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10 Best Racing Shoes Reviewed & Tested

last updated Jan 02, 2019
The best racing running shoes may have attributes that are different from regular running shoes and that will help you be effective, whatever the race. Check out our guide on the best racing running shoes to find something just right for your upcoming race day. Racing running shoes need to be flexible and responsive enough to tackle and endure whatever the road throws at you. Many companies have branched out over the years, producing footwear that meets the needs of specific activities–this includes shoes specifically designed for running races. We looked at a wide variety of products and brought you a range of options so there should be something for everyone on here, from racing only options to shoes that can be used for training as well.

In a Hurry? The test winner after 18 hrs of research

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Nike Flyknit Racer
95.2/100 our score
Comfort
96
Durability
97
Stability
97
Flexibility
90
Support
96
Nike Flyknit Racer
Why is it better?

Lightweight & highly breathable

Air Zoom unit located in heel for added comfort

The diamond treaded outsole offers pretty good traction

Balanced combination of cushioning and responsiveness

Good flexibility

Flywire thread provides good support

Great durability

Allows for a good amount of spring in your step

Works well in different weather conditions (rain, or dry)

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In this update we added the Hoka One One Clifton 4, Saucony Kinvera 5, Adidas Neo Cloudfoam Race, Brooks Hyperion, and Mizuno Wave Hitogami to our list, replacing products that weren't performing up to expectations any longer. We've put a variety of race shoes in this buying guide so there should be something for everyone. Come back again soon and see what else is new.

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95.2
Comfort
96%
Durability
97%
Stability
97%
Flexibility
90%
Support
96%
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#2
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93.8
Comfort
95%
Durability
95%
Stability
95%
Flexibility
89%
Support
95%
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$59.95
#3
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90.4
Comfort
88%
Durability
92%
Stability
90%
Flexibility
97%
Support
85%
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#4
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89.4
Comfort
95%
Durability
85%
Stability
85%
Flexibility
95%
Support
87%
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#5
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
88.2
Comfort
85%
Durability
88%
Stability
86%
Flexibility
95%
Support
87%
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#6
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87.2
Comfort
90%
Durability
85%
Stability
82%
Flexibility
93%
Support
86%
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$59.95
#7
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
86.2
Comfort
90%
Durability
86%
Stability
87%
Flexibility
81%
Support
87%
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$83.85
#8
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84.2
Comfort
90%
Durability
78%
Stability
85%
Flexibility
85%
Support
83%
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#9
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82.8
Comfort
90%
Durability
87%
Stability
85%
Flexibility
75%
Support
77%
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$69.02
#10
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80.8
Comfort
85%
Durability
75%
Stability
77%
Flexibility
90%
Support
77%
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$92.40
$99.95
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In Depth Review Top 10
  • Nike Flyknit Racer
  • Adidas Neo Cloudfoam Race
  • Saucony Kinvara 5
  • Hoka One One Clifton 4
  • Brooks Hyperion
  • Mizuno Wave Hitogami
  • UA SpeedForm Apollo 2
  • Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6
  • Nike Flex RN 2018
  • Saucony Type A8
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  • Frequently Asked Questions
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10 Best Racing Shoes

1. Nike Flyknit Racer

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
95.2
Nike Flyknit Racer
Comfort
96
Durability
97
Stability
97
Flexibility
90
Support
96
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Pros:

Lightweight & highly breathable

Air Zoom unit located in heel for added comfort

The diamond treaded outsole offers pretty good traction

Balanced combination of cushioning and responsiveness

Good flexibility

Flywire thread provides good support

Great durability

Allows for a good amount of spring in your step

Works well in different weather conditions (rain, or dry)

Cons:

Expensive

Sizes may run narrow

As we have seen before, Nike’s Flyknit Racer once again takes first across the finish line. This rather simplistic yet sleek design has quite a bit going for it. There's a lot more to say about these, so open the rest of the review below and check it out!

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Comfort / Stability

Part of the Flyknit family of running shoes, the Racer also has an upper from Nike’s innovative and breathable materials which conform nicely to the wearer’s foot, providing a confident fit. This is extremely important when your goal is to win.

Large, loose or clunky footwear is obviously never an ideal choice when you are going for speed and endurance. At first glance, you’ll notice that these do not have reinforcing overlays around the upper. The Flyknit construction is done so there are some areas which are sparsely knit to allow airflow and others sections which are more tightly woven to provide stronger support.

