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I ordered some trail running shoes last week and I've just managed to wear them round the house as I've been ill.
I thought that, unlike with normal running shoes, it doesn't matter which trail shoes you get as they don't cater for neutrals, over pronators etc.
However, the shoes that I bought, Nike Air Alvord 9, feel a little weird. I can feel the insole at the arches of my feet. Depending on which shop I go to/what day of the week it is/what I've had for lunch, I'm either neutral or a slight over pronator. I'm wondering if these will push my feet and make it more likely that I'll get injured.
The Nikes that I've bought, I've since noticed, are listed as high arch trainers. Is this normal in trail shoes or should I be sending them back?
I bought the Nikes because I have Nike Air Pegasus for normal daily wear and I know that my feet are comportable in them.