I broke in new shoes tonight. It’s about that time of year to start rotating in new pairs, which is both exciting and expensive.
When it’s time for new shoes, I can tell first by feel then inspection. I check for wear on the soles and think about how many miles I’ve run on them as a good standard. Most shoes can last about 300 miles, but there’s no hard and fast rule.
We did 5 miles tonight to the lake and back, and it’s already starting to feel just slightly cooler in the evenings. I took it easy yesterday and only did 1.5 miles with Back on My Feet. I also got a full 8 hours last night, so my body felt rested and strong.