10 Best Icebug Running Shoes Reviewed

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Icebug, a company that originated in Sweden, has been designing quality, high-traction running shoes for over 15 years. Constantly developing new technologies, Icebug consistently produces top-of-the-line shoes that perform well on any terrain, in any weather conditions. They have a huge number of shoes on the market, so it can be difficult to choose the exact shoe that’s perfect for you. We’ve narrowed it down to a list of our favorites, based on the stuff that really matters when it comes to something you will depend on.

Icebug is relentless with regards to producing new shoes and updating shoe models, therefore to keep pace and ensure you get the best choices, we will constantly review and update this page to ensure you get the best choices. The range of shoes is extensive, there is a shoe model for every type of running and every runner’s preference.

Last Updated: July 13, 2018
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We have added an updated shoe and expanded your choices, this range of shoes are solid, popular, and in demand. Grab a look at our methodology for reviewing the best shoe in our criterion for reviewing, and take some sound advice from our extensive FAQs section.

Pytho3
  • Pytho3
  • 4.5 out of 5
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  • Great traction
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Mist RBX9
  • Mist RBX9
  • 4.7 out of 5
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  • Breathable
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Spirit5 OLX
  • Spirit5 OLX
  • 4 out of 5
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  • Lightweight
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10 Best Icebug Running Shoes

 

1. Pytho3

This shoe is a great choice for a distance runner. Designed to feel natural on the foot and to enable the foot to move freely, the Icebug Pytho3 provides the perfect amount of comfort, flexibility, and performance. BUGrip technology provides extreme traction even in the worst of conditions.
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Features/Comfort:
The tongue and collar are padded for extra cushioning and comfort. The upper is made of water-resistant nylon so the shoe absorbs very minimal water, ensuring that your feet stay dry and comfortable. BUGrip technology on the rubber sole is made for the most slippery and icy conditions. The 17 carbide studs built into the sole dig into the ground with every stride, providing you with ultimate traction.

Durability/Quality:
PU protective trim on the toe box and heel add extra durability to this already long-lasting shoe. The reinforced toe box is designed to withstand essentially anything that hits it, such as rocks or other debris.

Cost:
The Icebug Pytho3 is moderately priced.
Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Allows the foot to move naturally
  • Excellent traction
  • Water-resistant
  • Reinforced toe box
  • Nicely padded
Cons
  • Some find that the upper is too hard

2. Mist RBX9

Although the company is named “Icebug,” they have perfected the art of created running shoes designed for humid, hot conditions as well. This lightweight shoe does a great job on a wide variety of terrains, and is designed to move naturally with your foot.
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Features/Comfort:
This shoe has a removable molded EVA foam midsole that does an excellent job of providing stability and comfort. The interior mesh liner is a great addition, as it’s extremely breathable, lightweight, and quick drying. This is especially important for hot weather, as this mesh plays a large role in making sure that your feet stay cool and dry. Whether running on concrete, wet surfaces, dirt trails, muddy areas, or gravel, you’ll notice consistently superior traction with this shoe.

Durability/Quality:
Made with top-of-the-line suede and rubber, you can rest assured knowing that you’re getting excellent quality with this shoe. While not as heavy-duty as some of their other shoes, especially the ones made for cold conditions, it still does a great job of securely protecting your foot and holding up throughout the miles. Its durable Rubber 9 Extreme compound is what ensures you receive the reliable traction you need.

Cost:
The Mist RBX9 is averagely priced compared to Icebug’s other shoes. It falls in the mid-to-high price range.
Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Flexible
  • Dries quickly
  • Excellent traction
  • Keeps feet cool
  • Mesh upper
Cons
  • Some find that it does not provide enough arch support

3. Spirit5 OLX

The Icebug Spirt5 OLX is an excellent choice for those who run on a variety of terrains. This shoe is lightweight, flexible, responsive, and incredibly water-resistant. Even when soaked, very minimal weight is added.
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Features/Comfort:
With a very smooth, flexible upper, your foot won’t feel restricted or heavy. The material of the upper is water-resistant, so you don’t need to worry about those puddles on the trail. The molded removable EVA midsole, the padded collar, and the interior quick-dry liner all ensure that you stay comfortable as possible throughout your run. 14 carbide studs on the bottom of the shoe provide you with ultimate traction.

