StyleWatch Editors Want to Know: What Are Your Favorite Sneakers?

02/03/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

When you take running seriously like Reese, you’ve got to care about what sneakers you wear. And even for those of us who count strolling between strolls as exercise, we think long and hard about the look of our walking sneakers. With all the options on the market today — running, tennis, walking, lifestyle — how do you pick which ones you love? We want to know all about your favorites. Tell us: What is your favorite sneaker? Do you have different ones for working out and hanging out?

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Elda on

Nikes, i’ve been so lazy these last few weeks (my boyfriend has me so spoiled)!! But this picture of Reese jogging gives me hope to start again!

Sylvia on

ASICS GEL. I am a nurse, on my feet 12 hours a day, and they are the ONLY shoes I will wear.
Nike shoes are over-rated – very little support and poorly made.
Just my opinion!

BC on

If there is one person I can’t stand its reese she is a snot and ugly as hell IMO

Sam on

I dont run, but everyday I wear my converse. Their cheap and comfortable and go with anything.

angie on

I agree she is a snot did you see her at the golden globes omg she acted like her you know what does not stink

Sonya on

I am a runner who has done several marathons and I have never like Nikes for running. I have worn adidas, new balance and saucony. I love all three but there are good attributes to all three. The sauconys seem to have better shock absorption and are easier on the knees and other joints. All new balances seem to have lots of toe room and wiggle room so they are good for really long runs where your feet expand. Adidas is good but I never noticed any stand out qualities about them, they’re good for someone of average size and who is not a high mileage runner.

Ann C. on

For running/working out it has got to be Asics…great support and style. For everyday…Sketchers or Champion.

Ann C.
Age: 35
Kennesaw, GA

Julia on

I like Adidas because they are comfortable and they look cute 2

Briana on

My Fav’s are New Balance!

Kim S on

Pumas are most definitly the most comfortable shoes, not to mention they are super cute! They mold to your foot and have great arch support when I run, I definitly won’t be trading my pumas in for anything else!

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