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7 Best Stores for Running Shoes in Malaysia | Best of Lifestyle 2023

There are plenty of good running shoes brands out there, but that’s what gives us a hard time when choosing one. A good pair of shoes also depends on a lot of factors, and that depends on our needs, specifications, goals and budget. However, knowing a good brand or store can actually help before choosing a shoe that will be our running companion. With plenty of options in the market, which then is the best store for running shoes in Malaysia? In our Best of Lifestyle series, we have curated the latest 7 Best Stores for Running Shoes in Malaysia, providing quality recommendations to suit your budget and lifestyle. For the ultimate guides, also check out our best hiking shoes and fitbit recommendations!

This article was last updated on 10 January 2023

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7 Best Stores for Running Shoes in Malaysia

1. Puma



Puma merges sports and fashion with their stylish products that have urban looks, creating shoes that are easy on the eyes with striking sporty colours and designs. Based in Germany, they’ve constantly used advanced engineering to make sportswear better, both in terms of performance and style. And, their shoes are also pretty affordable when compared to other high-end brands. 

Take these Enzo 2 Women’s Running Shoes and Unisex Flyer Flex Running Shoes for example. They’re both stylish and comfortable to wear without costing an earth, and they have unbeatable traction that are specially engineered for runners.

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2. 361 Degrees

361 Degrees

Founded in 2003, 361 Degrees made a splash for a perfect combination of stability, comfort and weight on its running shoes. Their shoe platform is known to be wider (but not clumsy), and are perfect for runners looking for a tough shoe with mild stability that is extremely durable. Among their running shoes, we fancy these 361 Degrees Women’s Running Shoes that represent the brand’s quality really well, as well as offering good breathability, lightweight and non-slip outsoles, and is easy to wear for daily running tasks.

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A footwear brand with over 20 years of experience and over 6300 stores worldwide, XTEP is the only affordable shoe brand comparable to the quality of Asics, Nike and Adidas in the market today. Their running shoes are no exception, featuring designs that are comfortable to wear and lightweight, as well as made with the health of runners in mind. 

A good example is the Dynamic Foam Men Running Shoes, offering outstanding comfort, shock-absorbing design and uncomparable performance for its value. Designed to catch some eyes, these shoes are also available in 5 stylish colours. 

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4. Adidas



Starting from making lightweight football shoes in the 1950s, Adidas have come a long way making high quality sportswear that everyone knows and loves today. Their shoes are known to be exceptionally light and have improved shock-absorption, with top runners such as Helah Kiprop, Shure Demise and Flomena Daniel wearing them during their championship quests. 

For serious runners who want to improve their performance, we strongly recommend these Adidas Runfalcon Shoes. It comes at a hefty price, but it’s seriously lightweight, has a super grip, well-padded, comfortable, and good-looking, too. In fact, the running shoe boasts an excellent 4.6 out of 5 rating from over 46,000 reviews in RunRepeat.

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5. Diadora


Diadora is among the best running shoes brands when it comes to comforts and stretch to fit. But on top of all these, they’re shoes are also known to be inexpensive, which makes them a great value option. This Diadora’s bestseller Running Shoes DF200084-Z011910 is one of the best pairs from the brand, offering a lightweight feel and enhanced cushioning that are perfect for short runs and long walks. In addition, it also uses wear-resistant duratech 5000 compound in the heel area for an extreme durability.

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If there’s one brand of running shoes that can’t be left out, it’s Asics. A Japanese brand with over 70 years of experience in the sports footwear industry, Asics made a step forward to emphasise technological advancement in their products by opening the Institute of Sports Science in Kobe, and they have fine-tuned the best running shoes ever since. 

Offering plenty of options for different types of runners, our favourite from Asics is always the Dynablast 2 Men Running Shoes. Made with DYNABLAST™ and FF BLAST™ technology, this pair offers an excellent bounce that makes you run faster more comfortably – a perfect choice for runners seeking a comfortable ride. 

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7. Under Armour

Under Armour

Despite being a newcomer in the industry, Under Armour has topped Nike’s growth in the past 6 years, with top athletes like Stepthen Curry and Tom Brady choosing the brand for their signature shoes. Their running shoes are known to have excellent cushioning and stability, as well as always using the latest technology to improve runners’ performance, and that shows in their latest UA Women’s Charged Pursuit 3. Light and flexible, their pairs are perfect for serious runners.

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