Motion Control walking shoes are designed for walkers who need maximum stability and support.

This type of walker has arches that pronate excessively with each step, and often have flat feet (little or no arch). Walkers who have low arches typically over-pronate more than runners with higher arches, although this is not always true. Those walkers who have a heavier build and overpronate will usually have more success with a motion control shoe versus a stability shoe as the broader platform (straigter last) will provide them with the additional foundation of support they need. The walker who over-pronates has arches that collapse as their body weight comes down, allowing their feet to excessively roll to the inside (or medial side).  To prevent your feet from over-pronating, Motion Control walking shoes feature midsoles with supportive features, usually a firmer area of EVA foam called a dual density post. The post is a usually a darker color, and works by reinforcing the medial side of the shoe. Some Motion Control walking shoes feature equal posting on each side of the shoe making it a good choice for the heavier person who underpronates/supinates.

Motion Control

Motion Control

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