NEW COLLECTION - ALWAYS WEAR THE RIGHT RUNNING SHOE
When buying running shoes, it is important to consider the surface on which you primarily train. If you run a lot on hard asphalt during training, Nike running shoes with good cushioning are recommended. Competition shoes are generally lighter and have less cushioning; after all, they are meant to break best times. For many runs on soft forest ground or hilly terrain, shoes that have a high degree of stability and give your feet a firm hold in the shoe are particularly important. Your foot movements are supported in their natural movement by the additional stability in the shoe. Many runners swear by the fact that they can literally feel the forest floor with their feet during their training. You will find what you are looking for in our online shop under the keyword Natural Running.
NEW AND MATCHING THE SHOES - THE MATCHING CLOTHING FROM NIKE
Running shoes roughly last for 1,000 training kilometres, after which you should buy new Nike running shoes. Buying new shoes is generally recommended, because used models adapt to their wearer and lose stability and cushioning properties in the course of their use. If you are already buying new shoes, why not put together a new collection of shoes, running jacket and running trousers in matching colours? In this way, you are optimally equipped for the upcoming winter training and are motivated to lace up your Nike running shoes and visit Runners High even in bad weather conditions.