Our employees are able to tell a great deal from wear patterns and stresses on your old pair of shoes, and will help us to make adjustments and determine which is best.
Socks can make a big difference when trying on shoes. For example, wearing a thinner sock than what you regularly run with, may give you the feeling that your new shoes will be too loose when trying them on.
Our staff love to hear about your running history, personal stories, or injuries. All of this information can help fit you in the proper shoe.
That’s right, we let our customers run with the shoes on our indoor treadmill, or if the weather is agreeable, for a few blocks outside. The best way to know if a running shoe is going to work out or not, is to actually run in it.
Remember that appearances aren’t everything, the most important thing when it comes to running shoes, is how well it functions to keep you injury free and running happy.
We have a fairly liberal return policy, we want to make sure our customers are satisfied. However, you should know fairly quickly whether or not the shoe you have purchased is the right one for you.
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Your favorite winter race series is back for a 5th year. Registration
On December 13th, the Women on the Run running group will be hosting their