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COACH_DENISE Posts: 8,427
11/15/12 10:22 P

It's best to go to your local shoe store that does professional fittings. They can find the right shoe for you and your feet so that you make sure you have the correct fit. With that said though, this article has some information about finding the right shoe:

Coach Denise

XDLOLXP Posts: 8
11/14/12 8:14 P

anyone know of a good pair of walking shoes for low arches/ overpronation? thanks!

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