recently, i've upped my mileage. still training the usual 3-4 times per week but i've shifted from more speedy stuff to more endurance stuff. i'm currently doing approx 30 miles a week and for years and years (probably the last 6 or so now...) i've always had the different versions of the Asics gel DS trainer. quite frankly a brilliant shoe, but, it's geared between speed and endurance, it still has cushioning, yet isn't too heavy. now, i have 2 pairs of these going at the moment but i'm looking at getting a proper long distance shoe to help protect the knees a little more.
i'll admit, i'm a self confessed asics fan. i also like saucony so any of those 2 makes would be ideal if possible. have tried new balance previously and preferred the asics and saucony shoes.
i tend to strike the ground on the more lateral aspect of my foot (outside) which is traditionally "normal". upon standing my arches are slightly shallow, but nothing major by any means. i do not have a valgus/varus deformity and don't invert/evert my foot upon standing or walking. so i'm guessing i need a neutral cushioned shoe.
thanks in advance, sorry for waffling a bit!