Men's neutral running shoes are sutable for those who have a neutral running gait. In other words, they do not overpronate. Pronation is the movement of the foot rolling inwards after initial contact with the ground. A certain amount is natural and important for absorbing impact. However, if you overpronate then you are more susceptible to injury and your running style is inefficient.
Is A Neutral Shoe Right For Me?
Due to eventual midsole breakdown and degradation, for neutral runners whose weight is more than 80kg, we sometimes suggest that the runner may be more suited to a pair of running shoes which are suited for someone with mild overpronation.
As always, comfort has to be the main priority when selecting a pair of running shoes.