Moving down to the midsole technology, which is made with Nike’s Phylon and Lunarlon foam. This premium lightweight cushioning system provides prolonged comfort to get you through long races, as well as exceptional ground control and responsiveness. In addition to the Lunarlon, these also have something that this company has been successfully marketing their products around for years. These have an Air Zoom unit located in the forefoot for added cushion, as well as shock absorption.

Finally we come to the shoe’s outsole, which is designed for road racing. The waffleskin material has race-specific diamond patterned treads for optimum traction for competitive situations.

Durability / Quality

In all, these offer the right amount of responsive control and lightweight cushioning to get a runner through any type of road race. These probably won’t provide suitable traction for off-road running or rough trails, but that’s not what they’re built for. These are still fairly new but have already gained a decent following of impressed runners.

Cost or Value

The Flyknit Racer will set you back a bit in terms of cost, but most of us probably don’t expect newer models from this company to be cheap. Overall, They seem to be worth their price tag.

2. Adidas Neo Cloudfoam Race

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93.8
Adidas Neo Cloudfoam Race
Comfort
95
Durability
95
Stability
95
Flexibility
89
Support
95
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Pros:

Comfortable

Good stability

Flexible

Well-made

Cons:

Heavier than other options

Not designed for racing though they work well for it

This option comes from Adidas' Neo line, which actually focuses on lifestyle shoes, but it's actually a great option for runners looking for a little more support from their race-day shoes. They are also well made and stylish and offer the user a good comfort to weight ratio.

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Comfort and Support

This is where this option performs best and lots of reviewers noted how good these felt on their feet, even after long runs. These have more support than a lot of racing shoes while maintaining their light weight which makes them a versatile option that's also good for training and working out.

Durability and Flexibility

Another factor where these do well, these have very few issues with how they hold up over time and are pretty flexible considering the amount of support they offer. The main complaint we found with these was sizing them, as they seem to run large, so we recommend ordering a half size smaller than what you usually wear.

Stability

These are more stable than most options on our list, owing to their origin in the brand's lifestyle line, and are good for over and under-pronators as well as heavier runners.

3. Saucony Kinvara 5

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90.4
Saucony Kinvara 5
Comfort
88
Durability
92
Stability
90
Flexibility
97
Support
85
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Pros:

Lightweight

Versatile option good for training, races, long and short distances

Flexible

Durable uppers

Cons:

Outsole not very durable

Not a lot of cushioning

This race ready option is lightweight and has just a 4mm heel to toe drop, giving the user good feel of the running surface. A go-to race shoe for many runners, they're best for half-marathon distances or less due to having less cushioning than some options in order to save on weight.

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Comfort and Support

These get good marks for being a versatile shoe with decent levels of comfort Although some users felt the previous version was better in this regard. This one can be used for training, racing, long and short distances and have pretty good support according to users, though not a lot because the design is focused more on being lightweight.

Durability and Flexibility

These are about average when it comes to standing up to long-term use, and as with most lightweight shoes there is a big of a trade-off in this area. The flexibility however is excellent, and users enjoyed the high level of responsiveness this one offers.

Stability

These lean towards being a neutral shoe, and have a 4mm heel to toe drop, which means that these are meant to increase the strength of your feet and ankles over time while improving your overall running form and gait, but they do offer a bit of traditional drop to help with your forward motion.

4. Hoka One One Clifton 4

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
89.4
Hoka One One Clifton 4
Comfort
95
Durability
85
Stability
85
Flexibility
95
Support
87
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Pros:

Well-cushioned

Durable midsole

Comfortable

Good value

Cons:

Some users preferred the previous versions

This product has been known for its extremely soft ride and cushioning for a while now, but this is its biggest update yet. The super soft cushioning is there but with increased rebound, and it also got a new look in this version. Most importantly the durability has been increased while maintaining the cushioning people have come to expect from this brand.

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Comfort and Support

Comfort in this one is very high, and this brand is known for their cushioning, and the main goal with this version was to maintain that while making the outsold more durable. Most reviewers still liked felt it was good in this version, although some liked the previous versions more. Support is about average and there is a 5mm heel to toe drop.

Durability and Flexibility

The outsoles of this product are more durable than in the previous version, and reviewers were pleased how it held up over time despite the soft cushioning. Flexibility is about average, and again reviewers noted that previous version of this product were more flexible.

Stability

With a 5mm heel to toe drop, and a rockered midsole, these are designed more for cushioning and comfort than maximum stability.

