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When I go out for a run, I prefer to wear men'swomen's shoes on the roadtrail.
Time to take a quick walk. Observe five steps and notice how your feet position themselves. Did they?
My feet pointed inward.
My feet pointed outward.
Kick off your shoes and stand on one leg. What do you sense in your standing foot?
Very little movement.
My foot is moving a lot to keep balance.
Now that you’re warmed up, stand up with your feet together, heels and toes touching. Slide your hand between your knees and do a shallow squat. What do you feel?
I feel increased pressure on my hand.
The pressure on my hand decreased or I lost contact altogether.
The pressure on my hand stayed the same.
Place your hand, palm face down, on to a flat surface. Bend back your index finger with your opposite hand. What is the angle from the table?
Nobody likes injuries, but they're important to discuss. Do you currently experience pain or have you endured a running-related injury in the past six months?
Sorry to hear that, tell us where it is/was?
During the past six months, estimate how many miles you ran each week.
What are you training for?
Choose the running experience you want.
I want more shoe to lift me off the ground.
I want less shoe that feels lightweight and keeps me closer to the ground.
And last but not least, which experience appeals to you?
Soft and protective, these shoes cushion each step and let you glide through your run.
Responsive and springy, these shoes add a lift to every stride.
Lightweight and flexible, these shoes create a natural connection to the run.
Fast and built for speed, these low-profile, race day shoes propel your performance to the next level.