Get educated, get healthy: (678) 541-8851
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At NEWSole Running, you can find the shoes and education you need to help you run naturally while achieving proper alignment, balance, and cadence.
Here, we are focused on helping you become a healthier runner. You'll find the latest products backed by expert advice from people that live and breathe natural running!
Tired of pain while running or having injuries that seem to linger? With natural running, you're less likely to have either. You'll run the way your body was designed to run!
Our team will evaluate your foot type, as well as the anatomy and biomechanics of your feet. With this information, we can help you select the ideal shoe for you and your lifestyle.
We are so much more than a natural running shoe store. Here, you'll get one-on-one attention that you won't find online. Our service makes the difference.
FREE ChiRunning clinic
Held Thursday July 16th at 6:30pm and Saturday July 25th at 10:00am by our certified ChiRunning instructor.
Monday - Friday 10am - 7pm
Saturday - 10am - 6pm
Sunday - Out for a long run!
We are located at
1315 McDonough Parkway
McDonough, GA 30253
Call (678) 541-8851
Here's what our customers are saying:
"I had an awesome experience here. I walked in, not knowing what to expect, and Dave helped me find the right shoe and inserts for my severe over-pronation. I know where I'm coming whenever I need shoes. Goodbye Nike, Adidas, Vionic, etc!"
- Jennifer C.
"After taking one of Dave's Chi running workshops in Macon several months ago, my husband and I drove up from Macon so I could get new tennis shoes. I've been to similar stores, but never had the attention I received from Dave. He really took his time with me and listened to my concerns. So far, my shoes have worked great and I am no longer feeling pain in my shins when I run. I will drive to McDonough for all future shoes! Thanks so much for caring!!"
- Jessica B.
"Brandon worked with me for more than an hour and I am very happy with the Newtons I brought home. My first 3 miles in them went great and I'm already looking forward to tomorrow's run."
- Aaron R.