What Running Shoes Are Best for Flat-footed Runners?

NIKE high tops. I am flat footed and they feel great. Mine are White, Blue, and orange... I got them at the mall

1. What ind of shoes do i need for the Gym?

Running shoes, make sure you use proper form, do not over extend joints. slow is smooth

2. Just bought new running shoes and my ankles & knees hurt?

Try Again I Mean U Probably Just Having Problems So Go 2 The Doctor

3. Can I wear running shoes around my colt?

well, it depends on your pain tolerence, i dont think it will be extremely painful

4. What are the best running shoes for a heavier runner?

Do you have flat feet/fallen arches man? or wide feet? I do, and I am into New Balance, for my money and for the shoe itself, I dont think Adidas or Nike compares. Nikes tend to be a very narrow shoe. Go with New Balance

5. Good running shoes after ACL reconstruction?

Buy avia runing shoes. They are given away at mearathons and are super cumfy. Thats what alot of athletes wear

6. Good, cheap-reasonably priced running shoes?

I have the exact same needs in running shoes as you do and I did a lot of research before I bought my new shoes yesterday. They are Saucony Progrid Ride. I got them at Dick's for 59.99 which is a very good price for a decent running shoe. For some reason, I can not find them online. But they are very good for high arches!! Just go into the store and try some on! Run a little, and you will know!Good luck :)

7. i need cheap running shoes for P.E?

Ignore that guy. Saucony's are extremely expensive (I have a pair, but I run seriously). But to your question, well, hmmmm. A TRUE real, fit-to-run in running shoe can easily set you back $70 or more....sometime way more. My hunch is your P.E. teacher wo not care if it's a an honest-to-goodness running shoe, as long you can run, jump, etc. in it. A standard pair of tennis shoes could work, from Adidas, Nike, or any other regular brand. If you HAVE to have the genuine thing, then New Balance shoes are "relatively" cheap ($60 or more, easily). But If I were you, I would buy a cheap pair of functional tennis shoes, which well work just as well, for a fraction of the price. If you are going to seriously get into running, then you will need serious running shoes, but for a P.E. class, tennis shoes will suffice.

8. Running shoes for wide feet?

Nike Free Wide Feet

9. What's the difference between regular shoes and running shoes? and what are some good running shoes for guys?

Definetly Nike. I used to run alot in middle.. now that im goin 2 high school, not sure, cuz of a bad knee. but anyway difference is that running shoes give you more shock support, so when your feet hit the ground the shoes will absorb most of the impact, which can hurt your feet very much. regular shoes they do not really have that much athletic protection on your feet. but if you want a pair of casual or running shoes, i definetly suggest Nike as #1, or you could get Asics or Adidas

10. Do tennis shoes last longer than running shoes? Ten points for best answer?

Tennis shoes and running shoes will last depending how you use them. Tennis is a game were you have to change your direction very quickly. Thus the tips of the shoes will wear out extremely fast. You also need shoes that will comfort you and not hurt you. I recommend a good pair of nikes or asics shoes because they are comfortable. Also play close attention to make sure that your feet can breath so your feet dont get hot a sweaty. Good luck hope you make the right choice.

11. What is a good brand of running shoes for beginner track? ?

The "Asic Gel" range is awsome to run in. They are both light and comfortable. I have a pair at the moment and they are great!

12. What color socks should I wear with jeans and running shoes? With boots?

Whatever color you want to wear

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