A question all of us runners have asked at least once!
A frequent question we get around the store this time of year is, “How do I know when my shoes are worn out?” Well, there are several ways to tell and keep track of when it’s time to freshen up your shoes.
1. Are they really flexible? If you can bend your shoes pretty easily, that means the cushioning is likely worn out.
2. Is the tread on the bottom worn? The cushioning and shock absorption in the mid-sole of the shoe will wear out before the durable sole of the shoe. If there’s extensive wear on the sole, you should consider replacing them.
3. Do you keep track of mileage? Most traditional running shoes last between 350-550 miles, depending on wear and tear and build of the runner. If you’re nearing the upper end of the recommended mileage, it’s probably time to invest in a new pair.
4. Having any…
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