I have never been so moved to write a review...literally.
I stopped into the store for the first time. I am not a runner; just a lowly healthcare worker that's on my feet a LOT! I had heard that We Run did an awesome job of fitting some of my co-workers with shoes, so I went. And it literally brought me to tears.
Kris had me try on several different types of shoes. ( I brought her some of my favorites from home, to give her an idea of what I have chosen for myself in the past.) All of her choices were right on the money...good fit, good support... Until I tried on the Hoka One Ones.
I have had arthritis in my knees for years. She put these shoes on me and I walked around a bit to see how they fit. I kinda got a little teary because I literally had NO knee pain! I cannot tell you how overwhelmed I was. (If you have chronic pain, and all of a sudden, its gone, you know where I'm coming from!)
Anyway, I bought the shoes and love the way they absorb the shock on my knees. I just wanted to say that the service was amazing...I learned so much about shoes that morning, and how there are different types of support for different types of feet. And I also learned that Kris is a shoe Goddess! Thank you so much. Will definitely be a returning customer.
Sarah Hicks said:August 3, 2013 6:36 am PST
Superior customer service and product knowledge!!!! We will be shopping there for all of our future running needs :)
George Michell said:June 25, 2013 1:26 am PST
Kris & Bria are great. Thank you so much for what you have done.
Not only are they experts in fitting shoes, they are genuinely nice people. Perry was very thorough in helping my husband and I find the correct type of fit. We were very happy walking out of the store. When we got to our car, our car battery was dead. I was just dialing AAA for assistance when Perry walked out to help us. A kind customer in the store had jumper cables, and Perry used his vehicle and gave us a jumpstart. We will DEFINITELY be back for all our running needs and will highly recommend this business (it's also locally owned!).
Dave Walker said:April 30, 2012 6:58 pm PST
I'm not sure if you remember me, but I was the flat footed guy wearing the Saucony shoes. I was having problems with my left ankle that was very painful. Regardless I got a pair of Scott shoes and a pair of socks. The first time I ran with them, I had some pain in my upper ankle area and my calves were very sore, however I noticed the way I was running was making it so much better. The spot in my ankle that hurt before was not hurting. Yesterday we went for a 12 mile run, the longest I have ever run, and it was in the rain. The first thing I noticed is they felt great, then I stepped in a huge puddle and soaked my foot, but then about 30-45 seconds later it seemed completely dry. At the end my feet haven't felt better. No pain in my ankles or anything. There were 'normal' pains but nothing anywhere near what I had felt before. Thank you for taking the time with me and finding a shoe that really fit. I am EXTREMELY impressed with this shoe and you guys. The girl I came in with didn't wear her ghost shoe because it was raining, but I think after running with me yesterday she is thinking about getting a pair of Scotts. Thanks again for your help!!!