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The Best Support/Stability Running Shoes for Overpronation 2024

If you’re a runner, you’ll already know the importance of selecting the right shoe for your running gait, whether you’re a neutral runner, an overpronator or you underpronate.

Over 70% of runners over-pronate to some degree, with the foot rolling inwards excessively through the footstrike, placing strain on the lower leg, knees, hips and lower back. That means most of us will find ourselves looking for a good support shoe to help slow down that excessive inwards movement. A great support shoe helps guide the foot into a more biomechanically efficient position, helping to reduce the risk of injury and optimising the footstrike for better performance.

Here are our top-of-the-range recommendations for overpronators:



Experience adaptive stability and softer-than-ever cushioning with the new ASICS GEL-KAYANO™ 31.

This revolutionary edition of a legendary shoe delivers an improvement on the GEL-KAYANO™ 30 with increased comfort, innovative stability and support. Featuring a 4D GUIDANCE SYSTEM™ and PureGEL™ Technology, this revolutionary shoe delivers adaptive stability with more comfort than ever before. The GEL-KAYANO® 31 is designed for neutral runners and overpronators.


Weight: 305g

Drop: 10mm

Stack height: 40mm (Heel) / 30mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fits.

Features: A 4D-Guidance system for stability and FF-Blast+ ECO foam & PureGEL technology for cushioning and comfort.

Discover more about the ASICS GEL-KAYANO™ 31 here

2. Saucony Tempus

Meet the Saucony Tempus - a revolutionary experience that's the first of its kind. It's got that incredible superfoam bounce you've been missing combined with the adaptive guidance system you need to perform at your best. Ensuring your feet remain fresh and comfortable throughout your run, the Saucony Tempus Running Shoes have a lightweight, breathable mesh upper.


Weight: 252g

Drop: 8mm

Stack height: 36.5mm (Heel) / 28.5mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in standard width only.

Features: The Tempus features a PWRRUN PB Midsole which is a shock-absorbing cushion underfoot and is 40% lighter than previous versions.

3. Brooks Glycerin 21 GTS

Lace up and head out in supreme comfort. For the Glycerin GTS 21 Running Shoe, Brooks have added 2mm more super soft DNA LOFT v3 cushioning for extra plushness, while their innovative GuideRails support system keeps you comfortably in stride. Plus an updated, streamlined upper adds breathability.


Weight: 297.7g

Drop: 10mm

Stack height: 38mm (Heel) / 28mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in standard width only.

Features: GTS Guiderails provide structure and whole-body support, plus a DNA LOFT v3 Midsole with super-soft nitrogen-infused cushioning maximises softness and provides supreme comfort.

4. Mizuno Wave Horizon 7

Built to offer top of the range cushioning with pronation support for the mild/moderate over pronator. The Mizuno Wave Horizon 7 effectively mirrors the Wave Sky 7 cushioned shoe with the additional pronation support should you require it.


Weight: Men's 335g / Women's 280g

Drop: 8mm

Stack height: 41mm (Heel) / 33mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in standard width only.

Features: It includes Mizuno Enerzy Core / Mizuno Enerzy for soft cushioning and high energy return and a Smooth Stretch Woven to maintain the correct foot position with a soft fit.

5. Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 4

Support is all around you with the Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 4.

Featuring all-new ReactX foam, stretchy Flyknit and a wider midsole which offers a system of support that moves you smoothly through every stride.


Weight: 353g (Men's) / 281g (Women's)

Drop: 9mm

Stack height: 39mm (Heel) / 30mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in standard width only.

Features: A generous helping of ReactX foam provides supportive cushioning for a smooth run, plus Flyknit upper for breathability and comfort.

Also available in GORETEX versions (RRP. £174.99)

Here are our mid-range recommendations for overpronators:

If your budget doesn’t stretch to £150+ then try some of the following options which are still more than suitable for marathon distance training.

6. Mizuno Wave Inspire 20

The Wave Inspire 20 is Mizuno's iconic supportive running shoe for everyday running and designed for runners with overpronation, capitalizing on stability, comfort and propulsion. This version features super soft Enerzy cushioning to absorb shock and give you energy return with each stride, powering your momentum.


