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The FITNESS Spring 2010 Sneaker Guide

Experience love at first stride with our biggest-ever shoe guide. We asked 115 readers to step, ride, and even splash their way through this spring's sportiest styles. Find your perfect pair here.
Keen Voyageur The Best Hiking Shoe

Keen Voyageur
Ain't no mountain high enough for this hiker! It's got multidirectional lugs on the outsole that grip uphills, downhills, and uneven terrains. A durable foam midsole helps buffer joints from bumps along the path and is stiff enough to stabilize your ankles. "I'm sensitive to blisters, and these are the only shoes I didn't have to break in," says one tester. "They're perfect for rugged ground or a flat, fast hike." ($100, keenfootwear.com)

Footnote: Hikers worry about keeping their footing, especially Lara Rosenbaum, 35, who has an old ankle injury. "After a snowy two-hour hike, I knew there was no way my ankle would roll in the Keen Voyageur," says Lara, who lives in Salt Lake City.