18 Best Walking Shoes in 2024 | Tested and Expert-Recommended

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Best for Overpronation

  • Pros: Stabilizing design, well-cushioned
  • Cons: Not particularly bouncy

If you tend to overpronate when you walk, which, again, is when your foot rolls inward as you step, Dr. Abraham recommends this breathable, supportive sneaker from Brooks. SELF’s director of fitness and food has logged hundreds of miles in her pair, and calls the Adrenaline GTS 23 “a legit savior” for her feet and legs. “I’m an overpronator, and if I’m not careful about my shoe choice, I way-too-frequently end up sidelined with some annoying lower leg injuries.” She also finds that the shoe’s stability GuideRails (which are essentially two lines of firm foam that run along either side of the heel) help reduce excess motion while she’s on the move. “And,” she concludes, “I love its light, moderate cushioning that’s comfy without being too much.”

  • Available sizes: 5 to 12 | Available widths: narrow, medium, wide, extra-wide | Materials: mesh, foam, nylon, rubber | Weight: 9 ounces | Heel-to-toe drop: 12 millimeters | Closure style: laces | Colors: 19 options


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