5. Brooks Hyperion

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
88.2
Brooks Hyperion
Comfort
85
Durability
88
Stability
86
Flexibility
95
Support
87
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Pros:

Lightweight

Responsive

Flexible

Sleek design

Cons:

Uppers could be more flexible

Expensive

This product is a lightweight option that straddles the middle ground between an ultra-light racing flat and a heavier trainer. They have enough cushioning for runs of up to 5-10 miles and have a 10mm drop to help with your forward movement.

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Comfort and Support

As light as these are at 6.4 ounces they're still pretty comfortable and suitable for longer training runs as well as race day. They don't offer much in the way of additional structures to offer support and hold your feet in place, so heavier runners or severe under and over-pronators may want to look elsewhere.

Durability and Flexibility

As with most racing shoes, these aren't the most durable option, but fulfill their purpose well and were reported to stand up to several races and training days and should last around 300 miles or so. These are extremely flexible, and users reported not feeling much if any resistance from the sole or upper at takeoff.

Stability

As these are one of the lightest shoes on our list, they don't offer a lot of additional stability to the user. For a shoe suitable for racing that does, check out the Adidas Neo Cloudfoam which is also on our list.

6. Mizuno Wave Hitogami

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
87.2
Mizuno Wave Hitogami
Comfort
90
Durability
85
Stability
82
Flexibility
93
Support
86
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Pros:

Good for racing and training

Support for over-pronators

Durable for race shoes

Comfortable

Cons:

A little heavier than some options

Hard to find in some locations

This option is a blend of this brand's Musha and Ronin shoes which are no longer in production. The company has done a good job of mixing the best attributes of those products into a single pair that is lightweight, responsive, and has features to help over-pronators.

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Comfort and Support

Users rated these as being comfortable for short to medium races, especially considering how light they are at 7.4 ounces. Features in the upper help to correct and support over-pronators so these are also a good option if that describes you.

Durability and Flexibility

These are more durable than most racing shoes which comes from being a bit heavier, but that also means you can get more value out of them and also makes them great for training. They aren't as flexible as other options on this list but are a good all-around option.

Stability

The graphics on the uppers actually perform the function of added support for over-pronators, making these one of the most stable options on our list.

7. UA SpeedForm Apollo 2

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
86.2
UA SpeedForm Apollo 2
Comfort
90
Durability
86
Stability
87
Flexibility
81
Support
87
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Pros:

Extremely lightweight

Dual layer cushioning

Innovative UA SpeedForm technology

Arch reinforcement construction for precise fit & foot guidance

Perforated upper with ultrasonic seal for durable breathability

Cons:

Runs a little small

If you have been looking for good shoes for racing, here we go with Under Armour SpeedForm Apollo 2. They will be perfect for road racing. This is the newest model. These shoes are said to be one of the greatest shoes from Under Armour. Let us show you the features.

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Comfort / Stability

This is a shoe for neutral runners so if you have problems with overpronation, this may be not a good idea to buy them. The shoes are very lightweight and that really helps you to boost your speed. There’s 8 mm heel to toe drop. As the midsole is dual-layer, there’s much more cushioning and this is what makes these shoes really comfortable. For more stability, there’s also additional protection for the arch. These have seamless construction so you can even wear them without socks. Lace-up closure makes it much easier to put them on and off.

Durability / Quality

Under Armour added additional rubber on the outsole so now the shoes are much more durable. However, there were some reviewers that that complained about the durability of these shoes. The sole is made from rubber so it’s also an advantage.

These have the typical look of racing shoes. They have a sleek silhouette which makes feet look nicer. The sporty look of these shoes is nice with a combination of the whole running outfit. There are many colors available on the market.

Cost or Value

The price is very reasonable. This is a high-quality shoe and it’s not expensive at the same time. Another great option that doesn't hurt your wallet.

8. Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
84.2
Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6
Comfort
90
Durability
78
Stability
85
Flexibility
85
Support
83
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Pros:

The fit is great, especially in the heel section

Lightweight

Comfortable

Cons:

You may encounter little problems with sizing

Fairly expensive

Winning a racing competition isn’t an easy thing, especially if you don’t have good shoes. That’s why we want to present Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6. These shoes will be best for running on the road. They are available in many sizes. Here we go!

