Posted: 21/09/2015 at 14:55
You could try taking a look at runningwarehouse.com for a similar shoe if you are sure you like it - the GT1000 is more for mild pronation. But personally I'd go for a neutral shoe as there is no evidence that so-called pronation control actually reduces injury frequency.
The most important factor is whether it feels comfortable to you, and it will be difficult to get that by mail order. There is every possibility that a cheap shoe or remaindered last year's model in a real shop that you can visit would work better for you than something you mail-order because it sounds good or fits preconceptions. You might say it's hard in the shop to predict whether it will give any relief from joint pains, but that's even more true of mail order. Anyway, the way you land will adapt itself to the surface and cushioning you have, so a huge amount of padding isn't the automatic answer. A shop is also more like to put up with a couple of returns, or tests on a treadmill, than a you are likely willing to spend on several times postage to a netshop.