The best running shoes for low arches

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The best running shoes for low arches
Getting the right running shoes for your feet is important to prevent wear and tear. (legs and feet image by jimcox40 from

Runners with low arch feet tend to overpronate by excessively rolling their feet inward. Over time, this causes injuries. Runners with low arch feet should opt for motion control shoes because they have a medial post in the sole that offers firmer support and helps in correct pronation. Wearing the correct running shoes can prevent wear and tear to your body, not to mention make your running experience more bearable. Here are the best-reviewed motion control running shoes from the top running websites for 2010.

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 10

This sneaker is best for neutral to mild pronators. It offers optimum stability and provides good cushioning. It is the newest version of Brooks' most popular running shoes. The mesh upper keeps your feet cool while helping your feet properly pronate. These shoes received a Best Update Award from Runner's World.

Nike LunarGlide+

Nike LunarGlide+ is best suited for mild overpronators. It has a strip of firm foam on the medial side that provides a minimum amount of stability. The shoes are soft, lightweight and flexible, but they provide good support for your running feet. These versatile shoes can be used for running on asphalts or on trails. These sneakers were awarded the Best Debut award from Runner's World.

Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS

The Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS is best for heavy runners and overpronators. These shoes are flexible and have extra cushioning. In addition, its support post gives good inward support so that your feet do not roll inward too much when you run. Runner's World gave raving reviews for its improved flexibility and its excellent pronation control.

Asics Gel Evolution 5

The Gel Evolution 5 is the most supportive of Asics' Motion Control running shoes. These shoes are for runners who excessively overpronate because it offers excellent stability without the heavyweight sometimes caused by over-cushioning.

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