Missed opportunity in this article to educate the unaware on the uselessness of stability shoes. This article goes astray by conflating the results of the Cochrane review with one expert's biased view that "super shoes" and in general cushioned and rockered footwear are somehow "bad" for runners.
Had the author of the article just focused on the Cochrane Review's results which confirmed that stability shoes offer no injury reduction benefit then this article could have produced some useful conclusions.
For example, the article could have pointed out the futility of those gimmicky 3D foot scanning machines that store like Fleet Feet, to name one example, use to dupe customers into thinking they "need" unnecessary expensive stability shoes and pricey orthotic insoles products. It's quite common for customers to walk into one of these stores and walk out with not just a pair of shoes but also a $50 pair of insoles.
Instead of using the Cochrane meta analysis to bring attention to the Stability vs Neutral shoe debate the author tapped a known evangelist for the long dead minimalist movement, Dr Kevin Vincent. As a result, cushioned shoes and plated shoes, the best shoes that currently exist, were lampooned by this author and his biased agenda driven "expert" source.