How to choose sneakers

Unfortunately, the ideal shoe for all occasions do not exist, so before you buy it is important to decide exactly how you plan to spend time in them. On what types of shoes are, how they differ and how to select the best – be discussed in our material.

Running shoes. Basic requirements – lightness, breathability, good shock absorption. Cross model – the lightest. They differ from other types of sneakers rigid heel part and a flexible toe.

An important factor – the depreciation model. The running shoe for cushioning responds layer between the top and bottom of the foot, often in this role acts as silicone gel.

The running shoe foot should be firmly fixed in the heel, do not move and did not squeezed inside the shoe, so as not to feel uncomfortable.

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Fitness trainers. Basic requirements – lightness, breathability, cushioning, good fixation.

Sneakers for fitness above the cross, they are rigidly fixed ankle. This requirement is especially important to practice step aerobics, as it is the most traumatic.

Typically, the shoe sock for fitness wider heel, this provides stability and good adhesion to the floor.

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Shoes for tennis. Feature models of tennis – the stability and support in lateral movements, wear-resistant outsole.

The game of tennis is held on the court, so the sole in such models is also very important. It has a pattern that specifies which court surface designed shoes – grass, earth, synthetics.

In tennis shoes wide sole and a powerful backdrop to the “turning point” technology. This nuance makes it clear sole ground resistance when cornering.

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Running shoes for dancing. These shoes should be light, flexible, uncluttered, soft and comfortable. Model variants – Jazz, sneakers, ballet flats. Running shoes for dancing should allow the maximum pulling the foot.

Toe and heel in such shoes are separated from each other, which allows to keep the stack and not to restrict movement.

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Sneakers for basketball. These models are the highest and most difficult. Basketball shoes should very well to fix the foot, and in the high models also ankle.

Particular attention in the manufacture of basketball models given depreciation, as the basketball – a sport in which players have to do high jumps.

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Sneakers for football. These models are the least resemble the classic sneakers. Their main difference – the spikes on the sole, which can be different – to play on artificial turf, gravel or futsal:

sneakers with small spikes are designed for artificial turf;
with large – for earth field;
smooth sole – excellent choice for the gym.
Football shoes have to be particularly strong, they usually have a leather upper, stitched toe, they are short and very light.

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Shoes for boxing. Shoes for boxing – they are also boxers – high heeled shoes for training in the ring. Boxers must firmly fix the leg, but not too put pressure not to pinch the blood flow to the foot.

Modern running shoes for boxing made of composite materials: nylon mesh, microfiber, suede and leather. The sole is usually rubber to prevent slipping.

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Sneakers for the fight. Sneakers to fight – they are wrestling – special footwear that is worn on the fighters during sparring in sambo, wrestling, melee.

Outwardly, they look like boxers, but because in the struggle not only legs come into contact with the legs opponent, but also to other parts of his body, these shoes should definitely be soft, not hard and protruding elements of plastic or metal.

Sole in the Sambo grippy, non-slip, to the fighter felt more confident in the rack, the top is made entirely of soft material, bone to cover the ankle leather lining and seams are well sealed inside.

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Veloobuv. This is the most underrated element gear cyclist. Such models are very stiff soles made of plastic or carbon fiber. Last stiffer and lighter, better conveys the pedal effort.

Rigid clutch pedal ensures a secure fit: the foot does not slip and is in the anatomically correct position. Choosing veloobuv, remember that the model must match exactly the size and block, so careful fitting – a prerequisite of successful purchase.

Velotufli are for travel, road or MTB pedals, they differ in the number of holes in the soles of their location and the amount of tread. Different brands of different tightening system, the main four of them: Velcro or ratchet Buckley, BOA or monofilament and laces.

Velcro – lightweight and convenient option, but they are no longer stick to the time. With Buckley or ratchet can adjust the tightness and inflexibility of fixation and allows the fishing line to do it on the go, at the same time she is the smallest adjustment step.

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Shoes for everyday wear. Since most manufactured shoes are designed for a specific sport, the manufacturers began to produce special editions for the city and everyday wear.

These shoes should be not only beautiful, but also quality, comfortable, natural or artificial high “breathing” materials.

When you purchase do not forget to pay attention to the presence of orthopedic inserts and elements that qualitatively support leg in motion.

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Checklist for choosing running shoes.

There are some simple and useful rules, how to choose comfortable shoes:

1. Try on shoes is best in the evening, as the day the leg swells and in the evening it becomes a little more, and even a millimeter in this case plays a big role.

2. Always try on shoes on both feet, since there is always a minimal difference in the amount of both feet.

3. Trying shoes, fasten all the buckles, zippers, tie shoelaces, walk around the store and listen to their feelings. You should be comfortable and convenient.

4. When fitting thick socks can pick up half a size and thin – a quarter. Put on fitting socks, which will be engaged.

5. The insole shall be removable, so they can be removed and dried, and under them must be joints, not smooth cardboard (tissue) surface.

We hope that with the help of our tips you will be able to pick up these sneakers that will not only engage in sports for fun, but also will save from possible injury.

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