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Sun & Ski brings you the best men's and women's shoes on the market. We offer a variety of men's and women's footwear, including hiking boots, running shoes, skate shoes, trail running shoes, and sandals from top brands.


Sun & Ski brings you the best footwear, including: hiking boots, running shoes, running socks, trail running shoes, skate shoes, sandals, custom footbeds, and more. Shop Sun & Ski for all of your footwear needs. Have questions on what running shoes will work best for your foot type? Not sure what cycling shoe you need? Our team of experts can answer all of your footwear questions to get you in the right pair of shoes!

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Sun & Ski offers top brand men's footwear and women's footwear, including Asics running shoes, Brooks, Hi-Tec, Keen, Asolo hiking boots, New Balance, Mizuno, The North Face, Vibram FiveFingers, Puma, Reef sandals, and more. Shop Sun & Ski for all the top brands of footwear and socks.

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Footwear Tips & Tools

Not sure which running shoes you need for your type of foot? No problem, we're here to help! Sun & Ski offers expert advice, tips and tools on all types of footwear to make sure you get into the right shoes.

Running Shoe Fit Guide for Pronation, Neutral and Flat Feet

Lee Hobbs with Asics, describes the three main foot types and the corresponding footwear categories most running shoe companies use. Learn more about your arch type and if you are an under pronator, neutral or tend to over pronate. Understanding your arch type will help you in purchasing the right running shoes that will make running more enjoyable and reduce the risk for potential injury. Watch the video today to find out what arch type you are.

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  • Support Your High Arches with Maximum Cushioning

    If you have high arches, you probably know it. Your wet footprint shows only a thin mark along the outer edge of your foot between your heel and your toes. The feet of runners with high arches are likely to roll to the outside, or underpronate, when they run. The best men's running shoes and best women's running shoes for runners with high arches are those with plenty of cushioning.Read Full Article »

  • Flat-Footed Runners: Make Motion Control a High Priority

    If you have flat feet with low arches, your feet probably tend to roll to the inside, or overpronate, when you run. How can you determine your foot shape? If your wet footprint on the floor shows almost the entire bottom of your foot, you have flat feet. The best women's running shoes and the best men's running shoes for flat feet and low arches are those that provide motion control and stability.Read Full Article »

  • Arch Supports Can Help Reduce Injury Risk

    Sliding an arch support inside your running shoes can make the difference between comfortable running and chronic pain. If you don't have adequate arch support, you may be more likely to develop any of a range of running injuries, from runner's knee to plantar fasciitis. The type of arch your foot has helps determine which type of running shoes will give you the best arch support.Read Full Article »

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