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Give Your Feet a Break
Your sneakers thud against the pavement. You’re working so hard to get in shape, but your feet don’t feel a thing in the cushioned, supportive nest known as your running shoes.
For every kind of physical activity, there is a shoe that fits those needs. After all, your feet are positioned differently during running or walking, as well as for golfing and hiking. You need the correct support to prevent injury and to get the best experience out of your new pair of kicks. It’s not all about having fancy shoes because it’s more important to be safe. But how do you know if the shoe fits your needs?
Sporting good stores have your normal classifications—running, walking, cross-training. But did you know that there are competition, trail and stability running shoes? So you turn to the internet, but where? If you have a favorite brand, you can make your first stop their web site. But if you’re new to the scene, try Zappos.com for a wide selection of shoes, available in a variety of widths for all of your athletic needs, or Eastbay.com’s selection of specialized shoes, even for toddlers!
Many sites offer shipping and returning deals, because the customer service team knows that selecting a size doesn’t compare to trying the shoe on and feeling its fit. It’s like bringing the sporting good superstore right into your home.