Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13

Stability running shoe; best for most feet

The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13 continues the Adrenaline line's reputation for solid stability control with a wide base, a mid-foot shank and foam that becomes firmer toward the inside edge of each shoe. The Adrenaline GTS 13 provides a great fit with comfortable, responsive cushioning, and is durable enough to withstand heavy use.
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K-Swiss Kwicky Blade-Light
K-Swiss Kwicky Blade-Light

Best lightweight stability running shoe

The K-Swiss Kwicky Blade-Light is one of the lightest, most flexible and responsive stability running shoes we evaluate. Its 10 mm heel-to-toe drop keeps it from being considered a true minimalist shoe, but reviewers rave about the glove-like fit and surprising stability.
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Brooks Beast/Ariel '12
Brooks Beast/Ariel '12

Best motion-control running shoe

Reviewers say it's pretty much impossible to overpronate in the Brooks Beast '12 and its equivalent for women, the Brooks Ariel '12. These shoes are particularly well suited for supporting heavier runners, but still responsive enough for lighter folk. Previously known for their clunky look, the newest entries in the Beast/Ariel line have undergone a much-appreciated cosmetic redesign.
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Brooks Ghost 5
Brooks Ghost 5

Best running shoe for high arches

Neutral-cushioning shoes like the lightweight Brooks Ghost 5 work well for runners with a neutral stride or underpronators -- those with high arches who tend to run on the outer edges of their feet. The Ghost 5 adapts well to various foot strikes and offers a springy, smooth and comfortable ride.
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