Weight: 305g

Drop: 12mm

Stack height: 37.5mm (Heel) / 25.5mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: Features include the MIZUNO ENERZY FOAM for cushioning and energy return in the entire midsole, a MIZUNO WAVE plate which offers utmost stability and support for overpronators, a durable X-10 carbon rubber outsole which lessens the impact of strikes, plus a supportive sole and gusset tongue construction.

7. ASICS GT2000 12

The ASICS GT-2000 12 is a versatile stability running shoe that's functional for various distances. Now with upgraded FlyteFoam BLAST+ technology, this workhorse shoe is now lighter and has a smoother heel-to-toe transition.

The midsole of the ASICS GT-2000 12 also contains rearfoot PureGEL technology, which absorbs the impact of each foot strike and provides a smoother transition as your foot rolls. This conserves energy and provides soft, bouncy cushioning. Completing the midsole is a 3D Guidance System which helps provide advanced stability for a smoother stride.


Weight: 270g

Drop: 8mm

Stack height: 36mm (Heel) / 28mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: The ASICS GT-2000 12 includes FlyteFoam BLAST+ and PureGEL technologies to absorb shock and provide softness and bounce, plus a 3D Guidance System for stability for a smoother stride.

8. Brooks Adrenaline GTS 23

Brooks most-loved support shoe has had an update with the Adrenaline GTS 23 for their smoothest ride ever.

Now with lighter cushioning, it offers a perfect balance of support and softness that results in a smooth ride for miles at every speed.


Weight: 286.3g

Drop: 12mm

Stack height: 35mm (Heel) / 23mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: The Adrenaline GTS 22 includes Strategic 3D Fit Print which gives stretch and structure to the upper, a DNA Loft V2 Midsole for lighter-weight softer cushioning and GuideRails Holistic Support System which provides structure and support.

9. Nike Air Zoom Structure 25

With stability where you need it, cushion where you want it, the Nike Structure 25 supports you for long miles, short training runs and even a down-and-back before the day ends. It's the stability you seek, loyal from the first tie-up, tried and trusted, with a midfoot system that's fully supportive and more comfortable cushioning than before.


Weight: 322g

Drop: 10mm

Stack height: 37.7mm (Heel) / 27.7mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: A Heel Counter which cradles the heel to promote a firm fit, a Zoom Air Unit placed in the forefoot to minimize joint stress and increase bounce-back, a Foam Midsole for a plush feeling as your foot hits the ground and Flex Grooves which create flexibility whilst vertical grooves create stability.

10. New Balance 860v13

The latest entry in the series, the New Balance Fresh Foam X 860v13, augments the pinnacle cushioning experience of Fresh Foam X with a supportive medial post to provide essential stability. Built for reliability over the long haul and sustained comfort over all distances, the 860 is a true go-to training shoe.


Weight: 309g

Drop: 10mm

Stack height: 27mm (Heel) / 17mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: The New Balance 860v13 includes Fresh Foam and a FuelCell Midsole which offers flexible cushioning that reduces the pressure placed on the foot and springy rebounds for an energetic feel.

11. HOKA Gaviota 5

A premium stability shoe, the HOKA Gaviota 5 returns this season, as plush as ever.

Forget what you thought you knew about stability shoes. The Gaviota 5's new stabilizing H-Frame has allowed HOKA to implement softer foams than ever before.


Weight: 310g

Drop: 6mm

Stack height: 36mm / 30mm (Men's) and 34mm / 28mm (Women's)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: The HOKA Gaviota 5 includes an EVA Midsole which is cushioned, comfortable and provides exceptional support, plus a H-Frame Midfoot for increased support and midfoot lockdown.

12. Saucony Guide 17

Saucony's latest iteration of the long standing Guide series offers mild pronation support coupled with cushioning suitable for high mileage road training. Effectively a Saucony Ride 17 with the additional pronation support. Go up the range to the Tempus if you want more cushioning than this, go to the Omni if you require higher levels of pronation support.


Weight: Men's 269g / Women's 232g

Drop: 6mm

Stack height: 35mm (Heel) / 29mm (Forefoot)

Width: Available in both standard and wide fit.

Features: The Guide 17's broader platform creates a stable platform, elevated sidewalls hug the foot and PWRRUN foam cushions the foot through the gait cycle.

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