Re: N E suggestions on a really good shoe
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Posted by Ed on April 24, 1998 at 14:11:33:
How about cross-trainers? They're generally heavier than running, or walking or court shoes, but that gets you more lateral support, arch support, and cushioning. I bought Saucony Grid 3Ds & I think they helped quite a bit. They were about $105 in Rochester, NY at the end of Jan. I don't recall the NBs that I tried on, but they seemed much less supportive.
What really counts is fit to *your* foot and *your* comfort. So go to a store with a good selection especially in widths, and try on NB, Reebok, Saucony, etc. I felt an immediate relief when I put the right shoes on. I hope you do too.
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