So I've been working my way back into running, I broke both of my ankles last summer, two screws and three tied tendons later I'm FINALLY able to start running again (6 months after breaking them). But I am noticing my toes are going numb, this isn't new, when I used to run before I could kinda feel my toes go numb, but now it seems worse. It's not painful, and it doesn't slow me down, but I am worried that when I get into more distance it'll be an issue. I'm clicking off 4-4.5 miles at about a 9:00 pace. I'm more concerned about the 10 miler or the marathon I am working toward this fall. So I'm wondering if it's my shoes (Saucony), is it the way I am tying my shoes? Is it too tight? Anyone have this issue? Any suggestions for good shoes? Are Saucony's not so good? I've read the New Balance 903 (I think that's them) are really good running shoes, I've got a pair of NBs, but don't wear them running, I guess I ought to try them out, but I JUST got teh Sauconys broke in... Any ideas/suggestions?
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