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Care For Your Feet

  • Know your foot type
  • Do a bit of research on the Web on shoes for your foot type
  • Shop late in the day because your feet swell during the day
In store
  • Try on both shoes with the socks you will wear
  • Buy for your larger foot (feet are rarely the same size)
  • Allow a thumb's width between the shoe and your big toe, else you could find your nails coming off after some long runs
  • Choose shoes that feel comfortable immediately, both length and width If they hurt in the store, don't buy them wise
Back at Home
  • Wear new shoes around the house before using them on short runs
  • After you've broken them in, they will be more comfortable on long run
Post usage
  • Flip your shoes over once in a while and see how they are wearing out at the sole, other than at the heel, and replace early
10 Foot Care Tips to Protect YourSelf
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