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Comfort / Stability

These shoes have special Midsole Torsion System to provide your feet more stability. These shoes should be also more comfortable for those who have wide feet. The shoes are very lightweight so they will be great for tempo runs. These shoes have also great traction, you can easily run in them even if there’s a lot of water on the pavement. These shoes are for neutral runners so that’s not a good choice for people with overpronation. There’s a lot of cushioning in the midfoot. There’s special Microfit that helps the feet to stay in place.

Durability / Quality

Reviewers said that the outsole is very durable. These shoes are said to last for a very long time.
These shoes are great for those who love stylish shoes. There are available in different colors but we really like the classic look of Adidas shoes. The outsole is made out of a continental rubber that helps for stability, and grip during wet and slippery weather. These shoes are equipped with Adidas Boost which is very responsive to your steps making them for flexible and easier to run.

Cost or Value

When it comes to the price, these shoes aren’t the least expensive on our list. On average, the price is above 100 dollars so it may be a lot for some of you. On the other side, this is a high-quality shoe, made from very good materials and it makes your running much easier so why not to test it out?

9. Nike Flex RN 2018

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
82.8
Nike Flex RN 2018
Comfort
90
Durability
87
Stability
85
Flexibility
75
Support
77
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Pros:

Dynamic Flywire cables deliver a locked-down fit

Tri-star out-sole pattern enhances flexibility

Minimal heel design is made with soft foam

Secures the back of your foot while allowing natural movement

Cons:

Runs a little small

The Nike Flex RN 2018 replace the 2017 version of this popular racing shoe and are another excellent option for runners looking to improve their race times. These shoes increase your speed without sacrificing any comfort, flexibility, or durability.

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Comfort / Stability

The Flex RN has become a top choice among cross-country runners. They deliver an exceptional level of comfort and require a very short break in period. Their removable insole allows you to choose your level of comfort and flexibility as well as adequate arch support.

Durability / Quality

Over time Nike has improved the durability of these shoes, and they are now considered to be a long-lasting option for runners. The shoe's midsole utilizes EVA Foam Pellets and a rubber outsole to protect the shoe from wear and tear and prolong the overall life of the shoe.

Cost or Value

These shoes are affordable and offer a variety of styles and color options. For an affordable price, you can choose from a variety of colors so you can find one that matches you best.

10. Saucony Type A8

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
80.8
Saucony Type A8
Comfort
85
Durability
75
Stability
77
Flexibility
90
Support
77
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Pros:

IBR+ for cushioning and durability

Lightweight

Excellent shock absorption

Air mesh upper for breathability

Improves speed

Adequate cushioning

Proprietary overlays for additional durability, comfort, and flexibility

Affordable price

Cons:

Debris gets stuck in the shoe's drain holes

The Saucony Type A8 is the most current version in the Type A series. These Saucony running shoes are a lightweight, comfortable, and responsive option for runners specifically looking to improve their speed. These minimalistic shoes will help you crush your PR's and reach the running goals you set for yourself.

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Comfort / Stability

These shoes provide runners with a glove-like fit and follow the natural stride of your foot. These shoes feature super lightweight FLEXFILM overlays on a mesh upper, an SSL (Saucony Super Lite) EVA midsole and PWRTRAC outsole. These patented Saucony materials will help to improve your reaction time and overall race time-without having to sacrifice an ounce of comfort. These shoes also provide sufficient cushioning to provide adequate comfort, without sacrificing their lightweight property.

Durability / Quality

Since these shoes are designed for short distance racing, some of the durable features were sacrificed in order to increase the runner's speed. However, the unique SSL EVA and PwrTrac outsole provide the shoe with the maximum durability without having to sacrifice speed or comfort.

Cost or Value

These shoes are at a mid-range price and are definitely worth the cost if you are looking for a shoe that will significantly improve your race times.

Criteria Used for Evaluation

Comfort

Comfort is one of the top priorities for runners when looking for new shoes. You want to be sure that whatever pair accompanies you on race day will be able to keep up with you no matter where you place. You’ll want shoes that have well-cushioned insoles or even removable insoles so you can add inserts that will provide the most comfort. Some padded collars will offer good support while others will be awkward or cause too much friction. There are plenty of factors that go into how comfortable your shoes are and it can be very individualized and preferential. It’s always a good idea to try running in a pair of race shoes before you expect them to perform in an actual race, just to get an idea of how comfortable (or uncomfortable) they are and if you need to adjust or maybe just ditch them altogether.

