Bring Runners Choice shoes that you use today along with socks and insoles. When looking for a new pair of running shoes, you should bring the shoes, socks or soles that you currently use as this will help the shop assistant to find out your needs and help you to choose the right shoes for you.
The shop assistant will probably review the pattern of wearing your old boots to confirm your running style. For example, if most usage patterns are on the inner edge, this means you tend to overpronate when running. Overpronators usually require stability (stable) or motion control (movement control) boots.
You should wear socks and soles that you normally use when trying on new shoes to avoid the risk of buying shoes that feel right at the store but it’s a bit narrow when you start using them to run.
You should wear the clothes you normally wear when running while hunting new running shoes so you will feel comfortable when running on a treadmill or run as many rounds around the store to test the shoes to be purchased. Do not look for running shoes while you are wearing office suits or flip-flops without socks.
Do not shop early in the day. Many people make the mistake of buying running shoes in the morning because the feet usually swell with the passing of the day.
Because of swelling, shoes that feel right in the morning may not feel comfortable at night. Therefore, try shopping after 4 pm because after this hour your feet will usually not be so swollen again.
This is important because the foot is also swollen when we run, so you have to buy shoes that feel comfortable when the sole of the foot is on the largest size