Now that summer is finally on the horizon, you can take those workouts from your artificially lit gym or home and into the sunlight. More runners, cyclists and walkers are showing up on North Jersey streets and trails. And a new season means time for new workout gear — especially shoes.
Whether you're planning on taking a stroll around the neighborhood or tackling a 5K (the 37th annual Fred D'Elia Ridgewood Run is on Monday; see ridgewoodrun.com), having the right shoes can ensure a comfortable and injury-free workout. Check out five running shoes new on the market this spring, and their special features.