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Jumping spikes are very similar to sprinting spikes. They differ by not being as toe oriented, allowing for last minute corrections Air Jordan 6 Rings before the jump. The shoes also have more support in the heel, allowing the jumper to cushion her landing.
Shoes for throwing are much different than for other events. For the discus, shot put and hammer throw, the shoes tend to have rubber soles. This allows for better movement in performing the necessary spin to generate the centrifugal force for the throw. Since the javelin event employs many of the same mechanics as the jumping events, a javelineer will usually have spikes on Jordan Pro Strong her front soles as well. Both types of shoes will have higher cuffs to give the thrower more support.
Middle distance running is very similar to sprinting. These shoes will have more cushioning, however, to offer the runner better support. The sole also will be more flexible and give the runner a better running motion. Check the company’s intended usage for a particular shoe you might be interested in.
The long distance running shoe has more variables than those for the shorter distance races. They are meant to be more durable as well as more stable. Some long distance shoes will look very similar to Nike Air Foamposite One middle distance shoes. Many long distance shoes will not have spikes to reduce the Air Jordan 2s weight in the front of the foot. Air Jordan 8s Some will offer more support in the heel to aid in stability and support.