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For overpronators, finding the right pair of shoes can be a challenge to say the least. Those with mild to severe overpronation will want to invest in a pair of stability running shoes that is designed to sufficiently support their foot's striking pattern.

However, the search doesn’t conclude there. What if you plan on using your new runners as an everyday casual option too? Or maybe you just want to hit the pavement in style. Regardless of the motivation, tracking down a pair of stability running shoes that will also function sartorially can be an even bigger headache. If you’re looking to get the most out of your sneakers and avoid laughter and strange looks along the way, don’t stress, Sneaker Report is here with 10 Stability Running Shoes That Won't Ruin Your Street Cred.

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things ’90s, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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Brooks Pure Cadence 2
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No. 10 – Brooks Pure Cadence 2

Colorway: Blue/Red/Green (407)
Key tech: Brooks DNA cushioning

Designed with a lightweight, minimal construction, the Brooks Pure Cadence 2 is a sleek stability runner loaded with proprietary tech like DNA cushioning. The Pure Cadence 2 uses an internal PDRB post to help control pronation, and comes in a royal blue based colorway with red laces, allowing it to be easily included in your outfit.

$108 

adidas Supernova Sequence 6
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No. 9 – adidas Supernova Sequence 6

Colorway: Black/Metallic Silver/Electricity
Key tech: Pro-Moderator midsole

The adidas Supernova Sequence 6 comes equipped with just the right amount of color pop in this Black/Metallic Silver/Electricity colorway. Attention-grabbing yet somewhat reserved, the Supernova Sequence 6 features a Continental rubber outsole with ZoneMotion technology which allows you to take your run onto more rugged paths.

$120

Nike Zoom Structure 17 Shield
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No. 8 – Nike Zoom Structure+ 17 Shield

Colorway: Black/Reflective Silver/Summit White
Key tech: Dynamic Support heel

The latest addition to the long-running Nike Zoom Structure line features Dynamic Support technology in the heel for added stability and a Phylon and Cushlon combination midsole for dual-density cushioning. Further support is added by Dynamic Flywire cables on the clean, black and reflective upper. This Shield version of the Zoom Structure+ 17 is equipped with Nike’s Durable Water-Repellant finish and added reflective overlays for runs in low visibility situations.

$130 

Asics GT-1000
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No. 7 – Asics GT-1000

Colorway: Royal/White/Red
Key tech: Gel cushioning

Don’t be fooled by the GT-1000’s clean design, this runner is all business. Making use of DuoMax dual-density foam on the medial area for pronation control, the Asics GT-1000 will keep you comfortable and safe. Its mesh and synthetic upper is adorned in a classic red, white, and blue colorway that will shine year-round.

$70

Brooks Ravenna 4
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No. 6 – Brooks Ravenna 4

Colorway: Green/Black/Silver
Key tech: Forefoot Stable Pod Construction

Dressed in a green/black colorway, the Brooks Ravenna 4 is more than capable as a stability runner and offers a clean fall-suited style.  Forefoot Stable Pod Construction is combined with a Heel Caterpillar Crash Pad to add stability and control overpronation. Meanwhile, Brooks’ patented DNA cushioning delivers a responsive, custom feel.

$110

Mizuno Wave Inspire 9
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No. 5 – Mizuno Wave Inspire 9

Colorway: White/Blue
Key tech: SmoothRide Engineering

The Mizuno Wave Inspire 9’s AirMesh construction is sure to keep you cool and dry during runs, and thanks to its well-designed aesthetics, they’ll transition seamlessly into your casual rotation. SmoothRide Engineering is implemented to add flex, while an innovative InnerCool ventilation system helps to keep the foot dry.

$105

adidas adizero Tempo 6
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No. 4 – adidas Adizero Tempo 6

Colorway: Infrared/Tech Silver Metallic/Hero Ink
Key tech: Torsion System

Built with time-tested adidas technologies like adiPrene and Torsion System, the Adizero Tempo 6 is also enhanced with more recent innovations such as its SprintWeb upper. This crispy infrared colorway is vibrant enough to be a statement piece in your outfit without looking too gaudy.

$110

Nike LunarGlide 5 Shield Chicago Marathon
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No. 3 – Nike LunarGlide 5 Shield “Chicago Marathon”

Colorway: Volt/Black/Fusion Red
Key tech: Lunarlon cushioning

Volt and neon green shades have been mainstays on Nike runners since the early ‘90s, and the fluorescent hues look just as good on today’s performance runners as they did 20 years ago. This special edition of the LunarGlide 5 Shield commemorates the recent 2013 Chicago Marathon. Featuring responsive Lunarlon cushioning, supportive Dynamic Flywire cables, and a Dynamic Support heel clip, the LunarGlide 5 is ready to go just about anywhere. To make the package even sweeter, this Shield edition features water-repellant technology and a fully reflective upper.

$150

Asics Gel-Kayano 19
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No. 2 – Asics Gel-Kayano 19

Colorway: Black/Silver
Key tech: DuoMax Support System

All black everything (almost.) When it comes to street cred, there’s no safer bet than a predominantly black colorway. Subtle but menacing, subdued yet rugged, black colorways are favored by athletes and sneaker enthusiasts alike for their versatility and low maintenance. The Asics Gel-Kayano 19 in black/silver fits this mold to a tee and delivers technology that beneficial for overpronators such as a dynamic Duomax Support System, Space Trusstic System, and External Heel Clutching System.

$150

New Balance 990V3
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No. 1 – New Balance 990V3

Colorway: Grey/white
Key tech: Encap

Ask any New Balance enthusiast which one of the brand’s wide variety of colorways reigns supreme and the answer is likely to be nearly unanimous. Grey wins almost every time around. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why, but there’s just something about grey New Balance models that makes them aesthetic winners. The New Balance 990V3 provides tech updates to a classic model and makeup, resulting in one of the best stability running shoes around. Whether you’re taking these for a serious multi-mile run or just catching an afternoon movie, you’re sure to gain cool points along the way with the New Balance 990V3.

$150

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things ’90s, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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