dralla Member Oct 27, 2017 684 Aug 31, 2019 #1,551 MMBosstones86 said: I'be been lurking here for a while, but looking for some shoe advice. I underpronate which has led to my fair share of rolled ankles. I usually tape my (right specifically) ankle for my runs to give a little extra support. I've been in Gel Nimbus 18's for the past 2.5ish years. They were pretty good shoes and I was mostly happy, a little stiff though. I went to the local running store and went through current state of my shoes/ankles/etc. Tried on a few different pairs he pulled for me and settled in some Omni ISO 2's. Shoe felt super comfortable and fit my foot well. ....Then i ran in them. The shoe itself felt really great and my body responded pretty well, except for my ankles. Waves of intense inside ankle pain for the duration of the run (8 miles). That was about 7 hours ago and i'm still sore on the inside part of my ankle. I tried doing some searching online and.....these are showing up more as overpronation vs. underpronation, which would make sense given the inner ankle pain. Does this sound right? Did the guy sell my the wrong shoes? Am I already dead? I'm going to try and call over after the weekend and see about returning if that's the case. Click to expand... Click to shrink... Yea, Omni ISO are stability shoes for people who overpronate. Underpronation (or supination as some people call it) is not nearly as common so it's possible the person you spoke with confused the two. I'd return them ASAP since stability shoes are the worst thing a supinator can wear. You'll wanna stick to neutral running shoes that encourage a more natural footstrike. You might wanna check out the New Balance Fuellcell Rebel. The outer part of the midsole flares outward creating a wide base for you to land. It really encourages a neutral footstrike. I don't know if they'll work well with supination or not to be honest but I can't think of another shoe that has the flared out midsole that gives extra protection to the outside of the foot, so it might be worth it to give them a shot.