Before you buy,
here some tips how to choose right shoes:
of right size
Most shoes these days don't stretch and feet don't shrink (they
actually get bigger with age). If after your first workout your
toe nails hurt, feet cramp, or if you get excessive blisters,
there is something wrong with the fit of the shoe. First try
adjusting the laces and changing sock types. If this doesn't
solve the problem, return the shoe to us and we'll gladly send
you a better fitting pair.
exciting to get new shoes, but don't go crazy
We know the first thing you want to do when you get your new
shoes is take them out for a long ride. But remember, it's going
to take a little time for your feet and shoes to get to know
each other. Take it easy for a couple of workouts and you'll
prevent blisters and other unwanted aches.
Don't get shoes that are too small
Most of the shoes in the catalog (and on this site) fit true
to size. You'll notice that we have indicated the fit of each
shoe to help you pick the best size. If you are not sure about
your size or if you are in between sizes, select a half size
bigger. There is nothing worst than shoes that are too tight!
If the shoe is a little big, you can always wear padded socks
or insert an insole to make for a tighter fit.
Comfort for your feet first and style
The impact that affects your neck, back, hips, knees, and ankles
starts at your feet. Depending on how much you work out, you
should purchase new shoes every 4-8 months for maximum cushioning.
You can further reduce impact by using padded socks and/or a