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How to Buy Men's 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.

Trail
Trail running shoes are running shoes designed with aggressive tread patterns for traction, highly durable materials to protect your foot, and they may or may not use waterproof or water-resistant materials. These shoes are for off-road running. Shop Men's Trail Running Shoes
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Road
Road running shoes are for running on asphalt and concrete (roads and sidewalks). With less aggressive tread patterns and lightweight materials, these shoes help you fly across hard surfaces. Shop Men's Road Running Shoes
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Minimalist
A lightweight, minimal construction sub-category of both running and trail shoes. Minimalist shoes keep things simple and allow your feet to flex and absorb impact naturally. Shop Men's Minimalist Running Shoes
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