When it comes to buying a pair of running shoes it can sometimes seem as tricky as buying something bigger like a bike for instance.
You’re gonna be spending a lot of time in these so it’s important that they’re right for you.
So today I thought I’d run through a few tips on how to select the orthotic running shoes, what type you should wear and when.
Firstly what works for one runner may not necessarily work for another so don’t aimlessly head out and buy a pair of running shoes just because you like the look of them or your friend has recommended them to you.
The best thing you can do is head to your local running store to have your gait analyzed or if you have a pair of well-used running shoes you can check the wear patterns on the soles to see how you pronate and what shoes are suited to you.