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What are your hours?
We are open seven days a week: Monday through Saturday, 10am – 8pm. Sunday we are open from 10am-6pm. If these hours are not convenient for you, feel free to call Dave personally at the store and he will arrange a time for you to meet with one of our knowledgeable sales associates at a time that is convenient for you.
What type of footwear do you carry?
We carry shoes for the following sports: Running, Walking, Track and Field, Wrestling, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Cheerleading, Cross Training, Tennis and Sandals.
Do you provide gait and biomechanical analysis?
Yes. Our highly trained staff provides this service for every customer, free of charge. We also offer a digital foot scan on our Aetrex machine that gives us an image of pressure points, arch length, arch height, center of balance and sizing information. This machine also fits you for orthotics.
Do I need to make an appointment for gait and biomechanical analysis?
No. We are always available to offer an analysis, and a trained member of the staff will always be present. Sometimes the store holds events, for this reason we invite you to call ahead.
Do you carry inserts or orthotics?
The store carries Spenco over the counter inserts and Aetrex pre-fit orthotics. The staff can assist you in picking out which type will work best for your needs. A digital foot scan is necessary to fit you for Aetrex orthotics.
How much should I expect to spend on a pair of running shoes?
A decent pair of running shoes will range from $100 to $160. We also offer a fair selection of clearance items.
I am a beginning runner. Can you help me get started?
Yes. Our trained and knowledgeable staff can assist you in finding the right tools to start your journey. We will assess your gait for the right sneaker and guide you through the best running apparel and injury prevention tools out there. We are also happy to connect you with one of the many running clubs in the area.
Do you take old sneakers?
We are a MORE Foundation Group drop off center. We ask that all donations be gently used athletic and soccer shoes only. Also, due to space restraints we can only take 6 pairs at a time.
How long should a pair of sneakers last?
It all depends on the type of activities you are participating in. A shoe will typically last between 300 and 500 miles. Depending on the type of runner you are, that could mean only three months. If you’re wearing the shoes to the gym for other activities, they can typically last 6 months up to a year.
As shoes get worn, the midsole components compress and the shoe becomes firm losing its shock attenuation. An individual may feel the loss of shock attenuation in various joints. We recommend purchasing a new pair of shoes before this happens.
How do I know I need a new pair of shoes?
If the tread on the bottom of your shoes is worn down, it may be time for a new pair of shoes. Another way of being able to tell is if your feet and joints start bothering you – at this point the cushion of the shoe has probably been so compressed that it no longer provides the cushion it once provided. Just be aware that not all shoes breakdown the same way, the tread could look great, but the midsole has broken down.
Which brand or shoe is the best?
Every brand of shoe is built with a different technology and every foot responds differently to each type. We carry shoes for all feet types: neutral, moderate stability through motion control, light weight trainers, racers, etc.
The best way to know what brand and shoe is right for you is to have our highly trained and skilled staff analyze your gait and recommend several shoes for you to try on and choose from.
What are your driving range hours?
The driving range hours are the same as the store hours and open all year long. With the middle ten bays heated and enclosed you can enjoy hitting balls in the rain and yes, even into the snow.