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Just to add to Eric's answer the two most important things I look for in a running shoe - I am all treadmill due to nasty shin issues I get running on hard surfaces - are: light weight cushioning Stability, how well the shoe is made (toe/heel forms), and all the extra stuff is really nothing to worry about since you aren't cutting, your shoes are ...


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A running shoe is a running shoe, but find the one that fits to your foot and your stride correctly. The assumption is the way you run on a treadmill will be the same as inside. Go to a store and try a few on and run around a bit in them, even if it looks a bit silly, just find the one that you feel wont cause injury.



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