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How to Buy Men's Road Running Shoes

Sizing is the primary consideration when purchasing shoes, but you also need to consider the three pronation control categories: neutral, motion control, and stability. Shoes in each of these categories support your foot in different ways depending on the support you need. Choose a shoe based on a combination of size, pronation control you need, and preferred cushioning.

How you pronate dictates the general type of shoe you need: low arch/normal pronators should look for a stability shoe, flat arch/overpronators with excessive inward roll need a motion control shoe or stability shoe, and high arch/supinators (or underpronaters) should look for a neutral shoe. Men's Neutral Support Running Shoes Men's Stability Support Running Shoes How to Avoid Running Injuries
Drop is a measurement of the difference in ground-to-heel and ground-to-toe height between your heel and your toe. High drop shoes will ramp your foot forward while low drop (or zero drop) shoes bring your heel and your toe level. Shop Men's 0-4mm Drop Road Running Shoes Shop Men's 5-9mm Drop Road Running Shoes Shop Men's 10+mm Drop Road Running Shoes