I was wondering if it is ok to use two diferent pairs of shoes at the same time.
NO, not at the same run, ok, you kow what i mean,
I mean for example haivng one pair ot keep dry and use on pavements when is no rain and then having another pair to use when is raining or yiu are going to run through grass or fields.
The thing is that we always heard that we need one good pair to use and we are used to that paur and it should be used until replaced, your running shoes are part of you feet when running, so changing pairs could be bad for your feet, as your feet get confused,
Or can you use diferent pairs in diferent days?
Does someone know about this?
I think a lot of runners use several pairs of shoes for different conditions. I've currently got 2 pairs on the go. Fair enough, for me I have an old pair which are due to be replaced soon and a new pair which I am wearing in. I am swapping between the 2 to lengthen the life on my older pair.
Having more than one pair of running shoes is a common thing
4 off roads
1 lightweight trainer
there's no need to be sarcastic...................i was confused.
is ok now, thank you for the answers, it was usefull,
I think i'll get myself another pair for when is rainning...............
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