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A brief introduction to running shoes
- May 05, 2017 -

According to the needs of biomechanics, running shoes can be divided into three categories: providing damping, providing stability and providing motion control.

To provide shock-absorbing running shoes, usually with a softer sandwich sole, auxiliary foot in motion evenly force, to help the foot shock absorber. The shoe body is usually lighter and the stability is relatively poor.

A stable running shoe, usually with a homogeneous pillar or inner sandwich structure.

Running shoes, which provide exercise control, are usually harder to reduce or control excessive turnover in the foot, preventing ankle injuries, and the weight of this running shoe is usually heavier than other runners.