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HELP_BEST STABILITY RUNNING SHOES? + other clothing - Liverpool Half Marathon

cheekywelshguy Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Hi, could any people offer there advise on running equipment?

Im after some new running shoes, iv checked my feet and require STABILITY ones

iv been looking at

Asics Gel Kinsei 2 & ASICS GEL KAYANO 15 but they are expensive

Best price is £108 & £75 delivered???

also any advise on best SOCK? to use?

also running clothing? to cope with sweat and the wind/ rain etc

any help would be great!! THANKS
cheekywelshguy Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
whatever happened to just trainers and tracksuit
#2
What size are you? I sell quality trainers.
#3
Try the Asics GT2130. It's around £50 most places now, and a very comfortable shoe with lots of stability.

You need some running clothing thats breathable and that draws water away from you. I like the Nike dri-fit tops and base layers. Avoid cotton too or you may find two bright red patches where your nipples used to be.

Get some good quality socks from a running shop. They normally have loads of cushioning in the right places, and are good fitting where it counts to reduce blisters. I use Gore winter socks and find them really comfortable without my feet overheating.

For training, especially this time of year I'd recommend a hi-vis jacket too. JJB do a really good cheap one for around £9. I've used mine for well over a year now, and is still good. They're thin so you wont get too hot. You wont get knocked down in the dark, and it'll give you that little bit more warmth to start with.
#4
thesummerof69
What size are you? I sell quality trainers.


10.5 WHY WHAT DO U SELL? :w00t:
#5
milesy29
Try the Asics GT2130. It's around £50 most places now, and a very comfortable shoe with lots of stability.

You need some running clothing thats breathable and that draws water away from you. I like the Nike dri-fit tops and base layers. Avoid cotton too or you may find two bright red patches where your nipples used to be.

Get some good quality socks from a running shop. They normally have loads of cushioning in the right places, and are good fitting where it counts to reduce blisters. I use Gore winter socks and find them really comfortable without my feet overheating.

For training, especially this time of year I'd recommend a hi-vis jacket too. JJB do a really good cheap one for around £9. I've used mine for well over a year now, and is still good. They're thin so you wont get too hot. You wont get knocked down in the dark, and it'll give you that little bit more warmth to start with.



:thumbsup: for the heads up with the cotton! hehe!! i would like my nipples to remain where they are!!

I think i may go and use the free shoe fitting in a new shop in liverpool??
#6
My husband buys 1000 mile socks for running and says they are good. http://www.1000mile.co.uk/1000milesocks.htm
#7
LJC79
My husband buys 1000 mile socks for running and says they are good. http://www.1000mile.co.uk/1000milesocks.htm


:thumbsup: thats confirmed then as my friend has also said them!!

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