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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14

Weight: 11.3 oz

The latest version of this popular Brooks’ shoe is the quintessential stability support shoe for overpronators, complete with an extend midsole and the new Segmented Crash Pad to help in the heel-to-toe transition. Runner’s World write that the Adrenaline "boasts all the trappings of a traditional stability model, but rides as smooth as ever.”

$120

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Saucony Guide 7

Weight: 10 oz

With Saucony’s POWERGRID providing a smoother transition from heel to toe -- and weighing just 10 ounces -- the Guide 7 is a great combination of stability and lightweight cushioning.

$120

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Asics GEL-Kayano

Weight: 11.3 oz

The legendary running shoe continues to impress, now in its 20th year, thanks in large part to Asics’ Dynamic DuoMax Support System, which enhances stability and support, without making the shoe too heavy.

$160

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Image via Mizuno

Mizuno Wave Inspire

Weight: 9 oz

One of Mizuno’s most popular shoes celebrates its 10th anniversary, and for good reason -- the U4ic midsole delivers resilient cushioning and control, but at just nine ounces, remains lightweight enough to make it a favorite for runners with moderate overpronation.

$115

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Image via Karhu

Karhu Steady3 Fulcrum

Weight: 8.9 oz

The redesigned Steady3 Fulcrum from the Finnish shoe company - “karhu” translates to “bear” is the ideal mix between support, efficiency and cushioning. Its proprietary EV-iciency midsole makes it responsive, while the open-air mesh upper makes it lightweight (just 8.9 ounces) - perfect for everyday training.

$125

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Image via Nike.com

Nike LunarGlide 6

Weight: 9.6 oz

Nike’s highest-rated stability shoe utilizes its  Dynamic Support platform to cup and support the heel, but without added weight, meaning you get smoother transitions and an outsole that allows your foot to move more naturally. Bonus: it’s completely customizable.

$110

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Image via Newbalance.com

New Balance 860v4

Weight: 10.9 oz

Calling it their “smartest stability shoe yet,” New Balance’s 860v4 offers the latest combination of technology, with stability coming from its T-Beam engineering, and comfort from the ABZORB® crash pad, ACTEVA LITE midsole, and no-sew upper.

$115

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Image via Asics

ASICS GT-2000 2

Weight: 9 oz

The second generation of the GT-2000 carries over much of made the original so great -- specifically the Dynamic DuoMax for comfort and stability -- and now it’s lighter and even more comfortable for a stable ride.

$120

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Image via Saucony

Saucony Omni 13

Weight: 11.2 oz

The new installment of the Omni 13 promises “the solution to overpronating. With the POWERGRID making for a lighter and more flexible ride, and Saucony’s Arch-Lock and Support Frame providing a great fit, this is an ideal show for moderate to high overpronators.

$130

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Brooks Beast ‘12

Weight: 14 oz

Made with flat-footed runners in mind, the Brooks Beast ‘12 offers more support than either the Transcend or Adrenaline GTS 14. It means a bit heavier of a shoe (14 ounces), but it can be worth it for the midsole stability.

$140

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