Cheers for the post Martinmartin said:The Brooks Radius is a neutral shoe, and like some of the members below we would usually
recommend a neutral shoe to wear with an orthotic. A podiatrist would
normally make an orthotic to work off a 'neutral' base. Stability shoes
or Motion Control shoes are built with some form of support and can
therefore be counter productive to what the orthotic is trying to achieve. Another
Brooks shoe you could try are the Glycerin 4. You should always consult a specialist running store when buying running shoes - and don't forget to take your othotics to the store when you are trying new shoes!