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While Garner’s actual moves in Tuesday’s post are hard to take your eyes off of, the bright orange sneakers that help her effortlessly execute too many box jumps to count caught our attention. And luckily for us, they’re still in stock.
the Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 sneakers are designed for all types of workouts. You can perform HIIT and cross-training moves in them, as Garner displayed, or go for a long walk, a hike, or jog. The high-quality cushioning and endurance-driven technology that went into these makes them perfect for just about any kind of workout or movement, and the breathable mesh and anti-slip laces provide comfort and security, too.
And if electric orange isn’t quite your thing, they come in five other colors.
Buy It! Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 Sneakers, $160–$170; rei.com
We know that Jen G. is a fan, and so are dozens of REI shoppers, who’ve written in reviews that the Saucony kicks are “super light” and provide “great comfort.” One even wrote that they’re “absolutely obsessed with those shoes,” wearing them for everything from quick workouts to long runs.
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And finally, the Brooks Glycerin 19 Neutral Running Shoes, a repeat favorite of hers. These are evidently so popular with other runners that only a few sizes are still available, and surprisingly, they’re on sale.
Buy It! Brooks Glycerin 19 Neutral Running Shoes, $120.93 (orig. $150); rei.com