10 Best Running Shoes For Large Feet

Updated on: February 2021

Best Running Shoes For Large Feet in 2021


Brooks Mens Ghost 12 Running Shoe - Black/Pearl/Oyster - 2E - 11.5

Brooks Mens Ghost 12 Running Shoe - Black/Pearl/Oyster - 2E - 11.5
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

UNDER ARMOUR Men's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, White (102)/White, 9.5

UNDER ARMOUR Men's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, White (102)/White, 9.5
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • NEUTRAL: For runners who need a balance of flexibility & cushioning
  • Lightweight mesh upper with 3-color digital print delivers complete breathability
  • Durable leather overlays for stability & that locks in your midfoot
  • EVA sockliner provides soft, step-in comfort
  • Charged Cushioning midsole uses compression molded foam for even greater responsiveness & durability, providing optimal cushioning & energy return

ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 6 Running Shoe, Indigo Blue/Black/Energy Green, 10.5 Medium US

ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 6 Running Shoe, Indigo Blue/Black/Energy Green, 10.5 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Rearfoot GEL Cushioning System: Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
  • Removable Sockliner: A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
  • Removable Sockliner: A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
  • Trail Specific Outsole: Reversed lugs provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
  • AHAR Outsole: Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.

ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 5-M, Black/Onyx/Charcoal, 13 M US

ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 5-M, Black/Onyx/Charcoal, 13 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Outdoor-ready runner with mesh and brushstroke-patterned underlays
  • Rearfoot GEL cushioning
  • Removable sockliner accommodates medical orthotics
  • Trail-specific outsole with reversed traction lugs
  • AHAR outsole rubber in critical high-wear areas

ASICS Men's Gel-Contend 5 Running Shoes, 10M, Black/White

ASICS Men's Gel-Contend 5 Running Shoes, 10M, Black/White
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Cushioning: Lightweight, flexible response. Surface: Road. Differential: 10 mm. Heel/Toe: 22 mm/12 mm. Built for the low-mileage runner looking for a versatile, everyday shoe. Breathable mesh and synthetic upper materials. Laminate mid-foot cage provides structural support. Lace-up closure. Padded tongue and collar. Breathable fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel. Removable textile footbed. Ortholite® sockliner provides excellent underfoot support, comfort, and moisture manag
  • Please click here for more information about ASICS® Running Technology.
  • The ASICS® GEL-Contend® 5 running shoe has the lightweight durability and superior traction to take your running workout to the next level.
  • Predecessor: GEL-Contend 4.
  • Support Type: Neutral to underpronation.

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 5 Trail Running Shoe, Frost Gray/Silver/Soothing Sea, 10 M US

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 5 Trail Running Shoe, Frost Gray/Silver/Soothing Sea, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Rubber sole
  • Rugged neutral runner in mesh with bright overlays
  • GEL Cushioning System
  • Removable foam sockliner accommodates orthotics
  • Trail-specific outsole with multi-surface traction

New Balance Women's 680 V6 Running Shoe, Peach Soda/Ginger Pink/Natural Indigo, 7 M US

New Balance Women's 680 V6 Running Shoe, Peach Soda/Ginger Pink/Natural Indigo, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
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ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 6 Running Shoes, 9.5W, Steel Grey/Papaya

ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 6 Running Shoes, 9.5W, Steel Grey/Papaya
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • AmpliFoam Midsole - Engineered to maintain durability at softer densities, providing better flexibility, comfort, and platform adaptability ideal for natural running.
  • Rearfoot GEL technology cushioning system - Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
  • Ortholite Sockliner - Moisture management (Ortholite is a registered trademark of ATP Manufacturing LLC).

New Balance Women's Fresh Foam 1080 V10 Running Shoe, Bali Blue/Ginger Pink, 10 M US

New Balance Women's Fresh Foam 1080 V10 Running Shoe, Bali Blue/Ginger Pink, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Fresh Foam midsole
  • Hypoknit upper
  • Data-driven design

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 7 Trail Running Shoes, 8.5M, Sheet Rock/ICE Mint

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 7 Trail Running Shoes, 8.5M, Sheet Rock/ICE Mint
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Durable uppers crafted from synthetic leather and breathable mesh
  • Lace up closure for a secure fit
  • Fabric linings keep feet cool and dry
  • Stabilizing internal heel counter gently helps your foot remain in its natural line of motion
  • ORTHOLITE sockliner provides a cushioned layer underfoot, while molding to the shape of your foot for added comfort

Nike+ on Android

Since its inception the Nike+ Running app has been coveted by Android users and on June 22nd Nike released the app to Android.

