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First, Get the Feet Right
“Running sneakers are a technical piece of equipment,” says JackRabbit Sports store owner and triathlete Lee Silverman. “You can’t just shop by color.” He puts you on a treadmill to determine what shoe you need (lightweight, neutral, stability, and motion control for severe overpronators) ($90 for this Brooks Axiom II sneaker, analysis free, 151 Seventh Ave., nr. Garfield Pl., Park Slope; 718-636-9000).


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