This post was sponsored by Superbalist.
Have you ever bought shoes online? Since Covid-19, I’ve been avoiding going in stores and trying on items such as shoes.
I have a few websites that I purchase from often now since I know they won’t let me down and I stick to brands I know and have used before, so sizing doesn’t get too messed up.
I have been purchasing items from Superbalist for years and to be honest, I never experienced bad customer service or delayed deliveries. My shoes were never damaged and always neatly packaged hence I keep going back to them now when I am looking for a good deal that promises quality as well.
When I started my fitness journey 2 years ago, I made sure I invested in a good pair of trainers that would give me the comfort I needed for those 5kms walks or run.
Trainers are expensive but they are worth it – they last you years (well mine is) and are so versatile. I use mine even when I am not training.
A few tips for you:
- Don’t shop for the best-looking shoe.
I know that sounds strange but don’t shop for training shoes based on looks – think about comfort first.
- Buying the cheapest shoe might not be ideal long term.
Training shoes are an investment. Rather save up and buy a good one.
- Shop smart.
Shop around before making the final decisions and always check for reviews.
- Consider your workout.
What type of exercises will you be doing? That will determine the type of shoes you will need.
- Look for good deals.
I normally create a wish list on my favourite websites and wait for those items to go on sale when I am on a budget.
- Always check the size guide and materials.
This is something many of us overlook and then end up with an item we are utterly disappointed with. Make sure you have an idea of what you are buying.
Superbalist has a wide range of trainers available at the moment from Nike, Adidas Originals to Reebok. Make use of the side bar which helps you refine your search to find the best pair of trainers.