Thursday, August 16, 2018

Running Shoes : Question and Answer

 

Q:

How long do men's running shoes last?

A:

There is no hard-and-fast rule on when you should replace your running shoes. While manufacturers and some experts suggest retiring running shoes after 300 – 400 miles (depending on the level of cushioning), other experts disagree on a specific mileage and argue that a person's weight and running style also has a significant impact on the lifespan of a shoe. You can use the mileage as a guide, but, overall, the best advice we can give you is to just listen to your body and replace your shoes when you feel they aren't providing enough shock absorption.

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