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Lisa Your Questions About Womens Shoes

Lisa asks…

Can anyone find me the Nike Dunk Low Women’s tennis shoes with the furry interior?

Please don’t send random shoe sites. Post sites that actually have the women’s Nike Dunk Low that have furry insides.

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Nike.com. Best place to look. Or, createyourownnike.com

Mary Your Questions About Womens Shoes

Mary asks…

What are the best shoes for runners?

I run every day, and it is really doing a number on my knees and ankles. Right now I am wearing a pair of old nike shoes, but I don’t think they were made for running. What women’s shoes are the best for long distance runners? I want them to be durable, comfortable, offer stability, and be shock absorbing.

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Alright you can try to figure this out on your own. I have come to the conclusion that I am a minimalist runner. This means that when I go to have my foot land on the ground, my heal barely or never touches the ground. You need someone, friend, family member or anyone and have them watch your feet when you run by or run on a treadmill. If you land on your heal, you will want to get some heavier training shoes with the brand of shoe’s technology to soft striking in the back. And if your not, minimalist shoes are cheaper, and lighter. Next, check for pronation or subornation. This is where your foot rolls to the left or to the right as it strikes the ground. If the outside of your foot strikes the ground first, then rolls inward, you have subornation. If it lands on the insides of your feet, and rolls out, then you have pronation. Now, if you have subornation, shoe choice doesn’t really matter. You could use arch support or you could ditch it. If you have pronation, arch support is pretty much a must, as if you don’t, the arch in your foot will get sore and make you want to stop running. If your foot does neither, lucky you, you can pretty much pick any running shoe you want. Now if you have subornation, i would recommend a shoes that has flexibility, and cushion. If you have pronation, you want a shoe with arch support and not too much flexibility. And If your neither, just find a comfortable shoe that feels right on the arch as well. Here is a list of shoes for you to try out or look into:
Subornation; Saucony progrid ride 4, Adidas supernova glide 3, Nike zoom vomero 6, Nike air pegasus +28, Asics gel nimbus 13, or Brooks ghost 4.
Pronation: Saucony progrid paramount 2, Saucony progrid Hurricane 13, Nike zoom Equalon +4, Nike Lunareclipse+, Adidas Supernova Sequence 3, Asics gel Kayano 17, asics gel 3030, or brooks trance 10.
Neutral: Pretty much any shoe that feels good.
The minimalist form( landing on your midfoot to forefoot, not on the heal): Saucony kinvara 2, Saucony mirage, Nike free series, Adidas climacool, Asics Gel speedstar 5, Asics gel ds sky speed 2, and if you want to become a minimalist runner, your best way to switch is to go with a pair of newtons. I would suggest the first pair of newtons for you to buy would be the sir isaac’s. Perfect newtons to make the transition with. And totally worth it, i went from a guy with moderate pronation to none at all and my form has inproved dramatically. And you don’t have to stick with the newtons, I am running in Saucony kinvaras, and mirages. Best minimalist shoes in my opinion. Good luck)

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