Support

Some prefer more supportive shoes than others, but there are still important basics of support that every racing running shoe should have to be efficient. Arch and heel support, a snug fit, and good midsole cushioning are all necessary for stability and comfort. Watch out for shoes that are lacking support–flimsy or loose shoes could spell out an accident for runners.

Durability

Typically, runners want shoes that will last more than one or 2 good runs. The average running shoe lasts between 400 and 600 miles. There plenty of qualities a shoe might have or lack that will extend its life, like quality uppers, sturdy rubber soles, and well-cushioned insoles. The life of your shoes can also be lengthened depending on how you care for them, so it’s important to find shoes that will be easy to care for and have quick dry material or a waterproof finish.

Flexibility

Running with a stiff shoe isn’t very fun and flexibility can be key to speed runners on race day. You want a shoe with support, but that also has enough give that you won’t be restricted. Natural movement will help you propel yourself forward without overthinking and won’t leave your joints and muscles stiff and hurting the day after a race.

Stability

Just as important as flexibility when picking out a good pair of running shoes before a race is its stability. There's a very careful balance that needs to be struck between these two attributes. On one hand, a shoe that offers too much flexibility without enough stability will fail to provide the necessary level of control for the runner, resulting in a higher likelihood of injury. On the other hand, a shoe that is too stable and lacks flexibility will not allow the runner to move efficiently or comfortably. Therefore, stability must be considered equal to flexibility.

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Find The Right Size

If you haven't checked your shoe size in a while, it's a good idea to get a measurement before purchasing another pair. Many of the manufacturers who create the running shoes listed above offer size charts to provide accurate guidelines on proper measurements. However, the best way to ensure an accurate assessment of your shoe size is to talk to someone at a footwear or sporting goods store.

Consider Orthotics

Any running event that is grueling and requires the participant's endurance to be tested is likely to introduce the risk of running injury, especially for any runners who have previously suffered from one. For that reason, you may want to consider investing in a pair of inserts designed to handle the stress that might otherwise lead to these injuries. Some popular and effective ones are available that can help to prevent plantar fasciitis or shin splints.

Other Factors to Consider

Value

Cost and efficiency do not always go hand in hand. You want to be able to strike a balance between budget and quality. High-cost shoes don’t necessarily mean better quality but generally, you’ll have to spend a little more to get something that will perform well and last. The best racing running shoes will have lots of beneficial features while being reasonably affordable. The more value you’ll get out of a pair of shoes the more the cost might be worth it.

Style

While style is definitely a personal preference and not a priority when it comes to racing running shoes it can still be important to have plenty of choices and the opportunity to invest in something that has personality. Some shoes will have more color options than others, some will come in solid neutrals, and some might even have a variety of patterns. Some brands will have several pairs of quality running shoes that all have different logo placement and size which might be appealing if brand loyalty is important to you or if you prefer not to endorse any specific brand while you’re trying to focus on your run. It’s all up to you but it’s definitely something we still take into account when reviewing shoes.

Frequently Asked Questions

q: Is it okay to wear my brand new pair of racing running shoes to a race?
a:

You may have bought these shoes specifically for your race, but it’s always a good idea to break them in a little before you wear them on the big day. You may not be aware of all the quirks of the shoe until you spend some time actually running in them and it’s better to be prepared and able to make adjustments than be stuck in misery on the day that matters.

q: I got some new advice about running, is it okay to try it out on race day?
a:

Just like new running gear, it’s a bad idea to try out new advice on the day of the race. You want to be able to see what works for you and make adjustments so you can run and feel your best. Take some time to try out any new tips or advice during your regular workouts and routines so you know what works and what doesn’t. That way you’ll be running at your best during your race.

q: What’s the deal with carbs?
a:

The best way to get energy is through carbs. You should graze on them throughout the day for best results during your race.

q: What do you do if your shoelaces come untied during the race?
a:

You can look up techniques on how to tie your shoes so they never come undone, or use locks for your laces, but you should always have a plan for what you will do if they come undone. Make sure you move to the side so you don’t get injured or injure others when you have to stop and tie them.

q: When should your last full meal be before a race?
a:

Typically, your last full meal should be around 2-4 hours before the race. You can snack on foods such as carbohydrates to keep your energy up, and energy gels during the race to keep you going.

q: I read that I should stay off my feet the day before the race, is this true?
a:

While you do want to try and relax before the big day, you don’t want to become a complete couch potato. Make sure you get some exercise the day before.

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