good advice - Go to footlocker and find out if you pronate or overpronate and get them to recommend you a shoe, nothing worse than buying online and having the wrong shoe. thats if you are serious about running and dont want any injures that could have easily been prevented.
Anyone doing the Sydney half marathon in Sept?
I have seen too many horror stories with ill fitting equipment for exercise from bikes to running, While getting a pair of dress shoes that are a half size too large, narrow or wide can be an annoyance but nothing that an inner sole or different socks can't sort out. It is easy to overlook the amount of stress coming through contact points when exercising, for running that being the shoes. Saving a bit of money buying online and getting a bad fit can quickly be a negative saving when you are looking at $75 per session with a physio.