- Jennifer Lopez, 54, was recently
- Reviewers rave that these shoes feel like “floating on air” and run true to size.
- These celeb-favorite running shoes are in stock at Amazon, Nordstrom, and Nike right now.
When she’s not performing at the Super Bowl or acting on the big screen, Jennifer Lopez may just be sporting some relatable athleisure and comfy streetwear. The Mother actress was recently spotted out in Los Angeles wearing oversized pink joggers and a pair of Nike’s, specifically the Air Presto Running Shoes, which are available on Amazon for as little as $75.
These celeb-approved running shoes offer a soft, stretchy, sock-like fit and cushioned bottoms for all-day comfort. They are available in sizes five to 12 in both white and black (J.Lo opted for the black).
Whether you’re going running, doing some errands, or heading to the grocery store, these sneakers can help get the job done in comfort and style. Not only did these shoes capture the attention of the 54-year-old style icon but also numerous reviewers who have nothing but praise for the pair.
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“I can’t say enough compliments about this shoe. They have finally developed a style that will adjust to the width of your foot,” writes one reviewer. “It holds my foot in place without thrusting it toward the toe. I will never buy another shoe!” Another reviewer writes: “Best shoes I’ve ever worn, and they do right by my feet, so worth the price to me. They are literally like floating on air when you run in them!”
The Shotgun Wedding star’s latest sneakers are available at Amazon, Nordstrom, and Nike right now. The best part? These comfy kicks typically go for $135, but they’re only $75-$95 (price depending on size) at Amazon right now, making it a great time to add them to your cart.
If Jennifer Lopez’s exact shoe isn’t quite right for you, check out some similar styles of Nike running shoes below.
Casey Clark is a freelance journalist who specializes in beauty, health, and style-related commerce content. She graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in journalism. Her work has been published in Women’s Health, Forbes, Better Homes & Gardens, and more.