Overpronation shoes

Overpronation happens when the arch of your foot collapses as your foot hits the ground. Browse our shoes for overpronation below for a comfy, supported fit.

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22 running shoes

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Overpronation running shoes

Overpronation running shoes are designed to add additional support, providing stability for people who overpronate as they walk or run. There's no one correct way to run, but the right pair of shoes can help you stabilize and enjoy additional comfort as you train.

Protect your feet with overpronation shoes

The best running shoes for overpronation depends on your unique needs and preferences. Look for something that lets you strike the ground in a way that's comfortable for your feet and body while providing stability to help reduce issues as you run.

The Adrenaline GTS 22 shoes boast DNA LOFT that runs from the heel to the front of the shoe for a smooth stride as well as the GuideRails® holistic support system to reduce excess motion. Other Brooks shoes that overpronators might enjoy include the Levitate GTS 6 and the Glycerin GTS 20.

Do you need overpronation running shoes?

This is a personal decision. However, if you notice your shoes wear faster on the inside of the sole or arch or you are uncomfortable when running, that can be a sign you need more support. Check out the lineup of Brooks running shoes that are good for overpronators to find that support and up your running performance and enjoyment.