Durability/Quality:
The stitching on this shoe is done with a Stitch-and-Turn technique to prevent fraying. A rock guard around the bottom edge ensures that the shoe suffers minimal wear and tear from debris.

Cost:
The Icebug Spirit5 OLX is moderately priced.
Pros
  • Great padding
  • Low-profile shoe
  • Excellent traction
  • Quick-drying mesh
  • Water-resistant
Cons
  • Some find them to be too narrow

4. Men's Anima4 RB9X

4. Men's Anima4 RB9X
You may think that these shoes are only perfect for winter but they will be also great for summer. One of the best shoes on our list when it comes to breathability. Check out the features and details of these shoes.
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Features/Comfort:
Many runners said that it’s very easy to choose the appropriate size. The sole is made from rubber but there are also little buttons to provide better grip and traction. The great traction is especially seen on wet surfaces. Like in many other shoes, Icebug made cell foam to minimize water absorption. Runners were really surprised by the breathability of the shoes. They will be great both for winter and summer because of breathable upper mesh. Although these have less cushioning than other models, you won’t feel the rocks under your feet.

Durability/Quality:
Icebug does great job when it comes to high quality products. The shoes are intended for trail and you can easily enjoy them on uneven terrain. These shoes will are very durable and they will stay with you for a long time.

Cost:
The cost is very similar to the price of the others shoes on our list. This is an average price for this type of shoes. They’re totally worth the price.

Design/ Look
Many trail shoes tend to be very bulky and they make you feel less confident. Well, not this time. Anima4 RB9X is this type of shoe that looks great on the feet, is lightweight and comfortable. These shoes are chosen very often because of the vivid colors.
Pros

They’re lightweight

They’re breathable

They have good grip

Cons

Some runners complained about not enough of cushioning

5. DTS BUGrip

5. DTS BUGrip
For a stability shoe, Icebug did a great job of making this shoe lightweight, flexible, and non-restrictive. If you’re looking for a shoe that provides durability and stability without being heavy, this is a great choice.
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Features/Comfort:
The midsole of the DTS BUGrip is a mid-density EVA foam with Icebug’s ESS stabilizer system built in for extra support. Its upper is made of RipStop water-resistant nylon to keep the shoe dry. The collar is generously padded, adding to the all-around comfort of the shoe, and the toe box is moderately wide.

Durability/Quality:
With 19 studs integrated into the rubber sole, you can rest assured knowing that you’re going to receive quality performance for miles to come. This shoe is very durable and is designed to last. A unique thing about this shoe is that it also comes in an OutDry version, made for warmer conditions.

Cost:
While the DTS BUGrip is priced at the higher end of your average running shoe, this shoe is definitely worth the cost.
Pros
  • Sleek and lightweight
  • Excellent traction
  • Great support
  • Well-padded
  • Non-restrictive
  • Water-resistant
Cons
  • Price
  • Availability

6. Aurora

6. Aurora
Like many of Icebug’s shoes, the Aurora BUGrip is designed to keep your foot warm, dry, and comfortable in even the harshest of conditions. Icebug says that this shoe “provides the best possible traction on anything from dry asphalt to pure ice.”
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Features/Comfort:
The EVA foam midsole makes this shoe comfortable, supportive, and responsive. Quick-dry mesh is used in the interior as well as on the upper. The upper is also comprised of RipStop Nylon and uses weather shield technology to prevent the shoe from enduring the effects of rain and snow. BUGrip technology is utilized to provide reliable traction regardless of the terrain or weather conditions. 19 steel studs are integrated with the shoe’s rubber sole, which give the shoe the excellent traction that Icebug is known for.

Durability/Quality:
The weather shield lining is top-of-the-line, and the rubber sole is also of great quality and is sure to hold up for miles and miles. After many miles or running, the studs remain securely in place, truly attesting to how well-made this shoe is.

Cost:
The Aurora BUGrip is in the mid-to-high price range.
Pros
  • Excellent traction
  • Keeps your foot warm and dry
  • Water-resistant
  • Lightweight
Cons
  • Some find that the toe box is too narrow

7. DTS2 GTX BUGrip

7. DTS2 GTX BUGrip
These shoes were made to use them on ice-covered roads and snowy tracks. Their excellent traction will help you to get every place.
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Features/Comfort:
There are 19 special studs that provide great traction even if the ground is ice-covered and slippery. They’re laced up so you have a secure fit and your feet stay in place. The upper is made of nylon which is moisture wicking material. The special mesh lining helps the shoes to dry faster. In the midsole, there’s EVA that is very lightweight. There’s also ESS stabilizer. These shoes are also water resistant which is essential during winter. The drop is quiet big as it’s 14 mm. The amount of grip is very satisfying and you don’t need to worry about sliding. You need to check the size carefully, as sometimes they run small.

