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  The Hoka One One Clifton 1, $130 at Fleet Feet (Capitol Hill), combines a light weight with plenty of cushioning. (Hoka One One)

  The Hoka One One Clifton 1, $130 at Fleet Feet (Capitol Hill), combines a light weight with plenty of cushioning. (Hoka One One)

  Minimalism and arch analysis are out — here's the best way to buy running shoes now.

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  By Amby Burfoot

  The Washington post

  Choosing the right running shoe has never been easy. There are so many shoe companies and so many models, each touting various high-tech features. How is a buyer supposed to make the smartest choice?

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  Fortunately — almost amazingly — . You don’t need a computer algorithm. You’ll probably fare best by trusting your sense of feel.

  Forget minimalism

  A few years ago, “minimalist shoes,” designed to mimic barefoot running, were all the rage. The theory might have been good, but the results weren’t. “To borrow from Winston Churchill, never has so much damage been done to so many by such little shoes,” Washington podiatrist Stephen pribut says.

  In particular, many runners suffered forefoot pains and sometimes stress fractures because of the lack of cushioning. Others complained of calf strains and Achilles tendinitis.

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  A backlash followed quickly, and so did a new approach among shoe companies. As they brought back thick cushioning, they also abandoned bulky devices intended to increase motion control. “As a sort of minimalist legacy, many manufacturers stripped unnecessary extra bits out of their shoes, making them lighter and simpler,” says Jeff Dengate, shoe expert and runner-in-chief at Runner’s World magazine.

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  Of course, cushioning can’t eliminate all running injuries. Nor, it turns out, can buying shoes based on the height of your arches. If you have flat feet, your feet are assumed to “overpronate,” or roll inward, and, in the past, you were supposed to buy rigid shoes. If you have high arches, you were supposed to buy a shoe with extra cushioning and support.

  But when Marine Corps medical staff conducted a randomized, controlled trial of this theory, they concluded that it “had little influence on injuries.”

  “The foot is going to move the way it prefers to move, regardless of the shoe,” says Clearwater, Florida, running podiatrist Brian Fullem, author of “The Runner’s Guide to Healthy Feet and Ankles.”

  This means runners who are used to buying shoes based on the height of their arches or pronation tendency need a new strategy.

  Instead, do this

  That new strategy? Try on lots of shoes, including brands and models you might not have considered in the past. Veteran Canadian biomechanics researcher Benno Nigg says that the best running shoes are the ones that feel best when you lace them up and give them a spin.

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