Er, yes! In a word!
Slip o' wind me as me Dad says! I can give you proof...
I had them recommended as I 'over pronate' apparently! Must say, cracking pair of trainers and I really like them. Mind you, for the price I should bleedin' frame them!
I hope you don't mind a bit of female input on this one. I wear the ladies version of the gts 8, and while I could do to lose another couple of stone, I wouldn't say I was that "wobbly". The main reason I have them is due to the support they give against over pronation. I also have very wide feet, and they were the most comfortable in terms of width out of what was available at the time (a few sauconys and new balance were recommended as well).
I wouldn't worry about what others think. If they're serious enough runners to really know about shoes, they'll be too busy running their own race. If they're right for you, then you should wear them. You shouldn't be thinking about fashions/insinuations, more about wearing what suits your feet and gait best.
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