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I've been and had my gait analysed today and the video showed that I run with a neutral left foot/leg, but have a slight pronation on my right foot.
After some discussion I went with a neutral - cushioned pair a Asics trainers.
The assistant was telling me that my right foot was only slightly pronating, but if it had been on both feet, or slightly worse, he may have considered recommending a support shoe, but as it was this would probably do more harm to my left foot than it would help my right.
Surely there must be lots of people who have slightly different running actions like this (or maybe I'm just running strangely), so why aren't there any shoes that can be neutral on one foot and supportive on the other? Is it that this would really mess up my action more than using a neutral pair, or is it just that this would be too much hassle for the manufacturers?