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Do I have Pronation, Over-Pronation, or Supination?

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by IMJUST CURIOUS, Sep 30, 2020.

  1. IMJUST CURIOUS

    IMJUST CURIOUS New Member


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    When I take off my shoes and look at the bottom of each:

    On the Right shoe: the tread pattern is still intact on the inside portion (Left side) of the heel. The Outside (The right side) portion of the heel is completely worn away.

    On the Left shoe: the tread pattern is still intact on the inside portion (Right side) of the heel. The outside (Left side) portion of the heel is completely worn away.


    When you look at the pair of shoes next to each other they look like this ( I hope this diagram is easy to understand, I'll try to show what they looked like when new, and after being worn):

    When shoes were new:

    ______ ______
    Left Shoe Right Shoe


    After shoes have been worn:

    \_____ _____/
    Left Shoe Right Shoe


    Can you tell which type or "Pronation" I have? I want to purchase new shoes which are designed for people with Pronation, but I need to figure out which type of "Pronation" I have. I have read a lot of things online, but I'm still confused. Thank you in advance for reading my post and for trying to help me. I appreciate it
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Super Moderator

    The wear pattern reflects much more than issues like overpronation and underpronation, so it is it not possible to reach a conclusion based on wear patters.
     
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