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Bought these in December at $66. Worth it at $66, definitely worth it at $62.
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I picked these up on their last sale as well. Very comfortable shoes. I wouldn't hesitate recommending them.
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My feet roll outwards and I bought some Hoka Bondi's because they said they were good for that, but if anything they provide even less support to the inward-sides of my feet than my previous shoes which were nike zoom pegasus.

Do I misunderstand this issue? I just want it to feel like my whole foot is naturally striking the ground at the same time.
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My feet roll outwards and I bought some Hoka Bondi's because they said they were good for that, but if anything they provide even less support to the inward-sides of my feet than my previous shoes which were nike zoom pegasus.

Do I misunderstand this issue? I just want it to feel like my whole foot is naturally striking the ground at the same time.
Support on the insides of your feet are stability shoes
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Love these shoes. Now I have a spare pair for when the current ones wear out. I do think they need some help in their color choices Smilie
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Support on the insides of your feet are stability shoes
Thanks
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So these are neutral like the Brooks Ghost line?
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My feet roll outwards and I bought some Hoka Bondi's because they said they were good for that, but if anything they provide even less support to the inward-sides of my feet than my previous shoes which were nike zoom pegasus.

Do I misunderstand this issue? I just want it to feel like my whole foot is naturally striking the ground at the same time.
If your feet are rolling outward, you shouldn't need extra arch support. If they roll inward and you need more arch support, look for a stability shoe like the ASICS kayano
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If your feet are rolling outward, you shouldn't need extra arch support. If they roll inward and you need more arch support, look for a stability shoe like the ASICS kayano
Yeah but the thing is if I have more support on the outside it makes the outside of my feet hit the ground even sooner. If I had more cushioning in the center it'd all hit the the ground at the same time
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Yeah but the thing is if I have more support on the outside it makes the outside of my feet hit the ground even sooner. If I had more cushioning in the center it'd all hit the the ground at the same time
Your arch shouldn't really be touching the ground, assuming you have human feet. Maybe you could try to get your foot to strike more under you instead of out in front to help with the even-ness. If you're already supinating and add more arch support, you're probably going to supinate even more
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My feet roll outwards and I bought some Hoka Bondi's because they said they were good for that, but if anything they provide even less support to the inward-sides of my feet than my previous shoes which were nike zoom pegasus.

Do I misunderstand this issue? I just want it to feel like my whole foot is naturally striking the ground at the same time.
Are you sure your feet roll outside? From what you're describing about your foot strike I think you may have it reversed and need stability shoes (Brooks Adrenaline, Asics Kayano/GT2000, Saucony Guide...etc)
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So these are neutral like the Brooks Ghost line?
Yes, these are neutral.
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I'm getting $79.98 now.
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I'm getting $79.98 now.
I just checked size 11 in both colors. I get sale price in the cart.
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