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Anyone recommend any running shoes? I mean not for Casual but running? nothing too steep! just right for the job? Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
Anyone recommend any running shoes? I mean not for Casual but running?
nothing too steep! just right for the job?
murabi Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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Asics are pretty good, im going to play football now, my brother has got some good ones which are good for his feet.

ill try and link them later if I can.
#2
i spent 17 years in the army and swear by new balance. asics and saucony are good too. you need to try them and find a set you like, comfy etc. they are all designed for different feet too so you ll need to check if your a neutral runner, over/under pronater etc.
banned#3
New Balance?
#4
yes i would reccomend a pair of new balance.. they start from £30 at jjb, theyre also made in the UK
#5
if possible go to a specialist running shop for a proper fitting and examination of your stride / strike pattern. ultimately it is both a subjective thing and a matter of what brand are suited to your foot shape, for e..g i have very narrow feet so find adidas ideal...once you find a good brand you can then just shop online for the cheapest deal. hth

dan ;-)
#6
Can anyone recommend Adidas Climacool or Nikes "Dri-Fit"? I suffer from veerrrryyy hot feet. (i dont think they are suitable for wet whether, but thats ok)

The only places I can find these trainers are ebay :roll:
#7
I have nike pegasus, fantastic shoes but the best to get are asics or sauconey! IF you are serious about running then go to a specialist shop and get them fitted because there are different shoes for different feet!
#8
thanks for all the replies! i just need the standard ones, budget would be upto £30! the shoes i run with give me cramp!
#9
Go to your nearest Sports World. My closest one has hundreds of running shoes, so i am sure most do. Go into the shop and try as many as you want on. I bought some cheap Adidas ones for £28 which felt alot more comfortable to me than the more expensive Asics ones. Its really all about personal preference.
#10
check this out, you need to find out what type of foot you have!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foot_type
then got to [url]www.mandmdirect.com[/url] who have cheap shoes, try asics or sauconey and get the shoe type you need!!
#11
I'll go with new balance too. Staple shoe of the marathon runner.
#12
I have just completed the short run on WII fit and would only ever use elly kelly's the ones with lights on the side are best.
#13
new balance are great for running shoes, its worth contacting the shop at shap, they often have some great deals.
i buy both fell running and road running shoes for my family from them.
http://www.shapcumbria.co.uk/New%20Balance%20Shap.htm
#14
Just a thought but if you decide to try cross country or fell running you can't beat Walshes.
#15
bought NB! thanks people!

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