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Shoe Type
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Terrain
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Your Goal
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Running Style
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Size
Find your perfect shoe

Find your perfect running shoe with the Sweatshop Running shoe finder.
It will identify the right running shoe for your workout. Whether you're training for a marathon or running just for fun, we'll match you with the perfect level of support for your training goals.

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Shoe type
What type of running shoes do you use?

The main factor in choosing the right running shoes is often determined by size but it is important to remember that everyone has their own, unique running style. Running shoes are often defined as men's or women's to take into account factors such as body size, height, weight and various biomechanics to enhance comfort and reduce injury risk.

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Terrain
Which surface do you run on most??

Different running shoes perform differently across various surfaces so it's important to consider what terrain you'll be running across, to get the best performance, comfort and injury protection from your shoes. Running shoes can generally fall into one of two categories - road/indoor and off-road trail. The majority of runners begin on tarmac as it's the most easily accessable surface from your front door. Road running shoes tned to be characterised by the streamlined design and contain many performance features aimed at achieving your PB. Trail shoes focus on suprme grip and protection for your feet as your run across uneven and off-road terrains, which can range from woodlands and fields to coastal paths.

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Your Goal
What is your running goal?

Whether it's for health benefits, to complete your first marathon or to achieve a new personal best - everyone has a personal reason for running. Enjoy your running whatever distance you're covering.

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Running Style
What's your running preference?

Neutral (Cushioned) - The style of a neutral pronator’s foot is that it lands on its outer edge and then rolls inwards. Contact is spread around the arches of the foot, keeping the knee and hip aligned, before pushing off into the next stride. A neutral running gait is one of the most common types of running style.

The best running shoes for a neutral running are cushioned shoes.

Overpronation (Support) - The running style of the Overpronating runner is that as the foot lands, the ankle rolls inwards in an excessive manner. This can cause overpronation pain and is associated with a wide range of common injuries in the foot, knee and even in the back.

The best running shoes for overpronation are supportive running shoes.

Running Style
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Size
Your shoe size

Choose your running shoe size. It's worth noting that different brands can vary in size and if you are choosing trails shoes then these might be work with thicker socks and so you should consider going up a half or full size.

Finished

Thank you for your answers.

We'll now search for your most suitable running shoes based on your answers supplied. Happy running!