Latest Running Trainer Reviews

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The photo above shows a picture of me (on the right) and my brother my new Nike running trainers at the top of Goat Fell on the beautiful Isle of Arran in July 2014. It’s not the usual weather for Scotland, but it was 29 degrees centigrade that day and without the correct footwear, I don’t think I would have made it and not forgetting the bottled water 🙂

Whether you’re a fan of walking, running or climbing or a mixture of all three, there are a wide and varied selection of footwear to choose from. When I go walking or climbing I tend to you good quality running shoes which have a decent layer of sponge and good grips. Others tend to opt for more terrain footwear like hiking boots, but I personally think you lose the feeling on walking on the ground and it can feel quite surreal.

Ask yourself this, do you think Usain Bolt could run the 100m in under 9.80 without modern day footwear or Serena Williams still winning major tournaments at 35+ years of age without the appropriate footwear? I think not!


The great thing for anyone who loves the outdoors is that, there are plenty of training shoes and boots to choose from, as all of the leading companies are climbing over one and other for your business. There are an excellent variety of different styles, shapes, sizes, design, prices and comfort to choose from and you’ll never be stuck for choice in this particular marketplace.

  • Adidas
  • Asics
  • Brooks
  • Hi-Tech
  • Mizuno
  • New Balance
  • Nike
  • Salomon

Usually if people are keen cyclists they’ll go for a decent pair of running shoes and one’s which have grips that are suitable for pedals. If you’re running at a gym or outside for fitness then, you’ll probably go for a pair of running trainers which has a good amount of sponge in order to give you the necessary shock absorption to protect your calf muscles and knee joints. Part of the dilemma usually exists with ramblers or hill-walkers, as they don’t think that running shoes are appropriate for different terrain, but I beg to differ! I think either option is suitable it just depends on your preference, but what I would say, however, is that it should be a good quality pair and what which will give you comfort and grip for the journey ahead.

Your feet are the slaves for the rest of your body and take all of the strain when you’re walking or running about, so make a wise investment in your footwear and one which is right for your own needs.

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