|This beauty knows a comfortable fit can help her extend her run or workout.|
You want a shoe that gives you ample toe room through all that moving that you’re going to do. After all, you don’t want your toes banging against the front of the shoe if the toe box is too short or too angled. Instead, give yourself a little extra room to take that impact from all those varied movements.
How much extra toe room is enough? A good length to aim for is a size about the width of your thumb. A broader toe box also is a better bet for comfort through your workout because the toes won’t be pressed so closely together as a more angled toe box.
Shoes that have leather steppers are always better for feet since they allow them to breathe more over synthetic materials, which hold sweat in.
Be sure to always shop dressing the sore areas of your feet such as corns, bunions, heels, etc. before you buy that shoe. The shoe may fit differently with your protective wear or that bandage with adhesive tape that you will be wearing through your workout than just trying the shoe on without them.
You may think these few pointers don’t amount to much-–that is until you do your workout. Your feet will thank you!