Running shoes put an extra spring in your step

The downside? Some may consider it heavy. It’s 13 ounces in size 9.5, according to the reviewer. (Adidas) By Roy Wallack Gear July 13, 2013 In the old days of running (that is, three years ago), figuring out what running shoe to buy was simply a matter of determining whether you were a pronator, supinator or neutral runner. Today, however, with the explosion of barefoot running and crazy obstacle races, the running shoe world is more complex, with cushioned shoes, minimalist shoes and specialty mud-running shoes all offering new and different technologies suited for specialty uses.
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