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  • How do I know if my running shoes are good?

  • A good rule of thumb is to test your shoe by: Slide your foot forward in your shoe. Insert a finger in between your foot and the heel of the shoe. Verify there is a finger’s width of space to prevent your shoes from being cramped when towards the end of a run.

  • 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.

  • What makes a good pair of running shoes?

  • Whatever your running gait, a good pair of running shoes will provide flexibility, durability, and support. The level of these depends on where your running shoes sit within the five main groups; motion control, cushioned, stability, lightweight, and trail. Motion control running shoes are ideal for any runner who overpronates.

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