On Friday June 22 Nike released the long awaited Nike+ Android app. I like many other non-apple users have been waiting patiently for this app to come out. I have to admit that due to the hype about making an Android supported app I was very surprised that there was not more talk about this app's release.

I was recently considering giving in and getting a fuelband or one of the sport watches because there are many sites out there that work like Nikeplus.com but none have the graphics and user engagement like this quite like Nike's. I tried out Runkeeper but the user interface just is no where near as nice as that of Nike+ and I have been on Dailymile for a few months now and I'm really liking their site, but I'm thinking about dropping one of these site for Nike.

When I first opened the app this was after the first update since its release so most of the reviews that are found in the Google Play Store are not relevant any more. The app is very easy to navigate but it does take a little getting used to. Upon first opening the app after downloading it will prompt you to sign in with either Facebook for Nike+. I suggest going to the Nike+ site and signing up before downloading the app it will make things easier and takes less time to set up especially when working with those tiny phone screens and keyboards. I have not tried to connect with my Facebook, I did, though. try to connect with Twitter but that did not work so well. There has since been another Twitter is connected to my Nike+ account.

What they do not tell you anywhere in the app or online is that when you are using the app and you shut the screen off on your phone the app keeps running but will only keep track of how long you have been running the app not how far you have gone. When you are out on a run make sure that you lock the app by sliding the lock at the bottom of the screen so that the background changes from red to black then if should keep track of your distance while conserving battery life. But you are still not able to turn off the screen and keep the app tracking distance, hopefully this will happen in a future update.

Ending the run I found the most complicated part. There is no end run button and when you are on the "run" screen you are not able to access any other part of the app. What I have discovered is if you tap somewhere on the bottom right of the screen then the lock slider changes to an end run slider. This must be made more obvious the new user.

The app just feels natural. When in the middle of a run and you want to know your current stats all you have to do is double tap the screen and an automated voice will read off your time, distance and stride without having to look at the screen. There is also the option to schedule when the app will tell you what is on the screen, the preset is every mile.

The most confusing part of the run screen I have found is that to pause the run you tap the "pause run" bar at the bottom of the screen. My instinct is to slide the lock across the screen to pause because of how so many other apps have their pause buttons set up. The lock there just locks the screen does not pause the run. Keep in mind that when the run is pause you cannot lock the screen because the lock slider turns into an end run slider.

The best part I have found is that when you create a goal on the Nike+ site the goal will appear at the bottom of the screen in the app. A little green line will indicate how much progress you have made towards your goal what the goal is and how long you have to complete it.

The app as you complete tasks such as running a certain distance, running a distance in a certain amount of time, will challenge you to beat your time. When you want to start a run it will present you with the last time you did this run and ask if you want to try and beat it. I find this to be a very motivating feature, not only does it push you to get out there but also to do better, go farther, run longer. As an added bonus they give you little metals for completing these goals and as you go farther then the challenges get harder.

While there are minor tweeks here and there that will need to be made by Nike to get this app running more smoothly, as a first release I am very pleased with it. One thing that bothers me a little is that this app does not play well with others. I was on a long run and saw this amazing view so I stopped to take a picture and then Nike+ crashed. There were complaints about the app draining a lot of battery and crashing on long runs, the farthest I have taken it is up to 4 miles and it was fine. There are still a few issues with the GPS, at least on my Atrix 4G the maps feature in the app is not working. Although after this last update they said it should, I'll send them another support ticket to let them know its not there yet.

Update 13.12.2020:
Recently Nike+ on my Android running Gingerbread was having problems and I thought that uninstalling and reinstall would have fixed the bugs, but alas Nike updated the app so it is no longer available for systems bellow Ice Cream Sandwich.

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