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Mizuno Running/Football Shoes Reduction Prices start @ £19.99 + Delivery
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#1
would shop around if I were you.
I bought shoes listed at £100 on their site for £60 in the sherunsheruns sale.
#2
weemee002
would shop around if I were you.
I bought shoes listed at £100 on their site for £60 in the sherunsheruns sale.


Hot for me, I checked sheruns and similar trainers are double the price.

Thanks OP
#3
Great deal. Heat added.
banned#4
"shop around" ? Really...? :|

Some great offers. As always with running shoes though, these are personal to each individuals feet. Get your gait checked first at a bricks and mortar running store for the correct type of shoes for you otherwise theres no real point! The guys at the Arndale in Manchester are good for this.

Some good offers on last years Kayanos and the GT2140s (my shoes - £35 cheaper than I paid!) so pretty hot tbh.
#5
If you're anywhere near Bradford and can make it their store you can sometimes get the 10% staff discount depending on how generous the salesperson is feeling.
#6
Was looking at these & the asics yesterday but don't know much about running shoes or prices, any recommendations for cushioned/neutral shoes under £40? Cheers
#7
SpoonyBoy
Was looking at these & the asics yesterday but don't know much about running shoes or prices, any recommendations for cushioned/neutral shoes under £40? Cheers


Best to get a gait analysis done (running style) as you will avoid future injuries, aches and pains. Cushioned or neutral shoes may not necessarily be right for you. As a general rule of thumb, the majority of people overpronate, but this will be dependant on your foot arch. If you have normal arches, you will tend to over-pronate, if you are quite flat-footed/low arches, neutral or cushioned shoes will suit you, and finally, if you have high arches, you will require motion-controlled shoes.
banned#8
which shop in the arndale manchester is good for this????
#9
Well all my shoes wear really significantly on the outside of the heel so I figured my foot rolls outwards when I walk/run. So I thought I was an underpronator & needed cushioned/neutral shoes??

I don't do much running like but might as well get the right ones whilst I'm buying :thumbsup:
#10
SpoonyBoy
Well all my shoes wear really significantly on the outside of the heel so I figured my foot rolls outwards when I walk/run. So I thought I was an underpronator & needed cushioned/neutral shoes??

I don't do much running like but might as well get the right ones whilst I'm buying :thumbsup:



That doesn't really mean much, as all my running shoes have worn out similar to yours. After I had my gait analysed, it showed that although my foot hit the ground on the out part of my heal, my foot would also roll in - apparently this is normal (over-pronate) :thumbsup:
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#12
paulclarke235
which shop in the arndale manchester is good for this????

Sorry...I'm not from that area, so I can't really advise. However, most good running shops should be able to help you a foot analysis, and subsequently offer you the correct fitting trainers. However, the best shops would be those who actually have a treadmill, where they film your running action.

I was amazed as I had been wearing the wrong trainers for a year, but after I had a proper gait analysis, I've been running trouble-free. I originally had my running action analysed by simply running along the pavement, but I found this to be inaccurate. Hope this helps :)
banned#13
paulclarke235
which shop in the arndale manchester is good for this????


Sorry, forgot to say!

It's She runs he runs, they opened up just last year I think. Opposite WHSmiths. they have a treadmill plus camera in a private area that is free (they expect you to buy the trainers from them, of course).

They'll record you running for a bit, then go through the recording with you. Make recommendations and let you try with a correct pair. You don't always need to make an appointment with them but occasionally they might be busy and won't be able to fit you in. If you're unsure, call them.

Definately worth doing!
#14
Anarchist
Sorry, forgot to say!

It's She runs he runs, they opened up just last year I think. Opposite WHSmiths. they have a treadmill plus camera in a private area that is free (they expect you to buy the trainers from them, of course).

They'll record you running for a bit, then go through the recording with you. Make recommendations and let you try with a correct pair. You don't always need to make an appointment with them but occasionally they might be busy and won't be able to fit you in. If you're unsure, call them.

Definately worth doing!


I totally mis-read the original question!
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