How Many Miles Can I Run Before I Need New Shoes

The standard answer is 300-400 miles. What surface you run on and how often you run all come into play. Another good indicator is your body. At about 200 miles in, start listening to your body. If it starts aching, that typically means the shoe isn’t doing its job anymore. Hopefully, you are also taking advantage of the various apps that are available to track your mileage on all your pairs of running shoes.