Win a pair of Decathlon Kiprun KS500 running shoes! - Women's Running

Win a pair of Decathlon Kiprun KS500 running shoes!

Author: Holly Taylor

Read Time:   |  October 27, 2021

Win a pair of Decathlon’s brilliant Kiprun KS500, worth £69.99, designed to help you fly through those miles

Going to Decathlon is sheer joy for a runner – or for anyone interested in doing absolutely anything outdoors. With over 2000 stores across 56 countries, so many runners enjoy regular trips to this sporting treasure trove. From nutrition to socks, from shoes to bras, you will find simply everything you need in store. It was the one shop we missed during lockdown, and the place we feel most at home.

We also know that Decathlon is more than just your average retailer: firstly, there’s its commitment to the environment. Through the fabrics and materials it uses, to the packaging and transportation choices, Decathlon wears its green creds firmly on its sleeves. And secondly, there’s its commitment to quality and price: we know we’re going to get good value the minute we step through the door.

And while Decathlon is firmly focussed on value, that hasn’t stopped it striving for excellence in design and technology. The running shoes and apparel from Decathlon are packed with technical know-how, and each product is rigorously tested in the lab and on the road.

The competition

We all want a part of that, right? Of course! We’ve paired up with Decathlon to offer three lucky runners a pair of its flagship Kiprun KS500 trainers, worth £69.99. These stable, comfortable shoes are designed for training runs and races up to marathon distance. Equipped with Kalensole foam, they offer optimal cushioning and stability for each step of your run. And despite their light weight, at just 239g, they’re beautifully grippy, offering much-needed confidence in changeable weather.

Want a pair? Of course you do. Simply answer the following question, and good luck!

Written by

Holly Taylor

Holly Taylor

Holly Taylor is the digital editor of Women’s Running and co-host of the Women’s Running podcast, where she shares her running journey as well as the inspiring stories of women runners all over the country. She’s never been the sporty type, but running is the first time she’s felt real joy in getting active. She loves talking about running with a community of inclusive and supportive runners, and Women's Running is the perfect space for this. She's currently aiming for a half marathon PB!

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