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Where To Buy Inexpensive Running Shoes

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Where To Buy Inexpensive Running Shoes

Michael is a freelance writer with years of experience covering gear and the outdoors for Runner's World and other publications; when he's not writing, he's usually biking, hiking, and running in the mountains around Los Angeles, where he lives.

If your city ever holds a major race (like a marathon or high-profile triathlon), go to the expo. Running stores often set up shop at these events, and it can be a great opportunity to score some running shoes at special expo prices.

With the features and performance of a higher-priced running shoe, Saucony's Cohesion 14 men's running shoes (view at Amazon) are perfect for runners who want an affordable, versatile, and lightweight shoe. Another great overall choice is the women's Asics GEL-Excite 8 running shoes (view at Amazon); it's a well-designed option that provides extreme comfort for both exercise and casual wear.

Generally, running shoes last about 300 to 500 miles before the cushioning and support are worn out, leaving you more at risk of injury. Shoe life depends on your running style, body weight, and the surface on which you run. Lighter runners can get new shoes at the upper end of the recommendation, while heavier runners should consider replacement shoes closer to 300 miles. You may also need new shoes more often if you log a lot of miles outside or on rugged terrain.

"Many people assume that all shoes require a break-in period, but the right pair of running shoes for you should feel great from the first time you put them on," says Rob Conenello, DPM, FACFAS, FAAPSM, a New York-based sports podiatrist. However, some runners might still want to wear shoes for a couple of short runs before wearing them for a long run (and you should never wear brand-new shoes for a race).

Yes, some running shoes can be used for walking, but there are some important differences between running and walking shoes. Running shoes are usually light and breathable, while walking shoes are typically heavier for better support and stability.

Walking shoes are generally more flexible at the forefoot, allowing walkers to maintain a natural stride and push off with their toes. However, running shoes offer more cushioning and shock absorption in the heel and forefoot.

Walking shoes may be a better choice for those who need some extra support and stability due to current or previous foot issues. If you enjoy both running and fitness walking or you frequently walk in warm weather, opt for a pair of running shoes.

Having put over 100 budget-friendly pairs through the wringer, we came up with the top picks in five different categories. Depending on what you find the most important in your running shoes, there are options that highlight style, cushioning, durability, or a little bit of everything.

Our team of experienced shoe fanatics has reviewed over 350 cheap running shoes to help you find the best deal. Our shoe testers and an independent RunRepeat lab scrutinize every new release, seeking out the underdogs among budget-friendly models. Here is our process:

Whether you are jogging, walking, or just trying to look good in your kicks, running shoes can be expensive. According to marketing firm Statista, the average cost of running shoes increased 21 percent from 2007 to 2014. A trip to the sporting goods store can set you back $85, $110 or $260, but there are less expensive options. I shopped department stores, superstores and online shoe outlets to find four options under $50. The question: Can you comfortably run in shoes that cost less than $50

Dr. Shorten has created a series of tests to evaluate running shoes for manufacturers and runners' guides. He first puts the shoes on a device that measures cushioning. Then he uses another machine to quantify flexibility. He cuts the shoes in half to inspect the internal construction, and finally uses a test runner in a motion capture suit to analyze how each pair affects gait and body movement.

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