Shoes

Arch Support – How Much Do Runners Need?

The term "arch support" is bandied back and forth quite a bit in running circles. Understanding the idea is critical to finding the right pair of shoes for your feet. Different types of feet - neutral, high-arch, or low-arch/flat feet all have ...

Running Vs Walking Shoes: Key Differences Between Shoes

There's a meme going around, from Reddit, that running was invented when someone tried to walk twice at the same time. At first glance, walking and running might appear similar enough to entertain this thought while you wait to stop laughing at it. ...

Stability vs Motion Control Running Shoes – What’s the Difference?

Having the right type of shoes for running can make all the difference. But with all the different types of shoes on the market, how do you know which one is right for you? Not every runner needs  a special shoe like a stability shoe or a ...

How To Deodorize Shoes and Keep Them Smelling Fresh

Smelly shoes are pretty nasty, and it can be easy for running shoes to get even nastier than that. We ask a lot of our running shoes, with all the sweating we do in them, and you should be taking care of them just like you take care of your running ...

Is It Important To Rotate Running Shoes?

How important is it to alternate between pairs of running shoes? In one word: very. As you’ll discover with the additional words in this article, it’s helpful to own two or more pairs of running shoes. We’ll explain why. In addition, we’ll cover ...

Heel-to-Toe Drop: What is It and What to Look For in Running Shoes

New runners have a lot of vocabulary to learn when first getting into the sport. Among the talk of paces and intervals and training cycles, technical terminology from the shoes world can get lost in the shuffle. Still, understanding running shoes is ...

Best and Most Comfortable Shoes for Standing All Day in 2020

  Standing all day long can really take a toll on your feet and ankles. Your knees, legs, and lower back pay the price, too. The best way to offset fatigue and aches and pains is to make sure you wear a good pair of supportive shoes. ...

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Shoe Review

  Nike's classic neutral trainer keeps it consistent in its 36th version The Air Zoom Pegasus 36 retains its place as Nike's most reliable everyday trainer. Made for neutral runners, this shoe is cushioned with a little bit of pop for ...

Brooks vs ASICS – Which Brand is Right for You?

If you are a runner, you’ve heard of two of the most popular running shoe brands on the market: Brooks and ASICS. What is the difference between them? Why would a runner choose one over the other? Although both Brooks and ASICS are known for ...

Brooks Glycerin 18 Review

  A plush, cushioned shoe that wraps your foot in all the right places The Brooks Glycerin 18 is a comfortable, cushioned everyday running shoe made for neutral pronators focusing on distance or recovery runs, not speed.  ...

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