Durability/Quality:
The sole is made of very durable rubber, it will work very well and the studs add more durability to the shoe.

Cost:
These shoes may be a little bit more expensive than the other but it’s not a big difference. For this quality, we would be ready to pay for them every dollar.

Design/ Look
This are typical shoes on slippery icy roads so they won’t look like typical fashionable road running shoes. To be honest, comfort and safety comes before look, isn’t it? These are available in 3 colors and we’re totally in love with black/ orange.
Pros

Runners appreciated the half of the sizes

Great traction even on the road with big amount of ice

Cons

Some runners complained that there’s not enough of foot protection

8. Zeal OLX

8. Zeal OLX
The Zeal OLX is created exclusively for trail running. This shoe does a great job on soft trails and is designed to provide your foot with the proper support it needs during your run. Weighing only 8.5oz, this shoe is similar to a minimalist running shoe while still providing the stability of a traditional running shoe. Icebug hit a sweet spot between the two with this shoe.
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Features/Comfort:
The Zeal OLX’s midsole is dual-density, so you can be sure that your foot will receive the right amount of support in all the right areas. Quick-dry mesh on the lightweight upper keeps the foot dry and comfortable. The toe box of this shoe is slightly wider than average but overall the shoe fits fairly snug all throughout.

Durability/Quality:
Made with polyurethane and a durable rubber sole, there are no issues of quality here. With 16 steel tips attached to the sole for grip, this shoe is built for traction. Its upper is constructed of tough woven nylon which helps to keep your foot in place.

Cost:
In comparison to Icebug’s other running shoes, the Zeal OLX is relatively expensive.
Pros
  • Flexible
  • Lightweight
  • Water-resistant
  • Excellent traction
  • Dual-density midsole
Cons
  • Don’t do as well on gravel or rocks
  • Runs a bit small
  • Some find that the collar around the ankle is too loose.

9. ORIBI3 W RB9X

9. ORIBI3 W RB9X
This is a light quality performing shoe with an abundance of designed in shoe technology. Constructed with p[olyester and seamless the upper mesh is light-weight, protects against the entry of water and is topped off with a defensive TPU-mudguard. The lace-up system lends towards shoe stability, and these laces are designed to stay tied and not become loose. Notably, the updated shoe tongue is thin and less bulky, for the heel cup we see a built-in padded-collar and a secure heel-grip, this updated shoe exhibits a lower heel-reinforcement.

Protection is assured through the innovative built-in rock-shield and the midsole promotes torsional-stability while giving a nice kick during the latter phase of a stride. This shoe has a softer midsole than the previous version and works in conjunction with the drop of 7mm to provide a secure support level. For difficult trail surfaces, the outsole is made from durable RB9X with a tractor style tread pattern.

We bet our introduction has caught your interest, read on for more.
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Features/Comfort

A fine level of seriously high performing comfort through the built-in EVA molded Insock,  a top feature for protection from the Rock Shield system and this is in combination with EVA which is ultra light this means a superb insole system packed with high-level shoe tech. Secure foot embracing stability and comfort with the built-in TPU-mudguard and a comfortable upper constructed from polyester with a lining known as half-line-bluesign.  These shoes give a surface grip which you can trust.

You get a medium level of shoe torsion-flexibility and the shoe cushion factor is a comfortable medium, in terms of weight the shoes weigh's out at a nice  (US9)-235 grams or (USL7.5)-190 grams, and finally for comfort an easy drop of 7mm.

Durability/Quality

Assured long-term durability with a rubber RB9X high-quality outsole, the shoe is built to give longevity combined with tough durability, all materials used for the construction of this shoe are selected for being high quality.

Cost

A tad higher than a selection of other brand shoes and this is because these are shoes with a high level of protection, durability, comfort and high performing quality materials.

