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RE: Stability vs Neutral running shoes?
Take it from a guy who started out three and a half years ago in Brooks Beasts and ran his last marathon in Asics Tarthers (probably not enough shoe)-- just try a few different shoes and you'll find something that works for you.
Your achilles tendonitis means your body isn't ready for minimal footwear...yet...
Your biggest concern should be building your mileage slowly and not just jumping up to 65-70.
Take your time. Work towards less shoe. Wear more shoe for long runs on asphalt.
Try some barefoot on grass.
I love MT 101's, 110's for trails.
Lots of perfectly good traditional trainers too. I like my Adidas Tempos.
Ultimately, fit is more important than degree of pronation control.
It's all good.
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