Monday, June 7, 2010

Half Size Larger

"On average, running requires shoes with about a quarter inch of additional room. This allows the foot to flex and the toes to move forward at each stride. Depending on the shape of the shoe, the ball of your foot can sometimes rest too far forward in the shoe, which will cause toes to jam against the front. When you buy your next pair, stand with both shoes on and make sure you have at least a thumbnail's space between the tip of the shoe and the end of your longest toe. A salesperson can help you determine the right size, but you know best how it should feel on your foot"  -- Runner'sWorld, Running Shoe FAQ


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