COMPARING RUNNING SHOE TYPES
STABILITY running shoes are focused towards supporting an over-pronating foot (rolls in too far).
This shoe type focuses on adding stability on the inside of the midsole to help guide the foot through the running gait (Landing, Midstance & Toe-off).
Popular stability shoe examples are ASICS Gel-Kayano, Brooks Adrenaline or the Mizuno Wave Inspire.
NEUTRAL running shoes focus towards supporting the body’s natural movement through flexibility & cushioning features, assisting in shock absorption.
Great examples of Neutral (cushioned) running shoes are Nike Air Pegasus, Brooks Glycerin or the Hoka One One Clifton.
COMPARE THE PAIRS below with some of our best selling brands & their differing Stability vs Neutral running shoes.
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