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Hi, I've had this problem before with my previous shoes, but my new shoes are worse. I recently bought a new pair of running shoes and I broke them in, but after 1.5 miles my shoes made my feet so hot! I had to stop and take off my shoes. How can I prevent this because I really like my shoes.


I'm not alone! I thought I was one of the only people that experience this phenomenon, but apparently you do too. I don't think there is anything wrong with you. The feeling of the hot feet will wear off eventually as you break in your new shoes.

What I do to combat this is wear the shoes for walking around or doing other tasks for a while. I noticed the burning sensation much more when I would do hard workouts. During the indoor track season when I was in college, this burning sensation was absolutely brutal running on a 200 meter track. The tight turns and fast pace made my feet feel like they were on fire.

Your shoes are fine, and I'm sure the burning feeling will go away soon, if it hasn't disappeared already. I am just comforted knowing that your feet feel the same way my feet feel about new running shoes.

Happy Trails - Coach Tief

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by: amanda

Hey!....I HAD to research this hot feet feeling in my running shoes. I just got back on the wagon running and training for my first half in may.....well.... I have been running in a neutral shoe, the saucony kinvara 2...which I thought I was crazy buying because I didn't feel it offered any cushion! (But the guy at the store talked me into them). I have been super happy with them, but as I am building my miles now, my feet hurt. Wanting to take care of them, I also purchased a second pair of saucony powergrid omni 9's. Noww, my thoughts...more cushion, this run will feel great!.....NO....WOW HOT FEET. With a 1/2 mile to go, I finally pulled them off and put my old ones on.

Now what!? I think this is normal, or at least I hear people talk about it...should I stick it out with my new shoes?

Thanks for the advice :)

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