Managing Shoe Notifications

If you run enough you already know this, but shoes eventually wear out. And when they do you're at increased risk of injury caused by the break down of  shoe construction and materials, especially the midsole which is where most of the cushioning is.

For any pair of shoes you add in Strava, you can receive an email notification when you reach a certain mileage to remind you it's time for a new pair.

Shoe notifications are managed from the Gear page and the Shoe Edit screen and can only be done from the website.

To get there:

1. Click on your Profile picture and from the dropdown menu click on Settings

2. Click on My Gear from the left hand side of the page.

3. Click on the name of the shoe you'd like to edit the notifications for. From here you can either change the mileage for your reminder, or turn the notification off completely.

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More information about shoe notifications:

  • Default mileage for notifications is 250 miles and you can be edited to up to 800 miles. This can be changed at any time.
  • You will continue to receive notifications after you've reached the threshold for every run where that shoe is selected, unless you retire the shoe, or turn the notification off from the Shoe Edit screen.
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  • Is there any way to bulk assign a shoe to all runs within a date range?

  • I have updated my shoes on my log - but on my iphone app the retired shoes are still showing and the new shoes are not there to select. and I cant seem to be able to change the shoe data once it is loaded up into my activities - can any one help me fix this?

  • Cumulative mileage does not appear on the shoes I've loaded.  How can I tell if the gear mileage feature is working?

  • @Adam: This is something that admins can hep with if you still need help. Simply submit a support ticket. Otherwise, the best option is to use the My Activities page which allows pretty simple editing.

    @Streakes: Not sure what's happening there. Maybe try just logging out, closing the app and restarting it. Submit a support ticket if you're still having problems.

    @Brad: For cumulative mileage to show for your shoes, you would have to assign shoes to each of the previously uploaded activities manually. If that doesn't seem to be working correctly, please submit a support ticket and we'll be happy to investigate.

  • I have just changed my phone and can't remember my pass word. I have tryied and tryed without success can you help.

  • Is there anyway of editing the mileage for a shoe so doesn't start from zero? I want to add some of my older shoes

  • Hello
    Happy New Year 2017!
    A small remark: the mark of my shoes is not in your list. Unable to add them.
    There are 2 brands: btwin and Northwave.
    cordially

  • Hi Yves,
    You can contact us directly and we will add the new shoe brands to our list.

  • Anyone spot the deliberate mistake in the email from Strava below?
    Well Done!
    You've run 713 kilometers on your Barefoot (No Shoes) shoes.
    Most manufacturers and coaches recommend that you replace running shoes every 500–800km to help prevent injury. Now might be a good time to reward yourself with a new pair.
    Don't forget to add your next pair of shoes to My Gear

    My feet are still attached to my legs and seem to be doing just fine, but the alerts won't go away

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