Rolf Devinci Sports: New Balance 767
During the Tour coverage I did some surfing on the internet after doing the "wet foot" test to reconfirm my arch. It turns out I(still) have a normal(medium)arch with mild overpronation and would require a stability shoe with moderate arch support and medial stability. Being a heavy runner I would also require a shoe with good stiffness and durability.
If I have custom orthotics for running and have pronation, what is a good training shoe?
I run half marathons, and have used the Brooks MONSTER and the New Balance 767, but now they're totally dead. Any suggestions? I've also suffered from stress fractures and plantars fascitiis in the past year.
Go to a specialist running store, adn they will "fit" you in a pair of shoes (watch you run in several styles, brands etc).
Be sure to put your insoles in each of the shoes before trying them, as clearly that is how you intend to use