best neutral running trainers?

1 watcher
Oct 2013
12:36pm, 28 Oct 2013
13 posts
  •  
  • 0
Paulina
Which shall i buy? I am looking at Brooks Glycerin atm xx
Oct 2013
12:49pm, 28 Oct 2013
5603 posts
  •  
  • 0
lammo
I run in Nike Pegasus, good for me.

Although i've never run in anything other than Nikes.
Oct 2013
12:50pm, 28 Oct 2013
4705 posts
  •  
  • 0
bigleggy
Another vote for pegasus here too . Tried others but always seem to end up back with a pair of pegs
Oct 2013
12:57pm, 28 Oct 2013
1531 posts
  •  
  • 0
annadav
I found the Brooks Glycerin a bit on the small side so maybe order 2 sizes if buying online.
.B.
Oct 2013
1:01pm, 28 Oct 2013
7110 posts
  •  
  • 0
.B.
Best to go to a local running shop if you can to try some on and have a little run in each, the brands can be really different fits and there is usually one that will suit you better. I like Saucony best though have used Brooks too, Nike don't suit me.
Oct 2013
1:22pm, 28 Oct 2013
1344 posts
  •  
  • 0
Old Man
Ditto .B. Pop along to your local running shop, you really need to have your gait analysed to ensure you get the right shoe. Mizuno Wave Riders are a good neutral shoe with very little support
Oct 2013
1:31pm, 28 Oct 2013
70495 posts
  •  
  • 0
GregP
Big vote for Brooks Glycerine - had 9s now jumped straight to 11s. Super shoes.

Got something to say?

To join the discussion, sign in or join us.

About This Thread

Maintained by fetcheveryone
Which shall i buy? I am looking at Brooks Glycerin atm xx

Related Threads

  • shoes

Heart Rate Analysis

See your heart rate training data from the last 12 months broken down in technicolour.

Flat as a pancake?

We've collected thousands of your reviews from events, and worked out which races give you the best chance of a fast time!

UTMOST

Beat your league rivals to gain weekly promotion. Compete at every distance from a mile to a marathon.

Marathon Prediction

We delve deeper to give you greater insights when working out your goal marathon time.


Back To Top
X

Free training & racing tools for runners, cyclists, swimmers & walkers.

Fetcheveryone lets you analyse your training, find races, plot routes, chat in our forum, get advice, play games - and more! Nothing is behind a paywall, and it'll stay that way thanks to our awesome community!
Get Started
Click here to join 108,778 Fetchies!
Already a Fetchie? Sign in here