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Is this model 110039?

2017/03/03 SC Dennis

Yes

hi i usually use brooks beast for walking, understand addiction walker is almost as good for pronation. i have very flat feet and use inserts. first is the above correct, ie with inserts would support be reasonable close to beast. and set is the sizing and fit the same as the beast, so if i get an 11.5 2e, would i get the same in the addiciton walker or would i need to be fitted. best, arnold

2017/02/22 redwood city, ca arnold

The Addiction Walker is a great option for overpronation - it is highly supportive and it does have removable insoles, so you can

The Addiction Walker is a great option for overpronation - it is highly supportive and it does have removable insoles, so you can use your custom inserts. The sizing between these shoes should be the same; however, the Addiction Walker is made with a leather upper material, so it may fit a bit more snug. Read More

I have plantis Fasitias ...and some spurs in my heel ... Dyad's or Waltkers

2017/01/27 Fort Lauderdale sal

These two shoes are similar except the Dyad offers a "Neutral" base, whereas the Addiction Walker offers a "Support" base for

These two shoes are similar except the Dyad offers a "Neutral" base, whereas the Addiction Walker offers a "Support" base for added stability - we suggest choosing based on your support/stability needs! Read More

I WEAR A 10 IN NEW BALANCE AND TRIED ON THE 10 IN ADDICTION AND IT WAS SUPER TIGHT. SHOULD I GET A 10.5 IN A WIDER WIDTH OR AN 11 MEDIUM?

2017/01/27 cherry hill nj anniegirl

You need at least a thumbs worth of space between the end of your shoe and your toes. If the shoe felt like it was too tight on

You need at least a thumbs worth of space between the end of your shoe and your toes. If the shoe felt like it was too tight on the outside of your foot than you should get a bigger width. Read More

I have the addiction Walker with a lot of miles on them. They still have more life but not they squeak. It's very annoying. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks

2017/01/05 Gilbert AZ Mr. B

Performance running shoes have an expected life of 300-500 miles or 3-6 months. It may be time to get those shoes updated! If you

Performance running shoes have an expected life of 300-500 miles or 3-6 months. It may be time to get those shoes updated! If you have your own inserts in the shoes, that may cause a noise but you can try putting a powder and newspaper in the shoes overnight to get any excess moisture out as well! Read More