There is no best shoe for everyone as each other has their own different needs. There are plenty of different things to consider buying a pare of shoes such as the body weight, biomechanics, the feet shape and the surfaces of running… It means that your best shoes can be the terrible shoes for other people.
Today, I will introduce to your 4 main categories of the shoes including performance, stability, minimalist and neutral.
I should recommend this for some runners who have normal or low arches as well as who are moderate and wild overpronators. This kind of runners usually tends to use the shoes combining of midsole cushioning and good support. Continue reading “Some basics to choose a Shoe”