So you’ve set a goal to start running. Props to you! 

Whether you're looking to improve your fitness, clear your mind, or just get outside and enjoy some fresh air, running is a great way to do it all. But before you hit the pavement, it's important to invest in a good pair of running shoes.

As Carrie Bradshaw once said, "I like my money right where I can see it: hanging in my closet." And let's be honest, investing in a good pair of running shoes is just as important as that designer handbag or those killer heels. So, let's talk about what to look for when buying running shoes.

Firstly, comfort is key. Make sure the shoes you choose feel good on your feet and provide ample support. Look for shoes with a cushioned sole and a supportive arch.

Secondly, fit is everything. Make sure you get properly measured and choose a shoe that fits well. Your running shoes should be snug but not too tight, and there should be enough room for your toes to move around comfortably. It’s easy to do and our trained staff will help you find the best options for your perfect fit.

Thirdly, consider your gait. Do you overpronate or supinate? This will affect the type of shoe you need. Overpronators should look for shoes with good arch support and stability, while supinators should look for shoes with a cushioned sole.

And finally, don't be afraid to invest in a good pair of running shoes. This is an investment in your health and well-being and if you’re going to put the effort in, you might as well get the most out of it.

So, let's lace up those running shoes and hit the pavement. And remember, as Carrie once said, "Shopping is my cardio," but now we can add running to the list!


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