Whether you’re a marathoner or more of a walk-around-the-block type, the sneakers you’re wearing can make a huge difference. Pronation, high arches or flat feet can all determine what kind of shoe is best for you.
Not sure where to start? We consulted David Siik, running expert and creator of Precision Running at Equinox. His pro tip: “Don’t overthink it. If you have not been diagnosed with a foot specific foot condition, then don’t try to invent one.” Instead, visit a local running store and try on a minimum of three different types of shoes to find which one feels most comfortable. Chances are, that’s the perfect shoe for you. If you do know your foot shape and preference, then look no further. Here are the best running sneakers for every type of foot.