Anatomy of a Running Shoe for Flat Feet

Photo of a New Balance and Brooks Running Shoe that are good for those with flat feet.
Finding the right running shoe when you’re flat-footed may feel like a catch-22. Having flat feet means you may tend to overpronate when you run—your foot collapases inward at the ankle too much and overpronation can stress the foot, ankle, knee and hip. Here’s the catch: If a running
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