Women's Running Shoes

Find here all the women's sports shoes dedicated to running. You will find here all the Asics running shoes, adidas running shoes, Nike running shoes, but also Mizuno - Saucony - New Balance - Under Armour.

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On Direct-Running you can find a wide selection of the best women's running shoes. However, before you throw yourself on your favourite pair of Nike running shoes, or your Asics running shoes, it is important to choose your pair carefully. Are you lost and don't know where to start? Don't move, we'll explain everything to you.

How do you choose your running shoes?

Choosing the right running shoes is a key element in the practice of all sports, and running is no exception. Indeed, it will allow you firstly to reduce the risk of injury, and secondly to increase your performance tenfold and therefore keep your motivation unfailing! There are several important factors to take into account when choosing your running shoes: your training frequency, your physique, the shape of your trainers, the shape of your feet and your type of stride.

Choosing your running shoes according to your style of stride

But why is knowing your stride style so important? A lot of novice riders rightly ask themselves this question. And yet. However, you should know that on average, every 100m you do 80 strides... I leave it to you to calculate the number of strides you will take when you run 2km, 5km, for your first 10km, your first half, your very first marathon. There are three types of stride: the universal stride, the supinatrice stride and finally the pronatrice stride. But then, how do you know what your stride is? Come on, we're being nice, we'll give you the Direct-Running team's tip: Take your oldest running shoes, and look...at the wear marks.

Universal Stride

If you have a universal stride, then you're like 45% of joggers, and you'll see that your old Asics running shoes are more worn on their central parts. You won't have too much trouble finding the right shoe for your foot as most shoes are designed for universal strides.

Supinatrice stride

If you have a Supinatrice stride, then you are part of a much more closed circle of runners. Indeed, only 10% of the runners are like you. How can you tell? Check and observe that it is the outer part of your Saucony running shoe that is damaged the fastest. You can therefore turn to the Asics Gel-Nimbus running shoes, which are perfectly suited to this style of running.

Pronounced stride

If you have a pronating stride, then you've got it, you're part of a group made up of 45% of the runners. And this time it is the inside of your women's running shoes that is damaged. The Asics Gel-Kayano shoes will make you happy.

Choose your running shoes according to the brand?

Many brands offer women's running shoes today. Whether it is Nike running with its Air Zoom Pegasus 37, adidas with its Ultraboost, or the Japanese equipment manufacturer Asics with its emblematic Gel-Kayano or Gel-Nimbus, you will inevitably find a suitable running shoe. Whether you're looking for a comfortable sports shoe, or one with a high level of cushioning, Direct-Running has the right equipment for you. You can find out more about each brand and their women's basketball models directly on the brand sheets.