The Best Stability Control Running Shoes

The Best Stability Control Running Shoes
Running shoes that fall under the "stability control" category are typically characterized by its thick support structure, firm arch and heel sole, snug fit and low responsiveness. It is built with a mechanism device on the medial (arch side) of your shoe to reduce over-pronation.

New Balance 1225

This shoe has plenty of stability, with an open and breathable upper fit. It's great for runners who enjoy shoes with a breathable snug fit, yet are firm and stable. New Balance 1225 has impressive cushioning and flexibility considering its thick support. It offers increased stability and support, especially for bigger runners who need plenty of durability.

New Balance 1225
(800) 253-7463
newbalance.com

Puma Complete Vectana

This model has plenty of stability control, and it also has a roomy forefoot, which makes it comfortable. It is equipped with a thick layer of foam and heel cushioning to provide runners with a soft landing. Works best for bigger runners who prefer running outdoors, as this shoe provides lots of protection from landing hard, which tends to happen on outdoor surfaces.

Puma Complete Vectana
(888) 565-7862
pumarunning.com

Nike Lunarglide

This Nike shoe is lightweight, has outstanding stability and is also stylish. It is rated to have an impressive pronation control system, which is useful for overpronating runners. It has a narrow heel design and a sloped support in its midsole. It has a very soft underfoot as well, which makes the hard outdoor terrain a lot more tolerable for trail runners.

Nike Lunarglide
(800) 595-6453
nikerunning.com

Article Written By Rona Aquino

Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.

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