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 There is no perfect shoe without the perfect fit for your foot. Our Dynamix Fit Certified specialists at our Fresh Air Kelowna stores are recognized by the sports medicine community and trained to do basic foot analysis, weight-bearing, and biomechanical walking and running analysis.

Running Shoe Fitting

If you’re looking for the perfect pair of running shoes in Kelowna, you have arrived. There is no perfect shoe without the perfect fit for your foot. Our Dynamix Fit Certified specialists at our Fresh Air Kelowna stores are recognized by the sports medicine community and trained to do basic foot analysis, weight-bearing, and biomechanical walking and running analysis. This lets us find the best shoe for your foot. We’re one of the running stores in Kelowna that will analyze your individual foot and make your right fit our mission.

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Step 1: EXAMINATION

Looking at your bare feet tells us a lot about not only your feet but also your foot motion. There tends to be a correlation between arch height and foot motion. Generally, the higher the arch the less the foot pronates. How does this relate to your shoes? If you have a high arch you are more likely to need a neutral shoe. A flat foot means you’re more likely to need a stability or motion control shoe.

Step 2: MOVEMENT ANALYSIS

We’ll observe your feet when walking or running to help determine the degree of pronation or supination after heel strike.

  • Mild to Moderate Pronation: Requires neutral to moderate support shoes.
  • Over-Pronation: Requires stability or motion control shoes.
  • Supination: Requires curve-lasted shoes.

* Over-Pronation is the excessive inward rolling of the foot after heel strike. Supination is the inward roll of the foot after heel strike.

Looking at your bare feet tells us a lot about not only your feet but also your foot motion. There tends to be a correlation between arch height and foot motion. Generally, the higher the arch the less the foot pronates. How does this relate to your shoes? If you have a high arch you are more likely to need a neutral shoe. A flat foot means you’re more likely to need a stability or motion control shoe.

Step 3: RUNNING SHOE SELECTION

When you’re searching for running stores in Kelowna, it's crucial to find a shop that will look at the full picture to get you in the right shoe. That includes your usage, training, or race schedule as well as your foot type and assessment of how your feet respond biomechanically after heel strike. Happy feet mean you can run your best and injury free, longer.