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2020 U Sports Champs

April 22 - Tip by David Korell
Tip by: David Korell

If your heels constantly slip out the back of your shoes, consider narrow fit running shoes. Women's narrows are 2A width and men's narrows are B width.

David Korell

David Korell
Footwear Product Merchandiser for Canada
Guelph, Ontario

New Balance Canada

David Korell is a Footwear Product Merchandiser at New Balance Canada.

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 4 years ago

    Or give the heel lock lacing method a try. Narrower shoes can be hard to find.

    Quick tutorial from youtube:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJVPDOPGlOA

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    aharp94 said 3 years ago

    thankyou for the tutorial

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    RunWild said 3 years ago

    I remember this was hapenning to me wearing a pair of the original Zoom Victory XC's of all pairs, but where this mentality runs into major issues are in the case where someone has a narrow heel but a wider forefoot. This is the type of runner that needs an E-width shoe to deal with the wider forefoot but also has to figure out a way to tighten up the heel of the shoe. I've found most manufacturers are good with this, but Nike is one of the exceptions.

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