Do you know the type of shoe that works well for your size, stride and pre­ferred ride?

Runner's World (UK) - - RW Shoe Guide -

Pro­ceed di­rectly to the grid below. The re­viewed shoes are ar­ranged in terms of cush­ion­ing, weight, sole height, flex­i­bil­ity and sta­bil­ity fea­tures, as mea­sured in the RW Shoe Lab in Ore­gon, US. You will the find lighter, less sup­port­ive shoes in the bot­tom left and highly cush­ioned, more sta­ble shoes in the top right. Shoes in the mid­dle pro­vide a bal­ance of per­for­mance and pro­tec­tion fea­tures and can work well for many run­ners. YES

Put your­self into a run­ner group us­ing the Run­ner Group ta­ble on the right. When you’ve de­cided on a colour-coded group on the bot­tom of the ta­ble, lo­cate it on the grid below. Shoes in that en­cir­cled group tend to work well for run­ners like you. Start your search with shoes that fall well within your group, but feel free to con­sider models along the bor­der or in a neigh­bour­ing group. With a lit­tle care you will find the run­ning shoe that suits your needs. NO

RW Shoe fin­der The Shoe Fin­der helps you pin­point suit­able models based on your run­ning his­tory and other shoes you like. For more de­tails on fit and per­for­mance, see our re­views on the fol­low­ing pages.

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