Pros

Made from high-quality materials

Durable outsole

Good surface Grip

Good protection

Excellent mesh upper

Nice style

Cons

The price is a bit higher reflecting the cost of creating a high performing shoe

10. Acceleritas6

10. Acceleritas6
The newest addition to our list, the Acceleritas6, is ideal for those that favor minimalism. These kicks are essential for the thrill-seeking runner venturing into swimming, running, obstacle racing or beyond the beaten track!
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Features/Comfort:
The Polyester bluesign mesh upper is super soft and airy, so light and smooth it feels like being barefoot. The midfoot design pattern further improves the fit. The water pickup is minimal, the drainage is excellent and hence the wet weight is almost as low as when it’s dry. The midsole is very flexible and keeps the weight down. The height of the heel cup is slightly reduced in order to reduce pressure at the Achilles tendon. Users say that terrain feel is fantastic due to the low profile of the sole. The shoe promotes the natural movement of the foot - it’s like running in a pair of socks, but socks that provide thermal and impact protection, and traction!

Durability/Quality:
The outsole is designed with a pattern that is optimized to grip on hard as well as soft surfaces, with an aggressive pattern where dirt is steered away to the sides in diagonal channels (like tractor tires). The Acceleritas outsole is made with Icebug's patented RB9X. This innovative rubber compound provides incredible traction on both wet and dry surfaces, without compromising the durability!

Cost:
The price of this shoe is in the mid-range, however, the amazing versatility and patented performance features give you a lot of bang for your buck.

Design/Look
This shoe comes in a nice variety of colors and styles. There is something for everyone.
Pros

Suitable for various terrains and weather

Heel cup reduces Achilles tendon pressure

Excellet surface traction

Cons

Narrow fit

Some reviewers felt that the quality was not adequate to withstand tough obstacle races

 


Criteria used in picking the Best Icebug Running Shoes

 

It is not always easy to find the best fitting shoe and brand among the many choices at your local running store. To ensure you walk out with happy feet, you need to make sure that the shoe brand you select has good, comfortable and properly fitting from heel to toe. Above all, knowing what to look for gives you a better idea of how your running shoes should feel on your feet.

There’s nothing quite like the sensation of a steady rhythm and the peaceful calm that only a good run can provide in Icebug running shoes. We provide a variety of stylish, comfortable and properly fitting shoes to serve you well. One thing we have learned is that having the correct running footwear is an essential part of any healthy running routine.

This Icebug running shoe guide will help you to choose exactly what’s best for you. We’ll take you through some simple steps so you can buy your next pair of Icebug running shoes with complete confidence.

Icebug Running Shoes Categories

Icebug running and racing shoes are categorized into three defined categories that make a runner have an easy job choosing the type of Icebug shoes he or she wants. The categories are separated depending on the areas and platform where the runner trails. And the categories are;

  1. Road-running Icebug shoes – These type of distance running shoes normally are the type that is specially designed to perform well the runner is doing his runs on mostly hard surfaces like tarmacked roads and pavements. Stabilized surfaces are good to have in this category of Icebug shoes. The features Flexible and light, from the shoe sole, to give the runner a flexibility mode when running on the even areas.
  2. Trail-running Icebug shoes – Just as the title of the category, these Icebug shoes for running have been well-designed to perform better while the runner is running on trails or off the road routes that mostly have unstable surfaces ( rocky or muddy areas). This category of shoes can also be used on flat surfaces. The fabrics and soles to this category of running shoes are designed with special aggressive tread features for a more solid traction on any surface and all round fortification to offer support, stability, and protection of the underfoot of the runner.
  3. Cross-training Icebug shoes – This category is mostly used by athletes and runners who practice on flat and indoor surfaces like the gym space. They are designed with features that cannot withstand rough surfaces or tarmacked roads for long. They are mostly used by ladies.
Types of Icebug Shoes for Running

Neutral Icebug Running shoes: These type of shoes for running are the best type for neutral kind of runners and athletes. They are also recommended by starters who have not figured out the best environment of specialization for their running. They have the same features as the normal sporting shoes.

Stability Icebug shoes: They are good for athletes and runners who run on stable or even grounds. These shoes are designed with features like good cushioning to function as the runner’s foot shock absorbent and sole, just well flat surface.

Barefoot Icebug shoes: These types of distance running shoes look as if the shoe has no sole. They are designed in a way that is sole is flat. Runners who use this kind of shoe are mostly indoor work out oriented like the gym athletes. The flat and slim sole is comfortable on flat surfaces.

