Structured Cushioning

Structured cushioning is a term used to describe a specific type of athletic shoe. These shoes have a cushioned base, with light support under the arch. They are intended for people with medium to higher arches and little to moderate pronation.

361 Degrees' is for the runner or walker seeking the ultimate in responsive cushioning.  These shoes feature breathable air mesh with strategically positioned overlays to provide a secure fit and feel.  A three layered QDP system utilizing coated QU!KFOAM with interlink construction maximizes softness and maintains energy return.

Asics uses high-quality materials and construction like carbon rubber outsoles, combinations of EVA and thermoplastic stability bridges in midsole for support and shock absorption, and the Gel cushioning system.

Brooks is recognized as the product of choice for all levels of activity.

HOKA ONE ONE is a shoe for runners and walkers of all types. For hitting the trails, cruising on the roads, hiking a mountain or going to work, HOKA ONE ONE has engineered a unique performance midsole geometry that features a higher volume, softer density, and greater rebounding foam than standard running shoes.

Inspired by the movement of water, Mizuno uses advanced wave plate technology to offer a perfect combination of cushioning and stability, all in a lightweight package. The design keeps the foot centered and weight evenly distributed. Dynamotion Fit provides a secure fit with an upper that moves with the foot.

New Balance manufactures many of their shoes domestically, in their five New England locations. They have a extensive width-sizing and two different lasts to accommodate extra-depth needs.

Saucony is well known for having a narrow heel and wide forefoot.  Saucony uses high-quality materials, including carbon rubber outsoles, midsoles consisting of EVA, PU, and Thermoplastics, and the grid cushioning system.