Time for some new running shoes?
Did you know you should retire your shoes after running about 500 to 700 kilometres? That’s about 100 5K runs, and 50 10K runs – you get the math. And for the avid runner, that could mean a pair of new running shoes every six months or so. If you are just getting into running, then it would be longer. A good sign you need new running shoes? When you start feeling the ground through your soles.
We want more wear out of our shoes, experts tell us to check out the soles before we buy a pair. Look for different colours and patterns on the sole, like on these, which manufacturers often use to indicate extra support.
For more new running shoes buying tips, keep reading.
New Balance 880V7, $ at newbalance.ca.