Poignant message from Running Network

Check out what Running Network’s Footwear Reviewer has to say for 2012 Fall Shoe Review.

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A look across the landscape of running shoes for Fall 2012 reveals more product diversity than in any season of the past decade. The potential for confusion points to the need for education, and we cannot stress this message enough: Runners need to know what their feet are like and get the shoes that meet those needs.

Further, this knowledge is not static. Rather, it’s a constantly changing equation where changes in fitness, injuries, aging, and weight gain/loss among other things, reposition where you are on the running continuum. You must monitor the role your shoes play in that equation.

– Cregg Weinmann, Running Network Footwear Reviewer

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We at Brooks Malaysia couldn’t agree more. There is a strong need for education among Malaysian runners. As the  running landscape evolves in our local scene, runners will need to be more information and tech savvy, when it comes to their shoes. Brooks Malaysia propagates that awareness with a passion.

The average Malaysian does not know his or her foot type, pronation or running gait. Physical factors and other needs vary from individual to individual. And it is not everyday that we can walk into a shoe shop and find competent consultants that can guide customers in the right direction.

Do feel free to contact our Brooks Consultant to tap into our expertise. Delivery, as well as all our value added services are free! A special discount also applies in the event of a purchase. Find out more about our Consultation Services here.

Stay tuned to find out which shoe won Running Network’s Best Neutral Shoe Award for 2012.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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