Every form of exercise has a preferred style of shoe. to raise, you want distinctive heels or flat shoes, for running, you want shoes that fit your feet and feel comfortable while you run. to cycle-inside or outside the houseYou want shoes that work with the type of cleats you use on your pedals. Shoes are a personal choice, but they are also something all athletes go through many pairs of.
So if you can’t clue them in on a new type of shoe they’d like to try, all you have to do is take a look at the tag inside their current pair. (This is especially good for runners whose shoes wear out so quickly they’are basically disposable.) They’ll be grateful for a new pair.