DICK’S Sporting Goods has so many solid sneakers on sale — wear them to run to class, run to get food, or just do regular running

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Whether you’re a runner or a track star — or just like to dress like one — a solid pair of sneakers is a good investment. While some are more stylish than others, the main purpose of these shoes is to support your feet no matter where you take them. Right now, DICK’S Sporting Goods has tons of running shoes and other athletic styles on sale from top brands like Nike, adidas, Hoka and more.

You can save up to 60% off during the store’s Clearance Clearout Event, which actually includes more than shoes on sale. However, the sneaker deals definitely stand out.

Take a look below at five top athletic sneaker picks from the sale. You could wear any of these to run to class, run to pick up food or do some real, actual running. Then, check out the DICK’S website to shop the whole clearance section.

1. Nike Women’s React Infinity 3 Running Shoes, $80.72 – $89.98 (Orig. $159.99)

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Nike’s React Infinity 3 Running Shoes are a hybrid of the brand’s standard running shoes and its FlyKnit styles. This shoe features the super comfy FlyKnit upper and pairs it with a standard tongue, so you get the sock-like feel with the adjustability of a traditional shoe. The foam sole is also shaped like a rocker to support every stage when a runner’s foot hits the ground.

2. adidas Women’s Ultraboost 5.0 DNA Running Shoes, $80.72 – $149.98 (Orig. $179.99 – $189.99)

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People love the adidas Ultraboost sneakers for their extra bouncy sole and sock-like feel. Plus, they’re actually pretty cute. The athletic brand uses its own proprietary Primeknit material on the upper part of the shoe and offers more supportive foam in the heel.

3. HOKA Women’s Clifton 8 Running Shoes, $111.98 (Orig. $139.99)

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You can’t go anywhere, especially a gym or running track, without seeing a pair of Hoka sneakers. The Clifton style is one of its most popular for men and women, and while it looks nice, it also has the APMA Seal of Approval. The acceptance program recognizes products that are beneficial to foot health, so you can rest assured that this shoe really is doing some good for your feet.

4. APL Women’s Streamline Shoes, $223.99 (Orig. $319.99)

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APL sneakers are extremely bouncy and comfortable, but they usually have a pretty hefty price tag. They also almost never go on sale either, so this discount is kind of a big deal. According to the product description, the Streamline shoes have a two-piece proprietary APL FutureFoam midsole that’s specifically for running and offers maximum cushioning.

5. Brooks Women’s Ghost 14 Running Shoes, $99.98 (Orig. $139.99)

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If you’re a hardcore runner, you’ve heard of Brooks and maybe even own a pair. While they’re not the most street-style friendly, your feet will thank you after a long run. The Ghost style is a marathon favorite and offers plenty of cushion and support.

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