Runners always appreciate a running shoes that is lightweight and has a well built feel into it. I think an idea running shoe should be light and doesn’t have any drag. Some veteran runners believe that every ounce on a shoe is a one second per mile drag, which is why they are running with a shoe specifically designed for racing and weight less considerably light.
From the line of neutral shoes, I think that the Saucony Kinvara 5 is the lightest I’ve tried, only 6.7 – 7.7 ounces, depends on the size and gender. Stability shoes are heavier because of their additional support and arch.
Sweat really builds up when you are running, and this will lead to blisters and other unpleasant things. A breathable running shoes will always keep your feet cool, and away from sweat. The Brooks PureConnect is the best for this, because of the efficient stitching and breathable mesh on the upper part of the shoe.