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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Athletic Shoe Recommended List: 2010/2011 Center For Sports Medicine (Part I)

2010/2011 Athletic Shoe Recommendation List (Part I)


Compiled by the 5 Podiatrists at the Center For Sports Medicine, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco. This list is updated every year since 1985. It represents specific shoes and /or companies that make stable shoes which work well with our patients. There are many shoes that should make this list that we are personally not used to enough to recommend. So, it is not an all-inclusive list.



Remy Ardizzone, DPM

Richard Blake, DPM

Jane Denton, DPM

Jason Hiatt, DPM

Ronald Valmassy, DPM


RUNNING-Maximum Motion Control

Asics Evolution

Brooks Addiction

Brooks Ariel

Brooks Beast

Mizuno Wave Renegade

New Balance 1012

New Balance 1123



RUNNING-Moderate Motion Control

Aetrex Boss Runner

Aetrex Rhino Runner

Asics 2150

Asics Foundation

Asics Kayano

Brooks Adrenline

Ecco RPX 6030

Etonic Minado MC

Mizuno Wave Creation

New Balance 817

New Balance 1224

Nike Air Structure Triax

Nike Equalon

Reebok Premier Rd Plus

Saucony Pro Grid Omni

Saucony Grid Stabil

Saucony Grid Hurricane



Running-Trail

Adidas Response Trail

Adidas Adistara Revolt

Adidas Supernova Riot

Asics Gel Trabuco

Asics 2140 Trail

Brooks Cascadia

Fila Flow Refuge

Merrell Cruise Control

Montrail Hardrock

Montrail Mountain

New Balance 875, 910

Saucony Pro Grid Guide Trail

Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra

Vasque Velocity XCR



CROSS TRAINERS

Asics 160TR

New Balance 859, 1210



WALKING (Running shoes can be used and can be more stable)


Brooks Addiction Walker (lace, Velcro)

New Balance 845

New Balance 926, 927

New Balance 660

Saucony Pro Grid Stabil Walker


TENNIS

Adidas Barricade

New Balance 1004

New Balance CT654

New Balance CT803

K-Swiss Glaciator

K-Swiss Defier

Wilson Pro Staff

SOCCER-(Turf Shoes)

Adidas Mondial Team

Puma Liga
SOCCER-Indoor

Adidas Samba Classic

Adidas Absolodo


SOCCER-Outdoor

Adidas TRX Predator Absolodo

Adidas Copa Mundial

Adidas Adipure

Nike Total 90 Laser

Nike Tiempo Legend

Nike Tiempo Mystic

Nike Ronaldinho

Nike Air Legend

Nike Talaria

Puma King


HIKING BOOTS (Light Weight)

Kayland Zephyr

Keen Voyageur

Merrell Cham-Arc

Merrell Moab

Vasque Breeze



HIKING BOOTS (Mid Weight)

Asolo Attiva GTX

Asolo Stynger

Asolo Fugitiv

Kayland Zephyr

Kayland Vertigo Light

Lowa Kody

Lowa Renegade

Montrail Torre GTX

Vasque Wasatch



HIKING BOOTS (Heavy Weight)

Asolo TPS 520

Asolo Powermatic 200

Kayland Vertigo High

New Balance MO 1500

Zamberlan Lhasa

Zamberlan Civetta

4 comments:

  1. Awesome write up! You seem to have great knowledge and grip over this industry.

    Love reading your blog! Keep the Good Work.

    Thanks.

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Thank you very much for leaving a comment. Due to my time restraints, some comments may not be answered.I will answer questions that I feel will help the community as a whole.. I can only answer medical questions in a general form. No specific answers can be given. Please consult a podiatrist, therapist, orthopedist, or sports medicine physician in your area for specific questions.