Factors Considered In Choosing Icebug Running Shoes.

The following are the main considerations a runner should have in mind when the best picking the top running models from Icebug

Running Shoe Outsoles

Before a runner picking a running shoe in a stall, the running shoe outsoles is an important feature to consider. The variety of running shoe outsole depends on where the runner practices his running. Does he run on the road and pavements where the surface is tarmacked or does he run on the trails where the surface is muddy and rocky? The athlete could also be an indoor work out person. Different outsoles have different features that are specifically designed to fit the runners need.

Flexibility Of The Running Shoe

Does the Icebug run shoe provide good flexibility features?  Different runners prefer a different kind of flexibility when it comes to shoe fitting. Some runners prefer running shoes that are tight fitting while others prefer having running shoes that are slightly loose. Regardless of the running shoe is tight or loose, the runner should what is best for his flexes as he or she runs and should settle on that.

 Foot Protection

A happy foot is a key to any runners success. What is the point of choosing a running shoe that will harm or hurt your feet after the run? Foot protection is an important consideration that all runners should always have in mind. The running shoe should have features that are friendly to your platform of running. Depending on what protection you are looking for, whether on the road, trails ( rocky, muddy or watered environment)  the runner should pick a  running shoe that is good for his feet protection.

Shoe Cushioning

The runner’s body weight is literally onto the runners’ feet when the runner is on the move. This is why the runner needs to consider the feet being in good shoe cushioning.  Finding a running shoe that has the right amount of cushioning for you typically consists of two factors: body frame, and preference. Tall and heavy runners might find a lot of shoes cushioning more comfortable than slim and short runners. Some runners though prefer having more cushioning because they feel more comfortable, let’s say like as is they running in the clouds, while other runners prefer little cushioning so that they can have the forefeet feel. Depending on your preference, a runner should choose the right shoe cushioning that is best for him or her.

Toe-To-Heel Drop

This is basically the difference in distance from the foot toe’s height and the heel height. This feature should be a consideration because it how the foot of the runner strikes the surface of the ground when the runner lands. Some runners are comfortable being in a running shoe medium or low heel-toe drop of the runner’s foot’s heel and toe while others love shoes that high-drop. Depending on the runner’s preference, choose a heel-toe drop that favors your run.

Are the running shoe breathable enough?

Perfect shoes for running are those designed to have uppers that allow the feet of the runner to breath efficiently. Lightweight running shoe fabrics such as synthetic materials and mesh give priority to ventilation allowing the feet to breathe and also assisting in controlling the feet’ temperature conditions like keeping the sweat away.

The Shoe’s Instep

The upper section of the shoe should have a snug fit that offers a secure fit around the foot. You can try different lacing style in order to have a more secure instep of the shoe. Intense pressure and tightness mean that one needs more space in their shoes.

Cost

Most shoes that are $150 or more are made of high-quality materials.  Many of these shoes have stability features or quality cushioning.   Shoes that run $100 or under are usually made of cheaper material and can wear down faster.  That being said, many older models can be found at a deep discount because newer models have been released.  That does not make it a “bad” shoe, actually quite the opposite.  Sometimes, the newest iteration of a shoe might not have changes for the better, which in that case, is a benefit to you as you can find them cheaper, but still high quality.

Size for Running Shoes

Before buying a pair of shoes for your running work out sessions, it is important to try on several pairs of shoes to see how they feel. Comfort is the most important factor, so runners should be able to determine if the shoes will be comfortable or not by walking around the store. To find the proper size, shoppers should try shoes on later in the day when the feet are larger due to the slight swelling that results from walking around. Additionally, they should wear the type of socks that they will be wearing during running. When the shoes are on, they should feel the hug but not too tight. There should also be about a thumb’s width between the toes and the front of your preferred running shoe. The foot should not slide around in any part of the shoe. Runners should never choose a pair of running shoes based on their normal shoe size. Running shoes will normally be about half a size larger than the shoes a person normally wears.

 Styles And Options

All runners love and enjoy being identified by their expression of the footwear and apparel wear they are in. A runners perception of style and option of his or her running shoe is equally important because the runner will appreciate and embrace his running in the running shoe, and therefore having an easy time.  Thought style should not be the first deciding factor when purchasing a pair of running shoes, it’s hard to deny the importance of wearing an attractive shoe.  Luckily, Icebug shoes did a great job providing a variety of colors and styles for runners to choose from.

