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    ​The neutral shoe or cushioning shoe is equipped without pronation support (the lateral support of the foot). It is therefore particularly suitable for runners who have a regular rolling behaviour, i. …Further Information
  • ​The neutral shoe or cushioning shoe is equipped without pronation support (the lateral support of the foot). It is therefore particularly suitable for runners who have a regular rolling behaviour, i. …Further Information
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    The pronation describes the inward turning of the foot while rolling and is part of the normal sequence of movements. Some runners tend to overpronation, the excessive bending inwards. Shoes wit …Further Information

  • The pronation describes the inward turning of the foot while rolling and is part of the normal sequence of movements. Some runners tend to overpronation, the excessive bending inwards. Shoes wit …Further Information
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Running Shoes: Something for every type of runner

It doesn't matter whether you're running a 10, 20 or 42 km race, you'll know how it feels to finally reach your goal when you cross the finish line, surrounded by cheering strangers. In that moment, you'll also know that your running shoes didn't let you down and that you chose the right ones. But there are also plenty of runners who don't make it to the finish line because they chose the wrong shoes. If you know exactly what type of runner you are, you'll quickly find the right running shoe for you. At Addnature, you can choose between neutral shoes, natural running shoes and stability/supported shoes. We also have special triathlon running shoes from the best-known manufacturers here on Addnature.

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Buying running shoes online

Indulging in hobbies always comes at price, yet sports remain relatively low cost. Running is particularly cost effective – once you’ve bought your kit you’re free to pound the paths and trails to your heart’s content.

Running shoes are indispensable for health and progress, and are essentially the only thing that can be of great importance for running. Careful consideration should be paid to finding a pair of suitable running shoes that suit your style of running and feet. Regardless as to whether you’re a casual running or an ambitious competitor, it is essential for everyone to find the right footwear for their running.

The right shoe makes all the difference

There are a variety of brands and a huge range of different models to choose from. It is important that you look for the right product according to your training goals and physiology. You don’t want to lose the desire for sport later on due to damaging your foot. Essentially everyone requires different levels of padding depending on body weight and running distance.

The longer the distance and the heavier the person, the more the running shoes should be padded to ensure optimum comfort and protection.

Running shoes

The brand also plays a role (some bands that could be found at Addnature.co.uk: Mizuno, Salomon, Salewa), since every foot has a unique shape that does not fit every cut. In particular, the soles differ between the brands. Therefore it is important to try out several shoes to find the right fit. In addition, one must not forget that, during walking, the blood circulation in the foot is stimulated, causing it to swell in the load somewhat. This is why it is always best to buy running shoes that are slightly bigger.

Running shoes in winter

If you want to use the running shoes by in winter, the cushioning of the shoe should be stronger than a shoe for the summer. In addition, the shoe should be breathable and provide greater protection from moisture. Goretex is an excellent material. Also, a winter shoe should have good grips. Shoes with Vibram grips are particularly effective. Some manufacturers also produce shoes with spikes. These ensure a sufficient hold on ice, so that the runner never slips.

When should you change running shoes?

Depending on how intensively a runner trains, running shoes certainly have a fair few miles behind them until they wear out. From this point on, it is not advised to continue using them, since injuries can occur (e.g. shin-splints). You’ll know when it’s time to get new shoes and you’l probably find the material of your shoes starts to wear away. Other obvious indications that your shoes are on the way out are holes, cracks and abrasion marks on the outer sole or incorrect geometry. The rate of wear is mainly dependent on:

  • Body weight
  • Running style
  • Quality
  • Training frequency