If your looking for a seriously comfortable shoe to deal with your overpronation then you need to check out the ASICS GEL EVOLUTION 6. I love the Asics Gel line, they provide great support, and the gel packets that they’re named for add a serious degree of comfort to your run.
With the ASICS GEL EVOLUTION 6 things were taken to a new level with a few minor changes, for starters they put in maximum wedge support at the base to fortify the shoe and give it an easier transition from heel to toe. Also there’s more support in the midsole on the Evolution line than you would normally find on other ASICS, which means extra support for you as an overpronator.
Okay, now for the downside. The one problem most people have with these, as well as any shoe with multiple stability features, is the weight. If your not accustomed to wedge support and the denser midsole then you might feel that a motion control shoe like this one is heavy and bulky. It’s a bit of a trade off, and only you can decide if it’s right for you. If your overpronation isn’t that bad then maybe you should consider the Saucony Hurricane 15
. But if you’re a severe overpronator then I would go with the Asics Gel Evolution 6. It’s going to provide you with the support you need.
Men's NIKE ZOOM STRUCTURE Triax+ 15 and the
Women's NIKE ZOOM STRUCTURE Triax+ 15
If you are looking for a good pair of running shoes for flat feet then you've found it! The NIKE Zoom Structure Triax+15 It covers all the bases and keeps you comfortable and overpronation free! The stability aspects are fairly standard: a slight give on the outside of the heel, denser foam under the arch and a plastic shank in the arch for added support. All pretty standard stuff. The part that makes it my favorite is how comfortable it is. It’s a nice snug fit meant to hold your foot in place with enough cushion to not feel constricting. The inside has a low shaped arch, keeping it comfortable for people with flat feet or just a low arch. The upper mesh is breathable and comfortable. And the mesh liner keeps your feet cool and dry. The Sole has deep grooves to provide flexibility so your foot is able to roll naturally through the step, and the grip is great for running on wet concrete.
All in all it’s a nice light weight shoe that provides durability, comfort and the support your arches need. If your trying to find some good running shoes for flat feet to help correct overpronation then I highly recommend the Nike Zoom Structure Triax+ 15. Trust me your feet will thank you!