Can you really have too many shoes? I say no but I am guessing my husband would beg to differ. I have changed my running shoe selections a few times over the years and written about them before. Today, I am sharing my current faves for running, gym days and recovery. This post may contain affiliate links.
Can you really have too many shoes?
My current go to running shoes are Brooks Glycerins. As someone who has had foot issues in the past, I love the extra cushioning they offer. Admittedly, I do often buy shoes based on color and sometimes when I see a new color has come out, I stock up. I ran in stability shoes for years and now believe a neutral shoe suits me better. Currently, I am alternating between these 2 pairs but I am due for a new pair. I am coveting this “fig” color. Seriously I have issues. I have to give a shoutout to our local Road Runner Sports store as they give our running group an extra 10% discount. Helps to fuel the shoe addiction!
I like to keep one pair of cross training shoes only for gym workouts. These Adidas Edge Lux are fashionable and sturdy. They get me through strength training and kick boxing each week. The crisp white color matches everything and has managed to stay pretty clean so far.
It’s important to give our feet some love after they run all the miles and hit the gym. My favorite recovery shoes in the summer time are Oofos. I don’t do well walking around the house barefoot consequently, you will usually find me wearing these OOlala sandals around. I love all the new colors that have come out this year.