Shoe Fitting Process Ankle Types: People have different arches, some are flat others are high, and others fall somewhere in between. Whether or not a runner overpronates or supinates it all comes down to your ankles.
So what is the goal ? A shoe which does not allow you to overpronate or supinate, but keeps your foot in the Neutral position.
General Shoe information: Here we have 3 major categories: Stability, Moderate Stability and Neutral Cushioned. Stability Runners who need a Stability shoe have arches that overpronate (or collapse inwardly). They also feature dual density material in the midsole to stop your foot from overpronating.
Neutral Cushioned shoes are intended for runners who have a higher arch, which does not pronate, or collapses in very slightly. Neutral Cushioned shoes have very little or no pronation support, and usually offer the most cushioning. iRun is committed to selling the perfect functional shoe to all our costumers.
The NOW & BEFORE shoe fitting process THIS IS WHAT WE DO !