Running shoes – where to buy?

Even if it’s already a middle of a training/racing season, question where to buy running shoes is still rather frequent. From my personal experience (unfortunately :) I’m not affiliated with any of online shops listed below, however I was a customer of all of them at some point of the time), if you’re living in Europe, it’s worth checking following links:

And if you’re not sure what running shoes you would like to buy, RunRepeat is a very good place to start – those guys gathered loads of info, and you can find aggregated opinions not just  about running shoes (both road and trail), but even sneakers and shoes for other kinds of sport.

If you have some shops to add, please feel free to do that in your comments.

Boston marathon, 2018 AD

Boston Marathon 2018 Finisher MedalI won’t be bothering you with a long story on how I wished to qualify Boston, how much did I train for running sub-3:00 etc. It’s enough for you to know that if you would like to run the Boston Marathon, you must run an AIMS certified marathon (even such a small country as mine has two of them) and your time should be somewhat 5 minutes faster than the age group requirement. Unfortunately, if you will barely fit your age group time, most probably you won’t make it; Boston Marathon in 2018 required to run around 3 minutes faster than a time required for qualification.

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