When finding the right running shoes,it鈥檚 important todetermine your foot arch type and gaitas both of these elements will determine the right pair of running shoes for you. Your foot arch is the area between your heel and the ball of your foot. Your gait is how your feet behave when you run.
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What to look for when buying running shoes?
What to look for: A shoe that flexes or rolls the way your foot wants to move鈥攁t the pace for which you鈥檒l be using the shoes. The foam material between the outsole and the upper, designed to cushion the runner from impact forces and guide the foot through the stride.
Is there a running shoe for every foot?
Just as there is a shoe for every runner, there is a shoe for every foot. Whether you need a wider toe box, a neutral shoe, a specific heel to toe drop, like more energy return through the shoe or just need something to control your foot roll, we have women’s and men’s running shoes designed to meet your needs.
How to choose the right socks for your running shoes?
Always wear the socks you intend to run in when you go for a shoe fitting. Consider a good, technical running sock specifically designed with added arch support and extra padding across the ball of the foot, toes, and the heel.
How should running shoes fit?
You should have at least a thumb width between the end of your longest toe and the end of the shoe ideally for running. ARE YOU WEARING INSOLES? If you already wear insoles, make sure to bring factor them into your fitting as they can change the fit and feel of the footwear. If you haven鈥檛 tried insoles before, maybe now is the time to consider it?