and cushioning for a smooth stride. The moulded sock liner mimics the curves of the foot for a comfortable, supportive fit.

Nike Free Run+2 Pepper Liberty print trainers, £59.99 (from £100), Liberty

2. Nike Free Run iD Custom Women’s Running Shoes

Nike Free Run iD Custom Women's Running Shoes

Customise in colours of your choosing. You can even put your name or a 6 character word on each tongue *cough* ‘LeBlow’ *cough*

Nike Free Run iD Custom Women’s Running Shoes, from £95, Nike Store UK

3. Asics GEL-NOOSA TRI 8

Asics Gel Noosa Tri 8

If you have dreams of becoming a children’s television presenter these are the runners for you. These are so in your face. Perfect if the rest of your running gear is terrible as they will steal the attention away from, well, anything.

GEL-NOOSA TRI 8, £100, Asics

4. New Balance Trail 330

New Balance 330 women's running trainer

These are great lightweight trail runners. Ideal if you are new to running and are not sure if it’s something that you will keep up past January.

New Balance Trail 330, £44.99, New Balance

5. Reebok Flex

Reebok Flex women's running trainers

Love love love the simple black and pink colour combo. These are ultra lightweight and the ‘Flex’ sole lets your feet move naturally as they would if you were running barefoot.

Reebok Flex, £49.99 (from £64.99), Reebok

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