Here’s a look at some of the most cushioned shoes you’ll see in 2016.

Although shoes with copious amounts of cushioning have been around for a while, maximally cushioned running shoes have exploded in popularity over the past two years. The category was pioneered by Hoka One One in 2010, but that’s certainly not the only brand producing shoes with thick, cushy midsoles in 2016. Are they all “maximalist” models? Maybe, maybe not. Most brands don’t use the “maximalist” moniker, but then again there isn’t a universal midsole thickness or stack height dimension that defines maximal cushioning. Here are 15 highly cushioned models you’ll see at running stores this spring and summer.

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Brian Metzler is the editor of Competitor.com and Competitor magazine.

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Altra Olympus 2.0, $150
Hoka One One Vanquish 2, $170
New Balance Fresh Foam 1080, $150
Nike Free RN Distance, $120
Saucony Triumph ISO 2, $150
Saucony Kinvara 7, $110
Under Armour Fat Tire, $150
Hoka Bondi 4, $150
Brooks Transcend 2, $170
Skechers GoTrail 3, $110
Salomon Sense ProPulse, $150
Pearl Izumi N3 Trail, $135
Hoka One One Clifton 3, $130
Lunar Tempo 2, $100