I have started to run again on the treadmill at home. Usually do C25K and normally run the full 5K.
For the past 6 years, I've been using the same pair of Nike freerun distance (actually bought end of 2016)!. Lovely shoes, but I need some new ones now. I also have developed a mild case of knock knees.
Any recommendations for shoes in the £60-70ish range? I don't mind spending a little more, if they will last a bit more longer. It's been ages since I tried shoes in a store, I usually just buy on amazon and return if wrong size.
Appreciate any advice!
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The last few years I've been using Asics trainers which are about £40 a pair. With a decent insole I fine them comfortable for a 10K twice a week.
Also some good deals in the outlet as posted on here, e.g: outlet.asics.com/gb/…ard
Make sure you check the pronation of each model though. (edited)
I'm a big fan of Hoka shoes... I have a neutral gait and wear Clifton 8's. There are always good deals to be had on the "last" version and the Clifton 9 has just been released.
I would recommend getting your gait analysed too as this will tell you whether you should go for neutral/support shoes which will help you run comfortably and prevent injuries.