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best neutral running trainers?

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Oct 2013
12:36pm, 28 Oct 2013
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Paulina
Which shall i buy? I am looking at Brooks Glycerin atm xx
Oct 2013
12:49pm, 28 Oct 2013
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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
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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
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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
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.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
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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
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GregP
Big vote for Brooks Glycerine - had 9s now jumped straight to 11s. Super shoes.

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