John asked in SportsRunning · 6 months ago

Do shoe manifactours put treads under shoes so that ants have more chance of survival ?

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    6 months ago

    No, same goes for vehicle tires. It increases traction on surface you're running on, to avoid slipping and falling (which often leads to injury). Shoe makers, like care tire makers, put no thought into creatures under foot or tire. If you want ants to survive, run indoors where there are not likely to be any ants.

  • 6 months ago

    No.

    They don't think about ants or other animals at all.

    They put treads under their shoes to help maintain good traction on various kinds of surfaces, and wet surfaces. Also, runners think shoes with tread patterns feel better. The tread helps absorb some of the impact from the shoe landing on the running surface.

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