Brooks Women's Ariel Running Shoe
Finally: the right shoe for me!
After trying out a couple of shoes in training for walking a half-marathon, ending up being very sore and hobbling around after my training walks, I knew I had to do something different. Especially because I have flat feet and extra pounds to carry around.I was thankful to have spoken with a salesman, Scott, at the Park Meadows mall Dick's store who completely understood my dilemma and recommended this shoe for me. Since then, I'm happy to report that my training walks have not left me in severe pain with swollen ankles. These shoes are worth the price I paid for them!
April 8, 2013
Purchased since they said were good for flat feet, t was the truth! They are truly comfortable shoes and really seem to help my foot pain.
March 21, 2013
A little pricier than I usually pay for shoes, but have foot issues. I was sized in a local store at 9.5(they actually didn't have a 10 for me to try), but felt like I needed a 10, which I usually wear anyway. Price was a little less than retail stores, but with tax, it evens out to be the same. Highly recommend these shoes!
March 18, 2013
Excited About These Ariels
My sister has worn Ariels and I have not had a pair of my own before so I am excited about these shoes. They arrived well packaged, in excellent shape and fit well. I will know how well they last after a few months or so. At this point I would purchase another pair.
February 27, 2013
Brooks Ariel shoes
I am very satisfied with these shoes, they have excellent support and are great for running or walking.
February 6, 2013
Very well made shoe. great for planter fascitis. 100%
January 7, 2013
this product is very comfortable and durable
My shoes fit great. I strongly recommend ordering your shoes a half a size up because people's feet swell when they do cardio due blood pumping in your feet.( something I did) The fit is very comfortabe and I feel like I have better support. I am a severly flat-footed overpronator. In my opinion, Brooks Ariel is the best shoe on the market for flat footed women. You get what you pay for.
December 8, 2012