Air-Sole bad for Flat-Feet?

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I got a pretty plausible explanation about shock and air-soled tech. that isn't good for people with flat-feet, esp. when they need Motion control features.

Air-Sole and Shox is the majority of Nike's technology. Is adiprene also a air based technology and is a3 similar to shox as it is also a similar shock type technology?

So is this true? After you think about it for a second or two, u'll see it. i got an example that if an egg was on the air-sole it'll roll around and move around lots, and motion control in my perspective is to keep your feet stabilized and not rocking side to side.
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I have flat feet and I DOUBT that any type of cushioning would affect those with flat feet. If anything, a LACK of cushioning in shoes would probably be worse. For those with flat feet, picking the PROPER type of running shoes should be a major factor.
 
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For flat feet, the best thing to do is buy a more supportive insole, or have orthotics made. Orthotics will not only give you the support you need, but they will help control your gait.

Adiprene and Adiprene+ are NOT air based.
 
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