APL Sneakers To Help Keep Your 2018 Fit Goals In Check

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We are 17 days in 2018 and now is an important time to check-in with yourself about your fitness goals. If you are like many of us, you may want to lose a few pounds or just tone up a bit. Whatever your fitness goals may be, you are going to need the appropriate sneakers to help keep you fit. If you are looking for the perfect kicks, we’ve got you covered! Take a look below from specific looks from APL sneakers.

Best Shoes for Weight Training & Boot Camp

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While the Ascend is also the ideal training shoe. It’s the most efficient for one’s boot camp/circuit training needs. The shoe is designed to offer stability and comfort while lifting weights and during quick movements through its external counter heel. Yet the Ascend’s feather design makes it lightweight and flexible to keep users light on their toes while switching circuits.

Best Shoes for Running

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The 3D Stretch found in all Techloom Phantom shoes moves and contracts and expands as the foot does. Its neoprene tongue offers a secure sock-like fit and allows for the laces to be secured and out of the runners way. This not only creates a sleeker fit, but less wind resistance and prevents accidents due to tripping. The shoe is built with APL’s Propelium® technology giving runners enhanced cushioning and comfort.

Just Getting Back in Shape Shoe

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The TechLoom Pro is built to offer exceptional fit, comfort and maximum breathability. The construction of the shoe through its one piece upper offers users a more comfortable fit for all day use. The shoe is built with APL’s Propelium® technology, allow for a cloud-like feel while in movement. The average TechLoom Pro weighs 6.8 oz, coming in lighter than an apple.

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