The best – and probably the biggest – investment you can make in running would be your shoes. A good pair will make you feel light on your feet, propel you forward, and reduce the impact on joints.
Generally, experts recommend replacing your shoes for every 500km clocked in them, or as soon as the soles show signs of wear and tear – that would depend on your running style, body weight and the surfaces you run on.
It’s also advisable to alternate between two or more pairs, especially when you’re training regularly and doing different types of runs. Here are our top picks based on category.
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