How to Choose the Right Running Shoes
Before you start running, you need to know how to choose the right running shoes.
Shoes that don’t fit well can lead to discomfort, blisters or more serious injuries, so it’s important to find the right pair.
Your running shoes won’t fit the same way as your casual shoes, and the size of your feet changes over time, so don't rely on how your shoes fit in the past. So, measure your feet. A local running store will take accurate dynamic measurements to get you into the right shoe.
Also invest in quality shoes. A $120 price tag might seem steep, but the investment is worth it. The premium materials last longer, and the technology is backed up by scientific research.
Pro tips: Once you’re into running, it’s also important to know how to make your running shoes last and when they’re ready to be replaced. Also, rotating through at least two pairs of shoes on a regular basis helps the shoes last longer and helps you to stave off injury.