What are some current minimal running shoes that don't have silly toes? [more inside]
I run in extremely hot and humid weather and my shoes are squishy. I need to drill holes in them to let the sweat out. Help. [more inside]
I want to take up running. I'm a very new beginner and am going to start by way of C25K. Slow and steady is the plan. I don't plan on pushing myself. The extenuating factor here is that I have Cerebral Palsy. [more inside]
I am looking for decent, yet cheap, running shoes for the short term. Suggestions? More inside of course. [more inside]
I love my minimalist shoes, but a few years ago I attempted to run in them and ended up with capsulitis in the joints in the ball of my left foot. Here I am a few years later and I want to try running again. Difficulty level: female, with wide feet. [more inside]
What shoes work well for overpronators who need cushioning and stability? [more inside]
Can anyone recommend some running shoes with no laces that don't need to be fitted in a running shop? Ideally they should be buyable in London tomorrow, or able to be delivered in the UK quite quickly. [more inside]
I've been running off and on for a few years now in a pair of Nike free 5.0 v4, whenever the guilt hits me. I've decided to take my health serious as I'm getting older. Since I'm goal oriented, I decided to train for and complete my very first 5k race which is scheduled for mid October. Problem is, my current pair of sneakers is starting to give at the soles. They are a great, light and comfortable minimalist shoes that caused no problems for my feet. Another plus was being able to go sock-less without a single blister. Can anyone suggest a suitable replacement? So far, I have my eyes on the New Balance MT10v2 and will be running 2-3 times a week in addition to some core work.
I've worn a hole through the sole of my left running shoe, but not the right. You can see pictures of both shoes here. What does this mean? Is something wrong with my stride? Do I need some special kind of shoe? Is there some sort of expert to whom I should show the shoes? I have an odd gait when I walk (my right foot sticks out to the side); however, I thought my running gait was better. When I ran in my 20s (the last time I was a runner), I didn't have this problem with any of my shoes.
I want to get started running, and learn to run with minimalist shoes. Am I going to just hurt myself? How should I start? [more inside]
The soles on my dress shoes are not cushioning my feet properly and causing me back pain. What type of shoe inserts do I need? [more inside]
I'm going to start running without socks! What do I need to do to keep both my shoes and feet in tip-top shape? [more inside]
What's the difference between minimalist running shoes and slim sneakers? [more inside]
Does anyone have any running shoe recommendations for a Underpronation / supronation runner? [more inside]
Minimalist running filter: I normally size up a full size when buying running shoes (8.5 in "street shoes" to 9.5 in running shoes). Should I be doing the same for minimalist running shoes, and do socks matter? [more inside]
Need help finding the perfect running shoe. [more inside]
Runners and people who know feet, please help: the outside arch edge of my right foot starts burning during exercise and walking. [more inside]
What's the difference between crosstraining shoes and running shoes? Can I run in Nike Free TR Fit shoes, which are apparently crosstrainers, or should I get running shoes? [more inside]
[RunningFilter] some new runner questions, mostly regarding shoes. [more inside]
I've recently started long distance running (5 months). I purchased a pair of running shoes two months ago and I've noticed that my left shoe is rubbing the back of my achilles tendon. Does anyone know of any type of product that will cushion the back of my running shoe and prevent it from rubbing against my tendon in this way? I can still run at the moment but there is some strong soreness where that part of the shoe hits the back of my foot. [more inside]
What kind of running shoe should I, a relative new runner training for a half marathon in 5 weeks, buy? [more inside]
Running shoes that look COOL? Like if Jay-Z had to go run a 5k. [more inside]
Portable (possibly fold-up) running shoes for a female? [more inside]
Help me find the right pair of minimalist shoes! I've been a member of a Crossfit gym for six months, which means I've been exposed to the peer pressure regarding Vibram FiveFingers. Plus, I'm starting to travel a lot (and lightly) and want a pair of running shoes that have a small footprint (heh) when packed in a suitcase. Recommendations for this recreational runner? Are Vibrams a good option? Which model? How do I size them? I'm training for next October's Portland Marathon, if that makes a difference. Bonus points for shoes available at REI (though that's not a requirement).
Who the hell can I trust to give me reliable advice about running shoes? And which goddamn shoes should I buy?
Ok, seriously: Is there any reliable information on running shoes out there? Who the hell can I trust? Every source of information seems either fraught with bias or complete fluff. What's a critical thinker to do? And more importantly, what goddamn shoes should I buy? [more inside]
Need help with recommendations for high quality running shoes. [more inside]
Minimalist footwear for Chicago winter and running in said winter? [more inside]
Running help for a finicky knee in Pittsburgh. [more inside]
Why do my new running shoes hurt my knees? And what shoes should I buy instead? [more inside]
Please help me find these laceless light-weight running shoes or a pair like them. [more inside]
Inspired by the Mefi DailyBurn group, I want take my running a bit more seriously, but I need shoes! Nike Free or Vibram Five Fingers? Or other? [more inside]
Where in Chicago can someone with some foot problems get fitted for good running shoes? [more inside]
Need a women's running shoe recommendation for weird feet. [more inside]
Running Filter: I'm a clomper with flat feet. Arch/stability support + a flexible arch: Are these contradictory features? [more inside]
Looking for a trail running shoe similar to the Brooks GTS 8. The problem? I'm a 9.5 2E and the shoes I have tried are too narrow. Help! [more inside]
Help choosing a good women's walking/running shoe? [more inside]
Nike Free running shoes: are they worth it? [more inside]
How much harder would it be to run a marathon in vintage running shoes (e.g. Nike Air Pegasus '83 vs Air Pegasus '08)?
Spira running shoes: horseshit? [more inside]
Looking for particularly good prices online for running shoes, if such exist. Also, general advice on the subject, maybe. [more inside]
Final half-marathon preparations: I'm signed up for the Sydney Half-Marathon (my first ever!) on May 18th, and I've just got a couple questions as I enter these last few weeks of preparations. Do I need to start investigating energy gels or GUs or something? And is this a *really* bad time to get new shoes? I'm getting a bit jittery so I'd be grateful for any wisdom and advice from the MeFi running contingent... [more inside]
Trail running shoes on concrete? [more inside]
Where's a good place to buy running shoes in London? [more inside]
Will the Saucony Grid Omni 5 Ultimates that I just bought ruin my feet? [more inside]
Is there a running shoe for people who overpronate that isn't huge, boxy, and heavy? [more inside]
What are some good running shoes for someone with shin splints? [more inside]
Needed- best running shops in the New York metropolitan area for getting feet (flat) and gait (upright) analyzed and shoes recommended. A place that knows its stuff and isn't going to shove whatever they have the most of in back down my leg. (Or am I being hopelessly naive?) Thanks in advance.
Anyone know how the foot pod works and how reliable it's going to be? I have not come across any technical details about that at all, only the ipod interface.
I'm really interested in the soon coming iPod+Nike technology: Basically a really high tech way of tracking your running, syncing it with your computer, tracking your progress, interacting with others, etc. However, I'd really kind of like to avoid Nike for it's high prices and other reasons, so does anyone know any other similar high tech products that could help me track my run? Extra points for Mac compatibility.
Returning to running after a long stay in the comfy chair. Fat old fart needs shoe advice. [more inside]
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