Most running shoes are designed to help specific problems that people may have when it comes to running, this is important for most runners, since almost no one has the perfect foot or the perfect gait. These shoes are specially designed for wide feet, flat arches and flat feet; they have many integrated benefits to help people with these specific problems, so that they may have a better longer run.
- Especially designed for the moderate overpronator
- Reinforces stability and cushion
- Internal support saddle
- Moisture managing sockliner
- Rubber sole
- Not as wide as advertized
- Only comes in one color
The Brooks Women’s Ariel 12 Running shoes are all around great everyday shoes and specially designed for running, these shoes can be worm to almost any activity throughout the day. They are extremely well designed and come in a Silver/Purplish color that give them a look that go with any type of casual clothing.
These shoes are durable and are made of synthetic fibers with breathable mesh that allow for long comfortably fresh runs. The shoes are designed with a rubber sole that is able to provide great traction on all kinds of surfaces, the soles are designed to prevent slippage on different surfaces, even when they’re wet. They are also very comfortable and flexible to help you get the motion you need while running, and have great ankle support to prevent twisting.
They are specifically designed for the over-pronator who requires a combination of reinforced stability and cushioning, internal support saddles that keep your foot securely locked into place for minimal movement while running, and also have a moisture-managing element sockliner that promotes a cooler drier inner environment.
Brooks shoes are top of the line and preferred by many runners due to their reputation and style, these shoes are specially designed for arch support and to help overpronation for a more natural gait and better more comfortable run, if you are looking for good running shoes these are a good candidate to consider for a run and long term use.
She is a busy ER nurse in the Houston Metro area, and in her spare time you can usually find her training for an upcoming marathon. She has been dealing with flat feet her entire life, and is well informed when it comes to finding supportive and comfortable running shoes. Jennifer also has a great sense of style, and is looking forward to writing about fashion and running shoes for flat feet.
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