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At Philadelphia Runner, our objective is to meet your unique needs. Whether you're walking around your neighborhood or training for your first half-marathon, we customize each fitting through listening, using treadmill and video recording to conduct gait analysis, and trying on a few shoe options to help you select a comfortable shoe to meet your needs.
Step 1: We start the fit process by asking you to tell us about you and your activities in order to find the right shoe for you. A few questions you might hear: Do you have any injuries? Do you use an insole or orthotic support? What activities are you currently doing: running, walking, cross fit?
Step 2: We conduct a gait analysis. You're probably thinking, what's that? A gait analysis is one of the ways we determine which type of footwear may work best for you. One our of experts will watch and record you run or walk on a treadmill (or the ground if you prefer) in order to analyze what your feet are doing while you are moving.
Step 3: We measure and evaluate your feet including foot length, foot width and arch height to get a general idea of the size, width and style of shoe that may work best for you.
Step 4: We'll bring out several pairs of shoes, including different brands and styles, for you to try on and test out. Now that we've guided you to the right type of shoe, here's where you come in -we need your help in selecting the shoe that feels best for you. The more feedback that you can provide, the better fitting we can provide through narrowing down the selection.
Step 5: Decision time! Which shoes are you taking home?
Finding the right sports bra can be tough - but it doesn't have to be.No matter what your activity level is, we carry a wide range of sports bras to support you during every workout. Stop by any of our stores for a bra fitting and we'll help you find the perfect fit for yoga, running or CrossFit.
Step 1: We start the fit process by asking you about you and your activities in order to find the right sports bra for your individual needs.
Step 2: We take measurements to determine your band and cup size.Determine your band size by measuring the smallest distance above your bust. Measure around the fullest part of your bust. Calculate the difference between the two measurements to determine the corresponding cup size.
Step 3: We select a few sports bra for you to try on. Make sure you move around!
A few things to look for when choosing a sports bra...
Comfort:A good sports bra should feel comfortable, stay in place, and not chafe. The band is the foundation of the bra and should be comfortably snug to offer support, but not feel restrictive. Straps should also feel snug but not uncomfortable or dig into your shoulders.