How to determine your Pronation type
Wear patterns won’t provide the full picture of gait analysis, but they can give additional
clues about the impact on your feet. This can give you an idea of where you may need
extra support and cushioning in your running shoes.
Outside of your running shoes show the most wear
If you put your running shoes on a flat surface, you may notice a slight outward tilt
Soles of your running shoes show wear in an S-shaped pattern, from the outer (lateral)
heel to the big toe.
If you put your shoes on a flat surface, you may not notice any tilt
Extra wear on the inside of the heel and under the ball of the foot, especially the big toe
If you put your shoes on a flat surface, you may notice an inward tilt