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Yesterday I had a running analysis done (Asics treadmill) where your running gait is analysed I had not done this for a couple of years, and the guys in the shop have recommended I go for a pair of Nike LunarGlide +4's. Apparently because I slightly over pronante (have always had problems with shin splints the last 6 years), these are a good 'automatic slight re-correction/leveller' apparently I was explained that basically they can level off any slight over pronation, but at the same time, if they are not needed, the way they work means that they don't 'over compensate' unless required as it were.
I just wondered if anyone has a pair and can recommend? I will try anything - bearing in mind I have swapped trainers a lot over the last few years, going from one extreme to the other (Brooks with extra heel cushioning) to Vibram five fingers, mimicking bare foot running. The Nike LunarGlide +4's are supposed to be a good mid range/compromise between the two??...