but running shoes will typically last between four
and six months for runners who log an average of 20 miles a week.
Men's running shoes are designed to be versatile enough for the gym,
road running, and casual activity, but overusing them
on track or trail can shorten their lifespan.
These are tough surfaces that require specific materials
and construction that you don't usually see in a typical running shoe.
If you like to alternate your running routes between terrain,
you might consider getting a dedicated pair of trail running shoes
or track shoes instead. This way, you can make sure that you'
re using each pair on its intended terrain. Cleaning and drying
your running shoes is also important to lengthening their lifespan.
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