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Looking for some decent running trainers as I often get bad ankles when running on the roads, what are good makes of running trainers and any good offers plz?
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Looking for some decent running trainers as I often get bad ankles when running on the roads, what are good makes of running trainers and any good offers plz?
stevey06 Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#1
You should go to a good running shop and have an assessment so you can get a pair of trainers that suit your running style.
banned#2
Asics are great. You need to get feet checked ideally first for gait to match trainers to foot type. A good running shop will provide this service.
#3
I got the new Kswiss ones from JJB/DW Sports....



They are currently on offer
[mod]#4
You can never go wrong with Asics but as M_C has pointed out, you ought to get your feet checked as if you are keen on running you want a pair of shoe that will not cause you discomfort.
#5
Nike Frees. Yum.
#6
I have the asics kinsei and love them about £105 Therabouts well recommended
#7
Couldn't agree more with the comments. Get your gait assessed, then pick up some Asics from online retailer. I too run in Kinsei's, boutght last years version for £55 from link below.

Hope that helps. Otherwise sportshoes are good too.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/heavily-discounted-running-trainers/833353
#8
as has been stated if you plan on seriously getting into it go get your gait checked at a running shop so you can get shoes adjusted to your running style.

If you do this go for a pair of Brooks. (i have a pair for correcting mild overpronation) they are the most comfortable trainers i have ever worn.

If you cant get brooks, get Asics.
#9
ericagradus
Couldn't agree more with the comments. Get your gait assessed, then pick up some Asics from online retailer. I too run in Kinsei's, boutght last years version for £55 from link below.

Hope that helps. Otherwise sportshoes are good too.






http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/heavily-discounted-running-trainers/833353


Great price mate if only i was size 15 bargain
banned#10
running or jogging? big difference!
#11
the porter
ericagradus
Couldn't agree more with the comments. Get your gait assessed, then pick up some Asics from online retailer. I too run in Kinsei's, boutght last years version for £55 from link below.Hope that helps. Otherwise sportshoes are good too.[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/heavily-discounted-running-trainers/833353
Great price mate if only i was size 15 bargain


Unfortunately when I posted deal, there were lots more size options i.e. I am a 6. But unfortunately deal got voted cold
#12
nike tn are the best i think
#13
As above-you are best to go to a local running shop and speak to staff to get a gait analysis of your running style- as there are different trainers for different styles i.e. over pronator- then look at suitable trainers, then google ones you like to find best deal!
#14
Asics

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