- Neutral runners (neutral shoes)
- Over pronators (stability shoes)
- Ambitious athletes (competition shoes)
- Nature lovers (trail shoes)
- And those runners who would prefer not to wear a shoe at all (barefoot shoes)
RUNNING SHOES EXPLAINED: WHAT DOES “HEEL DROP” MEAN?
Have you bought running shoes online before? Have you ever ran into the term “heel drop” and do you know what it’s all about? heel drop basically means a higher heel. We’ll explain exactly which consequences a height difference between the heel and forefoot has and what you should pay attention to when buying your next running shoe. Many runners, for a long time, have lived by the motto: “the more cushioning the better”. But we know better, or put it more accurately. The classic differences between running shoes for different runners are as follows: