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Please recommend a pair of bouncy, shock absorbing trainers

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SinisterBumFacedCat Fri 26-Aug-16 23:32:20

I'm suffering with horrible neuralgia which is triggered by impact, especially walking on concrete and driving over potholes.

What's the best shock absorbing trainers, preferably not too expensive, but something that will make the confrere feel more trampoline-like?

SinisterBumFacedCat Fri 26-Aug-16 23:32:55

concrete

KeyserSophie Sat 27-Aug-16 10:02:16

Caveat: they're not cheap but you may want to consider a maximalist trainer like Hoka.

Shelby1981 Sat 27-Aug-16 10:04:06

Sketchers memory foam, they're amazing

SinisterBumFacedCat Sun 28-Aug-16 09:39:10

Thank you smile I did think of Sketchers memory foam, I've found normal sketchers very comfy, but a bit like slippers in the soul!

I will google Caveat!

lovelybangers Sun 28-Aug-16 20:28:32

Are you planning to take up running?

Best thing to do for shoes is to go to a proper running shop - Up amd Running are good. Sweatshop either. You can have your gait analysed and be measured up correct trainers to suit you.

lovelybangers Sun 28-Aug-16 20:32:42

[http://www.ultramarathonrunningstore.com/Hoka-One-One-Shoes-s/1935.htm hoka]]

I like the look of these myself though.

lovelybangers Sun 28-Aug-16 20:34:53

these

Handsupbabyhandsup Sun 28-Aug-16 20:50:10

Asic 360's. Lots of gel cushioning

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