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For runners whose suffer from excessive over-pronation of the foot.
Runners with a flat foot tend to have highly mobile and unsupportive feet which can roll excessively (over-pronation). Motion Control running shoes offer a greater level of inside (medial) support, a flatter sole to provide a broader base of stability for the runner and cushioning for the impact of the foot-strike.
For runners whose feet require no additional support through the gait cycle.
Neutral shoes offer the optimal rear to forefoot cushioning whilst retaining torsional support in the mid-foot. They help to lessen the shock of impact between the foot-strike and push-off, and help direct the runner's foot to move in the most efficient line from heel to toe.
Designed to stabilise the foot and reduce over-pronation.
Runners who's feet roll too far inwards require a level of rear and/or forefoot stability to help prevent a number of common overuse injuries. The structured cushion shoe offers a combination of design features to help guide the foot through to an efficient foot-strike.
Designed for runners who suffer form a slight over-pronation of the foot.
The supportive cushion shoe is very similar to the above Structured Cushion, only that this classification offers less restrictive support for runners who only suffer from a slight over-pronation of the foot.
For the multi-terrain runner looking for traction and protection for all environments.
Off-road shoes offer varying degrees of cushioning and stability dependent upon their purpose. With more aggressive soles and uppers designed to withstand the demands of most off-road terrains, these are the perfect shoe for the runner who prefers to go off-road or back to nature with their running.