If you’re going’re going to kick ass, you need kickass shoes’ – And so we understood…. Walking and hiking is more popular than ever, making the range of walking and running shoes on offer at the moment gigantic.
With the tips below we will guide you step-by-step to the purchase of the perfect pair.
- Adjust your shoes in the afternoon. Your feet have already suffered a bit and are often slightly thicker. Take your time to fit them and do not rush.
- Try both shoes standing up and walk a bit with them. A specialist shop, such as Runners’ lab, carries out a free walking analysis to measure the perfect shoes.
- Wear the right socks.
- Try multiple shoes. You should not feel pressure or irritation.
- Walking shoe: Determine in advance for which purpose you want to use your shoes. Do you prefer to walk on paved roads or do you prefer to train in the forest? Your shoe will have to have the right shock absorption and support on this basis.
- Walking shoe: First of all, ask yourself what you want to use your hiking shoes for. Are you more likely to walk on flat terrain or do you prefer to put on sturdy hiking shoes to soak up the fresh mountain air? Choose from the different categories.
- Take your old shoes with you. Experts can read a lot of information from this.
- Walk in your shoes before making long trips