November 14, 2019 at 07:00PM by CWC

Footwear is probably the most technical piece of equipment that you slip on in your day-to-day gym regimen. A shoe has to fit properly, it’s got to suit the workout that you’re doing, and it has to hold your foot in place to stave off injury and make you feel super secure. So, as much as you might like your chunky tennies and HIIT trainers for everyday wear, finding a pair of well-fitting non-slip sneakers is never a bad idea.

The trick to finding a pair that’s both slip-resistant and comfortable all comes down to design. Namely, a rubberized sole with intricate tread patterns for extra grip, and a form-fitting upper that melds to the position of your foot. Fortunately, whether you’re looking for walking, jogging, running, hiking, or training shoes, some of our favorite brands have us covered. From APL and Puma to Merrell and Keen, ahead you’ll find eight pairs of non-slip sneakers, all of which have a little something extra to offer.

Photo: APL

APL Women’s TechLoom Bliss, $200

These celeb-fave non-slip sneakers are renowned for their intersection of performance, comfort, and style. The slip-on sneaker is super light, weighing just 6.8 ounces. What’s more, thanks to the wide-stain elastic strap over the top of the foot, you never have to worry about them slipping off mid-stride.

Photo: Puma

AL x PUMA LQDCELL Shatter XT Leather Women’s Training Shoes, $130

We’ve all seen the “train like an angel” workout videos circulating social media—thanks to Adriana Lima Puma training sneakers, now you truly can. The boxing-inspired, fitted-sock silhouette offers extra ankle support for maximum comfort and stability. And remember, just because they were designed with the ring in mind doesn’t mean you can’t rock them for other workouts and environments.

Photo: Merrell

Merrell Women’s Vapor Glove 4 3D, $91

If you like to feel more grounded to the terrain you’re running on, check out these barefoot-inspired training shoes. They feature a 3D sock-like knit upper and a Vibram slip-resistant sole for a virtually shoeless feel that’s still safe in slippery weather.

Photo: York Athletics

York Athletics The Frank by Aly Raisman, $145

If a world champion gymnast can get her workout grind on in these sneaks, so can you. The gold medal-worthy design was built to bridge the gap between work and play, offering up a non-slip shoe that can be worn everywhere from the basketball court to the bar.

Photo: Adidas

Adidas Women’s Running Ultraboost 19 Shoes, $180

Available in a bevy of colors, these five-star running shoes are a fan-favorite for a reason. The knit upper expands and contracts with every step, providing next-level support that’s tailored to the shape of your feet. Additionally, there’s a Torsion Spring embedded in the cushion of the midsole to provide extra support during landing and take off.

Photo: Saucony

Saucony Women’s Kinvara 10, $110

These lightweight running shoes are so cushiony that you’ll feel like you’re leaping from cloud to cloud. Built to be breathable and supportive, every aspect of the shoes ensure a safe and comfortable ride.

Photo: Nike

Nike Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit 3, $190

Sold in nine stylish colorways, these bouncy sneakers are as aesthetically pleasing as they are performance driven. The flyknit upper comfortably hugs the foot for toe-to-heel support that conforms to your every move.

Photo: Keen

Keen Women’s Terradora Evo, $150

If your preferred method of outdoor exercise is more about hiking than running, be sure to add a pair of these best-selling sneaker boots to your cart. They feature a knit upper and a classic Keen boot sole for maximum traction wherever the trail leads you.

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Author Rebecca Norris | Well and Good
Selected by CWC

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