Updates include:

Version 2 Pods Available

• Easier Syncing
• Stride Length
• Stance Time
• Calories
• Facebook Sharing

Miles Tracked by the MilestonePod

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What type of athlete are you?

Track your miles. Effortlessly.

The MilestonePod is the easiest way to track the mileage on your running or walking shoes. No buttons to push, no battery to charge, no need to be tech savvy.
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Dig deeper into each run.

Wirelessly sync to your smartphone to view mileage, pace, cadence, stride length, calories, run history, and emergency information.
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MilestonePod for Retailers.

Milestone has developed a system for retailers that allows significantly enhanced relationships with customers.
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An average pair of running shoes lasts 300-500 miles.

So how do you know when shoes need to be retired? Don't use the treads of your running shoes to determine whether you should replace your shoes. The midsole, which provides the cushioning and stability, usually breaks down before the bottom shows major signs of wear.

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What People Are Saying


The Just-Right Running Shoe – WSJ

The Just-Right Running Shoe Runners Race for a Middle Ground Between Earlier Design Trends Aaron Williams, left; Katie Weller, center; and Kristyan Williams warm up for the Flag Rock Run race in Farmington, Utah, this month. Photo: Jim McAuley for The Wall Street Journal By...

Running Technique: The Footstrike

Heel vs. Midfoot vs. Forefoot: How do elite runners land? I’ve finally gotten around to this post, which is probably two weeks in the making, and it follows on from our recent series on running shoes. That series began by looking at whether shoes are in fact as much a cause of...

Pronation, Explained

Understanding your personal pronation type is crucial to choosing the proper running shoes. If you have a normal arch, you’re likely a normal pronator, meaning you’ll do best in a stability shoe that offers moderate pronation control. Runners with flat feet normally...

Want Good Running Form? Don’t Be Lazy

Is a good stride a matter of many disparate elements coming together or one underlying virtue? Running form is still a hot topic these days. Countless articles about running form have been printed and posted within the past couple of years, long threads on form keep appearing in...

Milestone Pod: How Long Do Your Runners Last?

MILESTONE POD: HOW LONG DO YOUR RUNNERS LAST? Be. Training Guide — Posted 13/06/14 A clever new device tracks the mileage of your running shoes, letting you know when it’s time for a new pair. Is it time for new running shoes? As a general guide, podiatrist Rick Osler says...

Wearable tech for runners: MilestonePod | GeekTime

Wearable tech for runners: MilestonePod can track your mileage and hopefully keep you injury-free The Israeli startup designed a device that fits on a shoe to provide data to runners and retailers. It is now looking for an investment to continue growing and developing its tool...

Milestone Fitness Tracker - Los Angeles Times

Track your running mileage with this fitness tracker that attaches to your shoe. The tracker also lets you know when to replace shoes and provides an alert when you reach personal goals. Robin Macklin / Milestone Pod via Milestone Fitness Tracker - Los Angeles Times.

Milestone Pod Shoe Odometer Review

Your athletic shoes aren’t built to last forever. They generally lose their support and cushioning at 300 to 500 miles of wear. That can mean that you feel more fatigue, aches and pains after your workouts. Yet only the truly obsessive/compulsive track their shoe mileage...