How to choose running shoes
When looking for a good quality pair of running shoes there are a number of things you sohuld take into consideration:
If you’re taking your running shoes away on business or holiday then you need to make sure they are portable and fit easily into your case. Also be sure that your shoes are lightweight and breathable as you could even wear them on the flight.
When running comfort is key, it’s recommended that you should buy your shoes 1/2 to a full size bigger than your foot measurement, this is because your feet swell and expand when running.
For added comfort and for an enhanced running experience take a look at how much cushioning each shoe provides. The shoes cushioning will lessen the impact with each step.
4. Enough toe room
As mentioned before your feet swell and lengthen as you run, so make sure there’s around a thumb’s width of space between your longest toe and the end of your shoe. If there’e enough room to wiggle them around than you’re on to a winner.
5. Don’t put ‘looks’ first
Yes, you want to look good, we all do, but try to find a balance between style and quality. Try not to be swayed by how the shoe looks. Make sure you check the specifications and quality of the running shoe and make sure it’s built to last.
6. Don’t buy cheap
Normally cheap running shoes are too good to be true. They’re often poorly made with low quality materials and generally won’t last you very long. I would always recommend paying a little bit more and getting a high quality pair that are built to last. You will save money in the long run and overall have a better running experience.