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Shoe Guide

HOW LONG SHOULD YOUR SHOES LAST?

There are many variables that will determine the life of your shoes, such as milage, running or walking style, weight and the activity for which the shoes were chosen.  The average life of running shoes is 6-12 months or approximately 800kms.  Half way through your shoes life they may still look almost new but there will be some unnoticable signs of wear causing a flat and loose feeling.  At this time it is recommended that the innersoles be replaced (unless using orthotics) giving you back some of the bounce and more of a snug fit.  When shoes become too loose, stability is lost and injuries can occur.

 

SIZE CONVERSION CHART

All sizing listed on our online store are in US Sizing.

 WHAT IF I AM BETWEEN SIZES?

If you are between sizes in footwear, we recommend that you order up a half size.  You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles, or a different lacing pattern and avoid bruised toenails.


WIDTH SIZING

Having the right fit is essential to performing and feeling your best, no matter what your activity.  That is why we stock a large range of shoes varying in support, fit and width!

  • If the shoes you have owned in the past tend to feel overly spacious in width, you should consider trying a narrower width. If your shoes feel noticeably narrow or snug, then you should consider trying out a wider width.
  • Some signs that your shoes are too small or narrow include - foot cramping or pins-and-needles during or after running or the formation of blisters and calluses around your toes.

 

Women's Shoe Widths

2A B D 2E
Narrow Standard Wide Extra Wide


Men's Shoe Widths

D 2E 4E 6E
Standard Wide Extra Wide Extra Extra Wide