High- and low-arched runners cushion their foot landings differently. The “Wet Test,” in which you assess the shape of your wet footprint to determine if you have high or low arches, has somewhat fallen out of fashion in running circles in recent years. It used to be that people with low arches were assumed to […]
Written By: Matt Allyn, with research by Amy GorinPhotography by: Cheryl Seligman (illustrations)
Six features to look for in your next running shoe, along with five shoe-buying mistakes that you must avoid.