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Fitness Running Shoes for Children

Fitness running shoes for children are available in a fantastic range of styles, with designs on offer from all of the major fitness brands. Children's running shoes tend to be a higher quality shoe than standard trainers, with features such as enhanced soles, lightweight materials, and spikes for track events.

Among the most popular children's running and fitness shoe brands are Nike , Adidas, Asics , Skechers, Puma , and New Balance. Children's running and fitness shoes are great for sporty kids. Alternatively they are perfectly well suited for adults with child-sized feet.

Road Running Shoes

Most of the major sports and footwear brands produce a range of road running and gym fitness shoes. Fitness shoes come in a wide range of styles, designs, and specs. Children's trainers come with the same innovative features as adult running shoes, such as shock absorbing soles, memory foam inners, and light weight breathable material composition.

Children's running shoes can range significantly in price, with basic models designed for gym or physical education classes, and upper end shoes designed for your budding young Mo Farahs or Jessica Ennis-Hills.

Running Spikes

Running spikes, or cleats, as they are known in America, are running trainers with several pointed protrusions located on the front of the shoe. Spikes are usually made of metal, ceramic, or plastic moulding. Running spikes are designed for track and field athletes who need extra grip. Running spikes are recommended for children who are into competitive sport rather than children attempting new activities at an entry level. The spikes are fastened to the shoe via a solid plate that is fastened beneath the toes.

As running spikes are a specialist product they tend to be more expensive than standard road running or gym shoes. As with road running shoes they are produced by most major sports brands.

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