Should Running Shoes Be Tight Or Loose. Well, I'm Jesse Funk and on today's episode of Runner's High, we're going to talk about shoe fit and whether your running shoes shouldn't be tight or should be loose. If you haven't watched any of my other shoe videos on the channel, hit that subscribe button, bottom right-hand corner there, and then go check those out here in a minute.
It should hold the rear of the foot firmly, to stop it from slipping, and provide enough room at the front for the toes to move freely. You don't want the shoe to be slipping on your foot. Barefoot shoes should fit like a glove.
Well, I'm Jesse Funk and on today's episode of Runner's High, we're going to talk about shoe fit and whether your running shoes shouldn't be tight or should be loose.
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Running shoes that are too tight lead to blisters and toe pain, while shoes that are too loose cause your foot to slip around leading to ankle or knee injuries. Not Too Tight, Not Too Loose: Your Go-To Guide for Perfectly Fitting Running Shoes Do yourself a favor and learn how running shoes should (actually!) fit. While standing, check for proper length and width by pressing your thumb down next to the ball of your foot and around the toes.