Well I might need to pass on that one then... Last time I was in sweatshop didn't see any trainers under the £70 mark, can't really afford that... Oh well I'll get there... I've just done the footprint test like on sportshoes.com, plus I have some other trainers that I know are for neutral aren't quite good enough, so I think I know what I need now which us the support type for mild over pronator... If they're not good I can send back and exchange so no big deal... Thanks all fir your advice!
Advice noted there's a sweatshop nearby so I'll have to try and get there at some point very soon... Don't my trainers are any good anymore for the distances I run whilst training.... Thanks a lot again for all this great advice
Thank you both. Very much appreciated I watched a video on the sportshoes.com site where they were talking about the neutral /under / over-pronate matter... So I shall watch out for that. I think I'll probably go for road ones that are a dark colour so they some so difficult to clean after a light trail run! Thanks again
I've been looking at dozens of running shoes on all sorts of websites, and I just can't make my mind up which would be best. So I think I need a bit of advice.
Most of my training is on road, with only a small amount on light trail terrain, but most of my events are for a large part off-road, though not necessarily extreme trail (i.e. grass, edge of fields, graveled footpaths....).
I am on a budget at the moment and simply can't afford two pair of shoes depending on the terrain. I was hoping to find a shoe that I can use for both but I am finding it difficult to find such a shoe,...
Anyone out there with the same problem? Or anyone has purchased a shoe recently that they find is suitable for road and off road?