Get new track shoes every season if you're on a team, every six months if you run recreation-ally, and every three hundred miles (approximately three months) if you train or race a lot.
Some track shoes are built for racing; those are track spikes and only need to be replaced when they get worn down structurally, worn out, or break. The actual spikes that screw into the bottom of the spike plates on underside of the shoe can be changed every few weeks or competitions depending on the surface.
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