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We offer many different brands of sneakers and apparel…


Shoes: Asics, Brooks, New Balance, Saucony and Hoka One One.

(See below for advice on what type will work best for you!)

Apparel:Asics, Brooks, New Balance

Socks: Balega, Feetures, Brooks, Swiftwick, Thorlos, Wigwam

Other: Speedo Goggles & Caps, Spenco, Superfeet, CurrexSole, Tifosi Sunglasses, Bodyglide, Sunglasses, Timex Ironman Watches, Nathan Hydration Products

High Arch 

As you step, you leave an imprint showing a narrow band connecting the forefoot to the heel. If you have a curved high-arched foot you SUPINATE. You need “cushioned” shoes to decrease the shock to your body when you run.

Recommended shoes:

  • Hoka One One Clifton
  • Hoka One One Cavu
  • Asics Cumulus
  • Asics Nimbus
  • Brooks Ghost
  • Brooks Glycerin
  • New Balance 880
  • Saucony Ride
  • Saucony Triumph
  • Light shoes: Saucony Kinvara, Hoka One One Cavu , New Balance Zante

Low Arch

As you step, you leave an imprint that has a flare but shows the forefoot and heel connected by a wide band. Your foot rolls inward as the foot progresses toward toe-off which means you PRONATE.

Recommended shoes:

  • Asics 1000
  • Asics 2000
  • Asics Kayano
  • Brooks Adrenaline
  • Brooks Ravenna
  • Brooks Transcend
  • Hoka One One Gaviota
  • New Balance 860
  • Saucony Guide
  • Saucony Hurricane
  • Saucony Omni

Flat Arch 

As you step, you leave a nearly complete footprint because of your low (or fallen) arch. You strike on the outside heel and excessively roll-in.

Recommended shoes:

  • Asics Foundation
  • Brooks Addiction
  • Brooks Beast/Ariel