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Pronation Control indicates how shoes match up with a runner's foot motion.
shoes are designed for neutral pronation and supination.
Support shoes are designed for mild to moderate overpronation.
support shoes are designed for severe overpronation.
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shoes are for runners who run daily and/or run high-mileage. Premium shoes use high-end materials and the latest technology to enhance comfort.
shoes are for runners who run daily and/or run high-mileage. Standard shoes use time-tested technologies and materials to meet the needs of consistent running.
shoes are for runners who want shoes for faster paced training, such as tempo runs and interval workouts. Performance shoes are also suitable for daily training but will tend to wear faster than Standard and Premium shoes.
shoes are for runners looking for peak performance in racing 5K to marathon distances and beyond. Racing shoes are also suitable for fast-paced interval sessions. Durability is sacrificed to save weight.
shoes are designed for running on asphalt and concrete.
shoes are designed for running on asphalt, concrete and well-groomed, broad trails.
shoes are designed for running on hard, natural surfaces such as granite, sandstone, rocky terrain and hard-packed dirt.
shoes are designed for running on a mixture of natural surfaces from rocky, to loose dirt, to wood chips and similar.
shoes are designed for running on soft ground such as muddy terrain and damp, grassy fields.
refers to the height difference between the heel and the forefoot of the shoe. The heel is usually higher than the forefoot but is never lower than the forefoot. Some runners believe a lower offset leads to more efficient running. Traditional running shoes have 10-13mm offsets. Moving from higher to lower heel-toe offsets may require a transition period.
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3mm - 4mm
5mm - 6mm
7mm - 8mm
9mm - 10mm
Stack height refers to how much shoe is between your foot and the ground. For this search, stack height refers to how much shoe is under your forefoot, as the heel height will be equal to or greater than the forefoot height.
1-8mm. The shoe generally does not have a midsole and feels like there is no cushioning. This shoe is all about feeling the ground.
9-13mm. The shoe has a thin midsole but there is a lack of cushioning. Racing shoes and minimalist shoes are common here and there is a feeling of being connected to the road.
14-18mm. The shoe has a midsole and may have added cushioning technologies. Performance and trail shoes are common here and there is still a good feel for the ground.
19-23mm. The shoe has a traditional midsole height. Standard and Premium shoes are common here and cushioning technologies are prevalent. Feeling of the ground varies.
24-29mm. The shoe has a thick midsole and extra cushioning. There is less feel for the ground and more feel of the shoe.
30mm plus. The shoe has an extremely thick midsole and extra cushioning. The focus is on feeling a soft shoe and not really feeling the ground.
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