5 Best Motion Control Running Shoes 2010
The 5 best motion control running shoes of 2010 are made for runners who have problems with their feet rolling to far to the inside as they land on each stride and move forward. Commonly referred to as over-pronation, this is likely to occur in people with flat feet. Motion control running shoes should absorb the impact on the inside of the feet to help prevent injury. Below are the best motion control running shoes for 2010.
- Asics Gel Revolution 5: Asics Gel Revolution 5 is one of the best motion control running shoes for 2010. Asics has made this motion control shoe for runners who overpronate and have low arches. The Gel Revolution is also made for to support heavier runners who overpronate and need the additional support.
- Brooks Beast 10: For sever overpronators, the Brooks Beast 10 is one of the best motion control running shoes for 2010. Heavier runners will appreciate the comfort of the Brooks Beast even though it is one of Brooks higher end shoes.
- Nike Zoom Nucleus MC+: Another one of the best motion control running shoes for 2010 is the Nike Zoom Nucleus MC+. Made with more cushioning, the Nucleus MC+ also has an upper and midfoot saddle to properly position the foot. Air units in the heel and forefoot provide extra cushioning to absorb any extra shock.
- Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS: As one of the best motion control running shoes for 2010, the Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS is specifically made for people whose feet roll inward too much and heavy runners. The shoe is made with a support post which prevents the feet from rolling inward. The ProGrid Stabil is a heavy shoe due to the extra cushioning but definitely worth it.
- Mizuno Wave Alchemy 10: An updated version by Mizuno is also one of the best motion control shoes for 2010. The newer version of the Mizuno Wave Alchemy has been updated to include new lace eyelets for better heel locking and an upgraded midsole. The new midsole provides more stability and cushioning.