Bondi BUF: What's the best go-to shoe for injury-prone or heavier runners needing solid footing?
Chicken: This depends on each runner’s degree of pronation, as every runner is different. For those runners who are neutral, the Brooks Glycerine 10 is a cracker. Designed and built by Andre Krewit (ex Nike designer), very forward thinking, resilient cushioning and the best thing, inherently stable through not having any exposed or softer lateral (outside) rear foot zones. For those that are over pronating moderately, Saucony Hurricane with it's new 8mm offset (height difference from the rear foot to the forefoot, normal offset is 12mm) will not only help control your degree of pronation but help those runners who want to learn how to run more midfoot.
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