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      11-17-2011, 08:30 PM   #57
Bumer
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Originally Posted by ///M Ryder View Post
Bumer, you have got to listen to your body. If you didn't have knee pain prior to running then you might want to try another pair of shoes. Remember, the running shoe company can only make a recommendation......you'll have to try several shoes before you find the right one..........Phil
Hi Phil, have not seen you in a while. How are you, how's your knee?

I had a thought that may be the shoes I have are not the right ones.
Since I have flat arch and overpronator, shoe store recommended shoes with support for the arch. But what if my legs don't want any support?

So, I got three more different pairs of shoes, but have not had a chance to try them yet, "thanks" to my knee. All those shoes are regular without support:




When my knee heals, will try to run in them, and see if they give me any problems.

These shoes were on some ridiculous sale at factory store, so I decided to get more than just one pair.
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