How to keep your laces tight, pick the right shoes, and more, from the Runner’s World test editors.
There isn’t a single shoe you can buy that’s perfect for all conditions and workouts. On long runs, wear a cushioned trainer for support. On race day, break out those racing flats. —Amanda Furrer
Gray shoes are perceived as heavy. Shoes without black rubber are perceived as having bad traction. Point? Don’t judge a shoe based on its looks.—Jeff Dengate
You CAN run on a trail with a road shoe. Dirty shoes are your friend.—Derek Call