2608 West 12600 South  •  Riverton, UT 84065  •   M-F. 10am to 7pm. Sat 10am to 5pm. Closed Sun-Recovery Day  •  (801) 999-4466
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: How much does your “Gr8 Fit Process” cost?
How long does it take to perform?

A: Our Gr8 Fit service is FREE. We feel that everyone deserves a Gr8 Fitting pair of shoes! It only takes about 15 minutes to perform and no appointment is necessary.

Q: Can I return my shoe once I have purchased them?
A: Yes, we want you to be 100% satisfied with your shoes. If your new shoes are not feeling/working like you expected, you have 30 days to get fit for a new pair or receive store credit. (Receipt required)

Q: When is it time for a new pair of running shoes?
A: A new pair of running shoes should last between 300-500 miles. Another sign is if you start having unusual aches and pains with normal training. Be sure to only wear your shoes for running.

Q: Do you offer training tips and advice?
A: Yes, just stop by the store and we would be happy to discuss training strategies. We also offer free group runs(link) and clinics on a variety of subjects. Make sure to like us on Facebook to be aware of special events and promotions.

Q: How does one avoid being injured?
A: First, be sure to be fitted for the proper shoes to match your foot type and foot strike. Second, avoid the "terrible too's". Many running injuries are a result of overtraining: too much intensity, too many miles, too soon. It's important to go easy when adding mileage or intensity to your training. You shouldn't increase your weekly mileage by more than 10% each week. You can still push your limits, but you'll have to take a gradual and patient approach. By building up slowly, you can save yourself pain and frustration, and still reach your goals. Let common sense and a smart training schedule determine how much you should be running.