Adidas Supernova Control 10

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Adidas Supernova Control 10

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Stability model with an extended Pro-Moderator unit in the midsole. Overall fit and comfort are good and even long-term fans of the Supernova Control were impressed with this more stable update. Continue reading

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11 user reviews of Adidas Supernova Control 10 See all

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lovly shoe, but only use them for running. also good value for money if you shop round. Continue reading...
Excellent allround running shoe. Continue reading...
I have tried a number of different shoes in the last few years and had worn most of the available Asics shoes. The recurring problem I had was blisters and bruised toes. On any run of 10km or more, I would ge Continue reading...
TRIED THE SUPERNOVA A FEW YEARS AGO BUT REALLY RUBBED THE INNER ARCH. NOT ANY MORE THOUGH A TOTALLY BETTER SHOE, REALLY IMPRESSED, COMFORT AND CONTROL. Continue reading...
I used to wear nimbus but after an op and a pin in my right foot my left foot seemed to overcompensate and was bending in like a banana, so am now wearing stability shoes. I tried GT2120 and these in the shop, Continue reading...

Discussions

Can anyone recommend trainers that deal with over-pronation and permit orthotics? I've tried several (Ascis Kayano, Saucony and Mizuno Wave), but no good. I've been running with an ITB problem for months and my podiatrist recommeded orthotics but no advice on shoes.

Posted: 11/07/2008 at 18:05

Have you got orthotics now Debbie? Shoes can only do so much (obviously!)  I have orthotics and there's not a pair of shoes in the world that could replace them for how they help me. ETA - have you managed to get rid of the ITB problem at all? Are you seeing a physio?

Posted: 11/07/2008 at 18:07

my understanding (which may be wrong) were that orthotics were worn with neutral shoes?

Posted: 11/07/2008 at 18:10


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It kind of depends on the orthotics...  you get over the counter jobbies which some peeps put in any type fo running trainer depending on need...  Most custom made ones are made to give you all the correction you need and should usually be put into a neutral shoe or you risk being overcorrected...  Mine are in neutral shoes.  But I haven't used them since I started POSE running and no problems so far...  *touch wood*

Posted: 11/07/2008 at 19:27

Thanks all for your advice. 'Little Engine', my ITB prob has subsided, but reappears now and again, particularly after long runs at pace. I've seen numerous physios, but all have said to persevere with orthotics and it should eventually go.  I'll stick to the neutral shoes for now. Thanks guys.

Posted: 12/07/2008 at 16:04

Hi

I suffered from ITB and also wear orthotics. Am currently running in Brooks Radius which I seem to get on with. Like you had tried lots of other makes.

ITB probs, try strengthening your glutes and lengthen TFL before and after running.

Posted: 12/07/2008 at 20:50

Thanks Porkey. I've just order Ascis Evolution 4, so I'll give them a try first. If no good, I'll give Brooks Radius a go. I do a lot of yoga, which I find really good to ward off other injuries, but haven't tried stretching off the TFL before a run.

Posted: 13/07/2008 at 20:24



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