Newish to running and looking for some new running trainers
go to a decent runing shop and get professional advice from them, and a gait analysis so they can ensure you have shoes that are right for you. normal arches is no indicator of what may be the best shoes.
What he said ... a proper running shop is what you need. Tell them your budget up front. You should find shoes that are right for you.My local Sweatshop has usually got a few pairs of something on offer.
Top of the range running shoes these days have price tags of up to £150, which is taking the piss imho.
Do the decent thing and buy the first pair in-shop after getting the advice and help, and then scour t'internet, ebay etc for replacements.
If you run on your toes wear anything. Sports direct do old school stlye plimsoles in adult sizes for about £7.
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If you run on your toes wear anything. Sports direct do old school stlye plimsoles in adult sizes for about £7. http://www.movedancewear.com/dance_shoes-bloch_taya_ballet_shoe/1439/ These are quite cheap, nice colour too.
These are quite cheap, nice colour too.
What Muttley said. DO NOT go to SportsDirect or JJB Sports! Find a proper sports or running shop, tell them your budget and ask for their help. Then buy your first pair from them (it's only fair). Then, once you know what you need, you can go to eBay, Sportsshoes.com etc from then on.
All shops should have something for £60 - that's not exactly a low budget! PM me if you have trouble - I am a black-belt in finding cheap running shoes!
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