How do I know if I need stability running shoes?
There are a few ways to tell whether you need a neutral or stability shoe. First, you can visit your local running store and ask to have a gait analysis test, which is where you run on the treadmill while an expert examines your form. You can also ask a friend to film you running facing forward on a treadmill.Shop The Collection
Signs that you need a stability shoe:
Your ankle rolls inward while you run
Your knees rotate excessively inward or rub while you run
The treads are more worn-down on the inside (or medial) edge than the outside (lateral) edge of the bottom of your shoes
Need help picking a stability shoe?
Here are some of our favourites.
EVERUNTM Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and cushioning
ISOFIT creates a dynamic fit system
ISOFIBER reinforcements to ensure a secure fit
TRI-FLEX crystal rubber outsole to increase force dispersion
Medial TPU guidance frame guides each foot through its natural gait cycleShop Now
PWRRUN+ for amazing cushioning
FORMFIT acts like a luxurious bucket seat
A rocker-like heel and enhanced toe springShop Now
PWRRUN cushioning provides just-right softness
Medial TPU guidance frame guides each foot through its natural gait cycle
FORMFIT surrounds the foot with a made-for-me feelShop Now
EVERUNTM Topsole construction lasting comfort and pressure relief
PWRFOAM midsole absorbs impact and responds perfectly to your stride
ISOFIT design creates a dynamic fit system
Firm medial support for runners who overpronate.Shop Now