In 2005 I was lucky enough to be gait analysed on a treadmill. The sports coach and the shop owner were both baffled by my gait (no idea why) and stated that they didn't know what type of shoe is for me but probably a stability shoe.
This year, as part of an assessment by a physio for help to overcome a calcaneous stress fracture injury, I was asked to stand still and photos were taken of my ankles. They showed 'slight overpronation', recommended to stick with stability shoes.
What is confusing me slightly: when I do the wet tile test it shows a normal arch, the tread wear on my (stability) shoes shows wear only on the very outside edge of the sole (heel to toes).
Is the wear being limited to the outside proving that the stability shoes are doing the right thing? I should stop concerning myself?
On a further note, having been assessed for ski boot fitting, my shins (lower legs) are both quite heavily bowed. To the point that the boot fitter couldn't find a boot that could be modified enough to correct my "cant". I assume this would have a natural effect of putting the outside edges of my shoes down first.
Apologies if this has been asked before, I did search but I may not have picked up the right thread....????