Your running shoes tend to get a real battering when you run. The number of miles you cover will break down your soles, but the weather conditions, the road surface or the underground on which you run also reduce their resilience.
Do you hope to use your favourite running shoes for many more years to come? Then treat them with care and follow these tips.
- Never dry your shoes near a heat source.
- Remove the soles after your training so your shoes can dry out completely.
- Clean them regularly with cold water and a soft brush. Never put them in your washing machine.
- Are you a regular runner? Then buy a second pairof shoes. At least your shoes, and their soles, will have more time to recover in between runs.