Tips for buying a walking shoe? Book A Quote
How to Buy The Right Shoes Good shoes are still the soundest investment you can make, and coupled with a sensible training schedule essential in helping to prevent injury.
Spend time. Walk and run in the shoe. Don't buy shoes because they worked well for someone else. Test them out.
Take along your old shoes, a pair of running socks and your orthotics.
Our Running Room staff can "read" your wear pattern, and it is important to be fitted with the same sock you will run in.
Tell us... About your running history, goals, past injuires, the type of training you do, and what has or hasn't worked for you in the past.
Running Room foot exam.
Whether you have a rigid of flexible foot, a low or high arch, or are flat-footed, makes a difference as to what will best suit you.