Running Shoes For Supination has a growing collection of running shoe reviews to satisfy the most discerning runner. But no pair of running shoes is for everyone…
Some runners care a lot about weight; research shows you expend more aerobic energy with heavier shoes. Lighter shoes typically have less cushioning, which can make them feel faster.
To help with the less-than-optimal impact distribution caused by supination, you may want to try our neutral ride running shoes.
However, if you’re going long distances, the extra cushioning of a heavier shoe might be a better option.