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June 21, 2016

No matter how expensive your running shoes are, they’ll need to be replaced sooner or later. The speed at which running shoes wear out varies depending on how often you train, mileage, weight, and terrain. Pushing your shoe lifespan too far can actually lead to injuries, but by following these guidelines, you can better determine when its time for some fresh new kicks.



Mileage
A good running shoe should last between 300 and 500 miles, depending on the terrain. For example, if you train 100 miles a month, start to pay atte...

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