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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Amazon Prime Day is here again, and if the Amazon Halo news from a few weeks ago wasn’t enough to prove it, Amazon isn’t staying in the minor leagues of health and wellness this year. If you’re looking for workout shoes, now’s a good time to buy because you can save up to 40% off some of the biggest names in fitness gear — including Adidas and New Balance.

Start slashing gifts off of your “to-get” list for the fitness enthusiasts in your life with these deals on workout shoes for Amazon Prime Day. 

As a reminder, these deals are only available to Amazon Prime members, who pay $119 per year for the service.

Under Armour

You won’t want to miss Under Armour’s Amazon Prime Day sale if you’re looking for a sport-specific shoe. Today, you can find basketball shoes, baseball shoes, lacrosse shoes and volleyball shoes for up to 35% off. No worries if you don’t play sports, though — Under Armour also has training shoes, running shoes and slide sandals on sale. The HOVR Rise Training Shoe at 35% off is a steal for anyone looking for a new pair of versatile gym shoes.

New Balance

Your dad probably wears New Balance sneaks, but “dad shoes” aren’t the only type of shoes New Balance sells. The company actually makes some rather attractive and functional training shoes and running shoes, such as the 520 V6 Running Shoe, which features a wide toe box and a reinforced heel counter for total comfort during your runs.

Adidas

If fashion is just as important to you as function, head over to the Adidas Amazon Prime Day sale for up to 40% off on tons of styles, from running shoes to walking shoes to multifunctional cross-trainers.

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