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Your perfect shoe is out there

Your perfect shoe

In 5 minutes or less, Brooks Shoe Finder will identify the right running shoe for your workout. Whether you're training for a marathon or running just for fun, we'll match you with the perfect level of support for your training goals.

Where do you want to run?

In the past six months, about how much did you run each week?

What are you training for?

Health
5k
10k
Half Marathon
Marathon or more

In the past six months, have you had any pain or injuries in these areas?

Take 'em off

Your shoes, that is. Doing the following exercises barefoot will help us more accurately determine whether you need a Neutral or Support shoe.

Walk around. What are your feet up to?

My feet stay parallel
My feet pointed inward
My feet pointed outward

Stand on one leg and feel how balanced you are.

I feel stable
I feel a bit unstable

Stand with your feet touching each other. Put your hand between your knees and do a few shallow squats.

How does the pressure on your hand change?

Place your hand on a table and bend your index finger back. How flexible is it?

Not that flexible
It doesn't make it to 45°
Very Flexible
It can bend 45° or more

When picking a shoe I want to:

Feel
I want a lightweight shoe that allows me to feel the ground.
Float
I want more substance below my foot for a floating feeling.

I want each step to feel:

Fast
I want a lightweight shoe that helps me run faster.
Connected
I want a low profile shoe so I can feel the ground.
Soft
I want a comfier shoe that cushions every step.
Springy
I want my shoe to help propel me forward.

Which type of shoes do you prefer to run in?

Lacing up your results…

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