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Men's Running Shoes for Cardio

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Men's Running Shoes for Cardio

What are recommended Asics or New Balance men's running shoe or cardio exercise in the gym? I need a good pair of shoes that support my ankles well.
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you will need to try them on as everyone foot structure is unique.

You can visit store such as runningfree (Markham) to try out a few brands and go from there. I buy my running shoes there all the time and the staff is fairly helpful in giving suggestion.

http://www.runningfree.com/content/stores_markham/
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+1, another option is Running Room. They'll actually analyze your body movement to pick the shoes that work best for you.
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I don't run a lot but I like Adidas and New Balance best. I like Nike the least.

I think you really need to feel out different brands but I also think you don't need to spend $200 for running shoes. Lots for $100 or less that do a great job.
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Any recommendations for flat feet between the following?

1. Saucony Guide 9
2. Brooks Ravenna 7 or 8
3. Asics GT 2000-4
4. Saucony Redeemer
5. Brooks Beast 2014
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dainfamous41 wrote:
Feb 14th, 2017 10:50 pm
Any recommendations for flat feet between the following?

1. Saucony Guide 9
2. Brooks Ravenna 7 or 8
3. Asics GT 2000-4
4. Saucony Redeemer
5. Brooks Beast 2014
I recommend the Asics
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Is that list based on what you have tried on ?

You cannot buy shoes this way
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dainfamous41 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2017 10:01 pm
...I need a good pair of shoes that support my ankles well.
I thought runners for running don't have ankle support?
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booblehead wrote:
Feb 15th, 2017 6:16 pm
Is that list based on what you have tried on ?

You cannot buy shoes this way
Yes I have. They all feel the same to be honest
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i've run in nikes almost exclusively for like 6 years 5/6 times a week because they're cheap as hell at the outlets for the higher end models. like 200 dollar models marked down to 50-60 bucks
i just don't see those types of discounts for asics, saucony, NB or brooks. those are always between 90-150 dollars a pair

you'll like nikes if u run like me

-forefoot striker
-neutral gait
-wider in the forefoot

sometimes really good socks help a shoe that might not be the greatest in terms of cushioning maybe something to think about if ur cheap like me
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dainfamous41 wrote:
Feb 14th, 2017 10:50 pm
Any recommendations for flat feet between the following?

1. Saucony Guide 9
2. Brooks Ravenna 7 or 8
3. Asics GT 2000-4
4. Saucony Redeemer
5. Brooks Beast 2014
Running Room sale on those asics:
http://ca.shop.runningroom.com/promotio ... =WinterAcc
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I have #1 last year and still using it but not as often lately. It is okay, my current preference is New Balance 880V6.

On your list, Asics would be a good choice.
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I run with NB Fresh Foam 1080 v6.

But really you should get custom insoles.
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dainfamous41 wrote:
Feb 14th, 2017 10:50 pm
Any recommendations for flat feet between the following?

1. Saucony Guide 9
2. Brooks Ravenna 7 or 8
3. Asics GT 2000-4
4. Saucony Redeemer
5. Brooks Beast 2014
While i don't run very often, i do have flat feet and the Adidas UltraBoost ST are otherworldly comfortable.

http://www.altitude-sports.com/en/adida ... -af6517-en

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