October 17 2017
Run Angel co-founder David Caren explains what the Run Angel watch does and why it's an important invention for runner safety.
Want to find out how to identify your arch type? Try this tip to help choose the correct shoe for your foot!
Placing a wet foot on a dry shopping bag will reveal the true shape of your foot.
LOW ARCH: If your imprint reveals an oblong-shape, you most likely have a low arch or at foot. Look for shoes with stability and cushioning.
NORMAL ARCH: If the wet print shows about half your foot in the mid-section, you have an average arch. A neutral shoe will work best for you.
HIGH ARCH: A slender print means a high arched foot. You should stay away from shoes with stability enhancement and look instead for a neutral, cushioned shoe.