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Running shoes that have no offset between the heel and toe are sometimes called zero drop shoes. In other words, zero drop shoes don’t have any additional cushioning in the heel compared to the forefoot. This essentially allows the bottom of the foot to sit parallel to the ground. In general, most zero drop running shoes have less cushioning compared to more traditional running shoes.