FAQ

 

Q. How do I know my shoe size?

A. To find out your shoe size measure your foot, starting from your heel to the longest toe.  Take this number and subtract 5mm.  This is the length of your foot and this number will help you determine your shoe size.

Q. What’s the difference between half a shoe size?

A. Half sizes are commonly made, resulting in an increment of 16 inch. This is the current U.S and U.k shoe measurement shoe sizes. Twelve inches is the largest shoe size.

Q. How do you know if the shoes you want to buy or have purchased are too big?

A. You should be able to feel a small, but not a large, gap in front of your toe. If you are able to compress the top of your shoe to the footbed of the shoe in front of your toe, the shoe is too big. Wear the shoes for a day, and take note at day end, if the shoes were comfortable or your feet slid around in them

Q. Why should I consider Shoe Cushioning in choosing my best running shoes?

A. The runner’s body weight is literally on the runner’s feet when the runner is on the move. This is why the runner needs to consider the feet being in good shoe cushioning.  Finding a running shoe that has the right amount of cushioning for you typically consists of two factors: body frame, and preference. Tall and heavy runners might find a lot of shoes cushioning more comfortable than slim and short runners. Some runners though prefer having more cushioning because they feel more comfortable, let’s say like as is they running in the clouds, while other runners prefer little cushioning so that they can have the forefeet feel. Depending on your preference, a runner should choose the right shoe cushioning that is best for him or her.

Q. What is the tongue of the shoe?

A. A shoe tongue is a strip of leather or other material located under the laces of a shoe. The tongue sits on the top center part of the shoe on top of the bridge of the foot. It’s attached to the vamp and runs all the way to the throat of the shoe. Tongues are found on any shoe with laces.

Q. What is a shoe horn used for?

A. Shoe horns help wearers slide into the shoe easier.  A short shoe horn helps wearers sit down and slide on a shoe, whereas a long shoe horn helps runners slide on a shoe from a standing position.

Q. What does the W stand for in shoe size?

A. Both the letters indicate the Width fitting of the footwear. M is medium width fitting, normal if you like. W stands for wide width fitting. A timberland wide width fitting can make a boot or shoe, depending on the style, anything between a half and one whole size larger.

Q. After how long of use should I replace my Icebug Running shoes?

A. Trainers lose their cushioning after a run of 300 – 600 miles, so to prevent foot pain and or foot injury you will need to replace them after you have covered this sort of distance.  A few ways to tell if they are past their prime is to check the midsole and outsole.  If the midsole/outsole looks crushed or the heel is worn down significantly, then it’s time to invest in another pair of shoes.

Q. What are Icebug athletic shoes made out of?

A. The two types of cushioning generally found in running shoes are EVA and polyurethane. This is the soft body of the shoe. Usually made of a combination of materials, from lightweight, durable synthetic to heavier materials like leather.

Q. What is the difference between stability and neutral shoes?

A. Neutral Icebug Running shoes: These type of running shoes are best for neutral kind of runners. They are also recommended by starters who have not figured out the best environment of specialization for their running. They have the same features as the normal sporting shoes.

Stability Icebug shoes: They are good for athletes and runners who run on stable or even grounds. These shoes are designed with features like good cushioning to act as the runner’s foot shock absorbent and sole, just well flat surface.

Q: When should I look at a running trail shoe with a rock plate?

A: If you run on trails and no matter how much cushion you have in your shoes and you still have pain, you may want to consider looking at a running trail shoe with a rock plate.

Q. What is Underpronation?

A. Underpronation is when a runner’s foot rolls outward when running.  A gait analysis will confirm whether you underpronate, overpronate or have a neutral pronation. Runners who Underpronate may need certain shoes that help correct their pronation.

Q: Do Icebug Running shoe sizes typically run small, average, or large in length?

A: Typically, Icebug shoes run anywhere between a 1/2 size too small and a whole size too small so make sure you order up when selecting your shoe. It’s also a good idea to measure your foot and compare your measurements to the measurements listed.

We hope the list above has helped you narrow down which Icebug running shoe is best for you. No matter which shoe you decide on, you can be sure that you’re receiving top-of-the-line quality with great traction and all-day comfort.


 

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