At least once a year
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How often should you replace your walking shoes?
Your weight is also a factor鈥攖he more you weigh, the faster your shoes will wear out. If you are walking 30 minutes a day or an average of three to four hours a week, replace your shoes every six months. If you are walking 60 minutes a day or an average of seven hours a week, replace your shoes every three months.
How do you know it’s time to replace your shoes?
Still, you know it’s time to replace your kicks when they begin to have less pop (or response) upon contact, there are visible signs of wear on the sole, and the upper (the part covering your foot) shows signs of breaking down, says Ted Fitzpatrick, director of product footwear running and training at Reebok.
Do you need to replace your running shoes?
Unfortunately, statistics show you are most often in need of replacing your running shoes compared to the other two types. Although the rest of the shoe may look pristine, if the heel of the shoe is worn down excessively the foot and ankle may be compromised providing a gradual decrease of support, which can lead to injury before you know it.
How long do walking shoes last?
The typical athletic shoe is only built to last 350 to 500 miles. While walkers are not pounding their shoes as hard as runners, you are unlikely to still get good support and cushioning past 500 miles. Your weight is also a factor鈥攖he more you weigh, the faster your shoes will wear out.