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oreganotrail asked this question on 07-20-2021 at 09:45 AM
07-20-2021 at 09:45 AM
Quite a bit less cushion and more stability in these.
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Anyone know what happens over time if you're overpronated and wear supinated shoes, and vice versa?
In my experience, there are very few supinated shoes (in which the insole is actually molded to angle your foot, like a stability shoe but opposite). So really it's more of a question between stability shoes or neutral shoes.

To answer your question, depending on your level and time spent in the shoes, you have potential to develop a myriad of bodily issues like achy knees, hips, etc. The most immediate/acute issue would be feet that hurt like crazy after a short run.

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In my experience, there are very few supinated shoes (in which the insole is actually molded to angle your foot, like a stability shoe but opposite). So really it's more of a question between stability shoes or neutral shoes.

To answer your question, depending on your level and time spent in the shoes, you have potential to develop a myriad of bodily issues like achy knees, hips, etc. The most immediate/acute issue would be feet that hurt like crazy after a short run.
Thanks for your in depth answer. If there are very few supinated shoes, what kind of shoes are people with underpronation suppose to wear?
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Love Asics, love Stability shoes, Thx OP!
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Thanks for your in depth answer. If there are very few supinated shoes, what kind of shoes are people with underpronation suppose to wear?
I'm supinated, flat footed and also wide-foot (and low volume - for completeness haha). For the underpronator just steer away from shoes marketed as stability - instead, look for neutral shoes. The real answer to give you is that shoes are deeply individualized. Head on over to your local running store or Dick's and try on a few pairs. That's really the only way you're going to find a good shoe for yourself. Aside from stability/neutral, it's worth thinking about what kind of drop you want as well. The higher the drop (like 10-12mm) is standard, but many have been moving to a lower drop for a more 'natural' gait (0-4mm).

To provide a starting point, I am a big fan of Saucony Kinvara's (neutral shoe, 4mm drop in wide) and am considering in the Altra shoes (foot shaped shoe, 0 drop).

In addition, i've actually also purchased a supination insert for my insole that was recommended to me. It felt too weird for me (felt like it was tilting my fit back too hard, probably too aggressive of an angle), but something worth sharing for you to do more research on. I used the insert in a neutral shoe.

Lastly, If you are flat/wide footed like me, consider a 2E or even 4E shoe. I wear only 4E now and they're a dream in terms of comfort.
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not a single size is available in Men's version of this deal
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I'm supinated, flat footed and also wide-foot (and low volume - for completeness haha). For the underpronator just steer away from shoes marketed as stability - instead, look for neutral shoes. The real answer to give you is that shoes are deeply individualized. Head on over to your local running store or Dick's and try on a few pairs. That's really the only way you're going to find a good shoe for yourself. Aside from stability/neutral, it's worth thinking about what kind of drop you want as well. The higher the drop (like 10-12mm) is standard, but many have been moving to a lower drop for a more 'natural' gait (0-4mm).

To provide a starting point, I am a big fan of Saucony Kinvara's (neutral shoe, 4mm drop in wide) and am considering in the Altra shoes (foot shaped shoe, 0 drop).

In addition, i've actually also purchased a supination insert for my insole that was recommended to me. It felt too weird for me (felt like it was tilting my fit back too hard, probably too aggressive of an angle), but something worth sharing for you to do more research on. I used the insert in a neutral shoe.

Lastly, If you are flat/wide footed like me, consider a 2E or even 4E shoe. I wear only 4E now and they're a dream in terms of comfort.
Thanks again for sharing. I was looking online about supination and it's consistent to wear I wear out my shoes the fastest--the 4th metatarsal toe bone. It's the case on every type of shoe I wear. And it's also consistent with the exact same ankle, leg, knee, hip pain listed. Would you be ok with the shoes posted here? It says for overpronators and neutral.
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same price on ebay
much better buyer protection as well
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Debating if these would be suitable for a week at Disney parks. Not racing, but hoping for less foot fatigue with a lighter shoe. These seem to be reviewed as stiff shoes, not sure if the lack of cushioning make them unsuitable for lengthy walking/standing.
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Anyone know if these are better than the Nike Downshifter 10 running shoes that were on here a few weeks ago?
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same price on ebay
Asics offer 90 day returns
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Great deal. I should have bought the black and gold colorway, but couldn't resist a pair of ridiculous neon green shoes.
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Asics offer 90 day returns
Are you allowed to try the shoes out or do they have to be in unused condition?
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Just started running and my Reebok's falling apart, so giving this a try.
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Thanks got one
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Code: ANORAK will also get you free shipping Smilie The deal is still on and they restocked a bunch!
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