Need a little help finding your perfect running shoe? You’re not alone. Whether you’re an Olympic sprinter or a neighborhood jogger, happy feet can make all the difference. The problem is that most running shoes feel comfortable when you’re standing in the store and then not so much during your run. The real test comes once you’ve put some miles on them. You’ll soon realize that the best shoe for you has more to do with how your run (your running style) and the shape of your foot than on how cool the shoes look in the mirror.
To guarantee that you have two happy feet after your next run, you need to make sure your shoes fit correctly from heel to toe. Knowing what to look for will give you a step up when it comes to foot comfort.