Tips To Buy A Right Pair Of Shoes People mostly prefer walking and running shoes at discounts at sporting-goods or family-footwear shops. The salesperson working in the shop is the seasoned clerk who answers all your queries and supports you to find the right model of shoe pair based on your walking and workout style. In recent days the shoe manufacturers offer ‘minimalist shoe’ with thinner soles, less cushioning and huge flexibility than the traditional athletic shoes. Though the shoe contains only a little amount of protection, it makes you walk and run without any limitations. You must prefer to buy the comfortable arch support shoes. The arch supports help to minimize your pronation problems. You must choose the different types of shoes based on your pronation problems and there exists different shoe for overpronating and under pronate problems. You must understand your problem and make your purchase depending on it. Wearing a wrong shoe makes your problem even worse. The shoes have a greater responsibility to provide when you walk and run. It must bear up your overall weight and grip when you walk or run. You must follow the below guide when shopping for the traditional shoe model. The shoes available in shops are suitable for all type of gait. If you motion control, overpronate, roll inward a lot then you must buy a shoe that overcomes such problems. A cushioning shoe with shock absorption is the best option if you mostly land on the ground using outside edge or over-supinate. A person with overpronating must pick a low arch shoe whereas under pronators must buy high arch shoes. You can even buy your existing shoe when shopping thereby the salesperson considers it as a model to recommend a new right one. You must stay fit enough when buying the athletic shoe. Being unfit cause you inconvenience and fatigue and also joint and foot problems. It is responsible for motion control and sometimes reduces the effect of cushioning. The best time to buy a new shoe is either afternoon or evening and you must strictly avoid the morning time. The main reason behind this is your foot expands in the course of the day where buying a right fit cause you discomfort while walking and running. You should test the shoe you have in mind before buying. Buying it without trying is equal to buying a car without test-driving. You can wear the new shoe and walk for a short distance within the shop or climb the upstairs. You must check whether you are comfortable in the shoe while walking or running. You must choose a seller who has a return back policy. At times, there are possibilities of remaining unfit even after the testing process the seller must willing to take the shoe back or replace it with a new one. You still feel discomfort with your new shoes then you can try the custom-made shoes or orthotics since orthotics is expensive and also less cushioning. You should try different shoes like stability, neutral and cushioning to find whether your problem has reduced.