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Men's sports shoes

Men's sports shoes in the Sportano range - choose the best model for your favourite sport Whether you are a fan of jogging, volleyball, tennis, cycling or simply value comfort and a stylish look in your everyday life, men's sports shoes not only offer support for your feet, but also play an important role in creating a complete outfit. Sports shoes also offer room to experiment with different colours, designs and technologies. Advanced materials such as Nike Air foam, Boost technology from adidas or innovative cushioning systems provide maximum comfort and support when training, running or playing your favourite sport. We should also not forget the growing importance of sustainable production and environmental care, which are becoming increasingly important factors when choosing sports shoes. Many brands are now focusing on creating eco-friendly, recycled and sustainable solutions, allowing conscious consumers to combine their sporting passions with care for the planet. In the Sportano shop's wide range, you'll find men's sports shoes carefully designed with the specific activity in mind from leading brands such as Mizuno, Nike, PUMA, Saucony, Shimano, ASICS, HOKA, Joma, La Sportiva, SKECHERS and Wilson. Fitness and gym shoes: performance for every workout Fitness and gym shoes play a key role in ensuring a comfortable and effective workout. Men's fitness shoes offer special cushioning technology and metatarsal support to help absorb shock and prevent injury. Safe and effective exercise requires a good grip on the ground, which is why men's fitness shoes have an outsole with the right tread pattern to ensure a confident stride and grip on a variety of surfaces. In addition, they help protect against injuries such as ankle sprains and joint injuries. Thanks to their cushioning and stability, good fitness shoes reduce the risk of injury. During intensive training, the feet can sweat a lot. Therefore, training shoes often have materials and technologies that provide good ventilation to keep feet dry and comfortable. Regular training at the gym can be demanding on footwear, so it should be made of durable materials and robustly constructed to withstand intense activity. Gym exercises, on the other hand, often require stability and balance. Strength training shoes are designed to provide some support and stability for the foot, especially in the metatarsal and ankle areas, when performing a variety of movements both with your own body weight and with equipment such as barbells, dumbbells or kettlebells. The stiff sole of the shoes helps to efficiently transfer energy from the feet to the ground when lifting weights. This is important, especially for exercises such as squats, deadlifts and barbell presses. Weightlifting shoes should not have too much cushioning, which is important when running but detrimental when lifting weights. Choose shoes with moderate or no cushioning at all. Lightweight shoes are often appreciated by gym-goers as they allow them to move freely and perform exercises. Team sports shoes: durability and support on the court Team sports shoes, such as basketball, volleyball or handball, offer the durability, support and stability needed to participate successfully in a team game. Grip on different types of ground is a key element of team sports shoes. The tread pattern should be adapted to the specific type of pitch or court. In team sports, especially those taking place on hard ground, a durable sole that can withstand intense activity and frequent movements is essential. The sole should be made of abrasion-resistant non-marking material. Another consideration is adequate cushioning in the sole, so that the joints are protected from excessive strain, thereby reducing the risk of injury. Cushioning technologies such as EVA foam insoles, polyurethane foam or Nike Air, Mizuno Wave or Adidas Boost technologies absorb shock and protect joints during running, jumping and other activities. Many team sports require quick changes of direction, jumping and running. Shoes should offer adequate ankle support to prevent injury. They also need to fit the foot snugly, with no unnecessary looseness, to ensure full control of movement. Lightweight shoes are often appreciated by athletes as they allow quick movements and enhance performance. The upper material of volleyball, basketball or handball shoes should be breathable and comfortable to keep the feet dry and comfortable during intense training sessions and long matches.Running shoes: comfort and running efficiency Choosing the right running shoes can make a significant difference to performance and safety during training or competition, as well as taking care of foot health. As not every foot is the same, it is advisable to choose running shoes that suit your foot type: neutral, supinating (excessive outward rotation) or pronating (excessive inward rotation). Cushioning is key to absorbing shock and protecting your joints while running. Choose shoes with the right level of cushioning for your weight and running style. It is worth checking that men's running shoes offer metatarsal support, as this helps to keep the foot in the correct position while running. A stiff sole helps to efficiently transfer energy from your feet to the ground and back again. This is important, especially when running on hard surfaces. Lightweight running shoes are preferred, especially when running long distances. The low weight helps to reduce leg fatigue and increases exercise comfort. The upper should fit the foot well and not put pressure or cause abrasions. The upper material, such as mesh, will provide adequate ventilation and the technologies responsible for breathability will keep the feet dry and avoid overheating. Running shoes should be durable and well-made to withstand intense training and long runs. In the context of trail running, it is also important to choose shoes specifically designed for this type of activity. Trail running shoes differ from standard running shoes primarily in having an outsole with a deep tread that provides better grip and stability on uneven surfaces such as stones, roots or muddy paths. They are also often equipped with extra reinforcement and toe protection to ensure safety on more difficult terrain. Their construction must create a balance between durability and lightness so as not to strain the feet when running through uneven, often demanding terrain.Shoes for racquet sports: stability and precision movements on court In racquet sports, where quick changes of direction and rapid movements are required, stability is a key element. To this end, they have special technologies and design to give the foot some support and avoid injury. Providing adequate ankle support is essential in racquet sports, as the risk of twisting the ankle is high. Tennis or squash shoes often have high uppers to protect the ankle joints and the sole is usually rigid, which helps to efficiently transfer energy from the feet to the ground and increases stability during movements. Tennis, squash or padel shoes need to provide adequate grip on different types of ground (e.g. hard court, grass court or indoor court). The tread pattern and sole materials must be chosen to suit the specific type of surface. The uppers of racquet sports shoes are usually made of durable but breathable materials that keep feet dry and comfortable. The lightweight designs are often appreciated by professionals and regular players alike, as they allow for quick movements and sudden changes of direction. Although racquet sports do not put as much stress on the feet as running, adequate cushioning in the sole is still important to protect the joints and reduce stress on the feet. In addition, the shoes should fit precisely to the foot, providing adequate space for the toes and avoiding the foot moving inside the shoe.Men's cycling shoes: performance and safety on any route Cycling shoes are a key piece of equipment for any cyclist, especially those who engage in regular training, prefer long rides or are geared towards competing. They offer a combination of comfort and riding efficiency, as well as influencing stability and safety. One of the most important features of cycling shoes is their rigid sole. It helps to efficiently transfer energy from the legs to the pedals, which increases power and riding efficiency. These shoes avoid wasting energy on twisting the sole when pedalling. Men's cycling shoes are usually compatible with a variety of pedal attachment systems such as SPD, Look, Shimano or Speedplay. Choose shoes that fit the pedals you use or the system that is most suitable for your riding style. Match your cycling shoes to the type of riding you prefer. There are road shoes for road cyclists and MTB (mountain) shoes for off-road cycling. MTB shoes are often more versatile, allowing you to walk on the ground or climb in difficult areas. There are also cycling shoes for platform pedals on the market. Cycling shoes need to fit the foot precisely. This helps to prevent the foot from sliding inside the shoe and ensures a confident stride. Many models have locking systems such as BOA buckles, Velcro or laces to adjust the fit. Good ventilation is important, especially on long rides on warm days. Cycling shoes often have mesh or ventilation holes to help keep the air circulating.Depending on the climate in which you ride, you may want to consider cycling shoes with additional features such as rain, wind or cold protection.
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