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33 Questions

I Run 12/15 miles per week along with using them daily 2times a week...what would be the average mileage over time before I need to replace

2019/03/23 N carolina Boz

The life expectancy of our shoes is 300-500 miles, or 4-6 months when used for their intended purpose. Thank you!

What is the difference between 10mm and 12 mm drop

2019/03/21 undisclosed Debbie

The drop height is the difference in height between the heel and toe. The 12mm drop will have a slightly higher heel then the…

The drop height is the difference in height between the heel and toe. The 12mm drop will have a slightly higher heel then the 10mm drop. Thank you! Read More

For the women's Glycerin 16, do the 081 and 070 both contain the same shade of black? Online the black color looks lighter for the 081, which I already own, and I am interested in buying another pair with different colors. Thanks!

2019/03/08 undisclosed Ellen

Color 081 is a charcoal grey and color 070 is black. Run Happy!

After completing the questions, my recommendations were Ghost and Glycerin. What is good for flat feet?

2019/03/05 Manorville, NY Tricia

If you are looking for a neutral shoe, the Dyad 10 is a great option for flat feet.

Hi, How do I wash the shoes after running in winter slush. Should I not wash them? Or hand wash them?

2019/03/03 Grand Rapids, Michigan Olga

We recommend following these directions to keep your shoes looking and performing their best. 1. Remove the internal liner and…

We recommend following these directions to keep your shoes looking and performing their best. 1. Remove the internal liner and hand wash the shoes in warm water with mild soap. Make sure not to submerge or soak the shoes in water. We do not recommend using a washer or dryer machine for cleaning our shoes, as they can be too aggressive and cause the shoes to stretch or warp compromising the materials and performance of the shoe. 2. Stuff your shoes with newsprint (plain if you have it) and allow them to air dry. When they are all dried out, you can reinsert the liner and hit the road again! Read More