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New York Times: Money often buys higher-quality, but not always when it comes to running shoes

published: 10-26-2010

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The New York Times Health section has an article that looks at the cost of running shoes, and found that low- and mid-cost shoes within the same brand cushioned runners’ feet just as well as high-cost ones — sometimes even better.

In short, money often buys higher-quality goods, but not when it comes to running shoes, experts say.

Click on link below to access the article.

For Running Shoes, It’s Fit First and Price Last