How To Look After Your Running Shoes


Running Gear

Get the right shoes for the running conditions

Cleaning running shoes

Drying your running shoes

Storage of your running shoes

The chances are that even when you’ve run in dry weather, they will be damp after a run from your own sweat, and it is best for them to dry out as quickly as possible.

Getting into the routine of caring for your training shoes immediately after a run will ensure that you won’t need to replace them as quickly…

Stashing your running shoes somewhere high up often does the trick. That way, they can stay in the living area of the house (porch, utility room, bedroom, etc) but not get in the way or chewed by pets!

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