The Right Shoes for You

Finding the perfect shoe for your workout can be a real challenge.  What brand do I buy, wide or narrow, what color works best?  These are just a few of the many questions the everyday Joe will be thinking while walking into any shoe store or department to pick out that perfect shoe just for them.  Well lucky for us, there are actual shoe experts out there who are knowledgeable, can get you into the perfect shoe, and can actually educate you about the right kind of shoe.

Now is there really one brand that is better than the other?  Easiest way to answer that is that each brand of shoe can be used for a specific purpose.  There are certain shoes that are made just for running, there are brands that are made for more of a side to side movement, and there are shoes that are made for people who are on their feet constantly all day with no running at all.  Depending on what you are specifically looking for, there is a shoe for you.

With any type of shoe there can be problems that come along with them, just like anything else in life.  Not every shoe is going to last you 5 years, and frankly they shouldn’t last that long.  Tearing, holes, shoes being too tight are usually the main issues when it comes to shoes.  Great thing about most shoe companies is that if there is a problem with your shoe that includes tearing after only a few months or other issues like that, they usually will be more than happy to refund your money or send you another pair, or the store you bought them at will do that as well.

Now what do you have to consider when you are purchasing a pair of shoes?  What purpose will they serve?  How often will they be used?  Any certain brand that you like better than another?  Do you have narrow or wide feet? Do you have problems with your arch in your foot?  How much do you want to spend?  These would be just a few questions that you can answer yourself before you go in to help the process go along more smoothly.

Going out and buying a pair of athletic shoes can be nerve racking, time consuming, and frankly a pain in the buns, but if you can get a general idea of what you are looking for in a shoe it will make the process run more smoothly.  I have listed a couple of websites to help you out.  Now these may or may not be the best for you, but this should at least give you a starting point.  Good luck out there!

http://www.runningshoeswizard.com/best-running-shoes.html
http://ezinearticles.com/?6-Common-Questions-About-Running-Shoes&id=4727886



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