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A good shoe will adapt to your foot over time of using it. You want it to be comfortable at all times during running. I would stick with the suggestion of buying it at the end of the day. A walk into town should warm your feet up to their normal working size and shape.


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That doesn't sound normal. I also started out running in some very cheap shoes and then switched to stability shoes. They do feel different, and you may get some "new shoe" issues such as blisters until they break in. However, I never had any obvious muscle or joint pain caused by the shoes, and the general sense was that I could run further in the ...



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