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How to Choose Running Shoes Two Parts:Determining Your NeedsPurchasing Your Running ShoesQuestions and Answers Running in the wrong shoes can be a recipe for disaster, especially if you plan on running distance or on uneven terrain. A poor choice in footwear can cause foot pain, back pain, Achilles tendinitis, runner's knee, and other conditions. Before you choose your shoes, you'll need to take into account the terrain you run on, your running style, and your personal tastes. Then you'll be ready to purchase and take your first steps in your new running shoes, and when you do, you won't regret the time you spent. Receive a professional evaluation for your feet. Many specialty running stores now have equipment that can analyze your gait (how you walk/run) and your foot type. This will help you to know whether or not you need support to prevent your foot from rolling inward (also called pronating). Though there are many different foot-types, the main three are: Neutral footed runners, where your foot comes into contact with the ground toward the middle of the foot. Overpronation, where your foot rolls inward too far. Underpronation, where your foot rolls inward too far, resulting in the smaller, outer toes of your feet doing more work than necessary at the push off. Break in your shoes to prevent blisters and increase comfort. While your shoes adjust to your feet and your feet adjust to your new shoes, there will probably be some very slight friction which could cause blisters. Begin breaking in your new shoes by going on shorter runs or walking. This will make sure that your foot is as far back in the shoe as possible and will help you determine the best fit. Do not let price decide the shoe for you. You will regret it in the long run if you choose a shoe that's $15 cheaper, but not very comfortable. Walk around in your new shoes the day you get them. This will help break them in better, resulting in fewer blisters. Meet Adelaide, a wikiHowian who has been a community member for over three years and has started 186 articles. She enjoys being a Welcomer, New Article Booster, and Admin, and she helps a lot of people through the Help Team. She also enjoys copyediting and boosting new articles. When it comes to the wikiHow community, Adelaide loves the collaborative spirit and says it's nice to see so many like-minded editors sharing advice and helping the content grow. To new contributors, she advises, "Edit fearlessly and boldly, and don't be afraid to ask questions!"