>I too weigh about 180 and have a moderate pronation problem. I had been
>using the Saucony Grid Vang (Sauconys have always fit my foot VERY well)
>which seemed to wear well and last a long time but felt too "jarring" for
>me. I then tried a pair of Saucony V-Grid 9000s----What a great feeling
>pair of shoes! But alas, they were mashed after only a couple of hundred
>miles. On the advice of a salesman at Road Runner Sports I'm trying my
>first pair of Asics (GEl-MC Plus) and they feel great, but I haven't put
>enough miles on them to comment on how long they might last.
I am 40 pounds lighter than you, 140..and am trying the MC
Plus for the first time..I don't need the plus, but I do need
the MC (Motion Control). I've had a bad experience buying the
wrong pair of shoes. Before trying the ASICs, Iused the Brooks
Beast, again another real HEAVY shoe...
my question is do they make a lightweight motion control shoe?
I almost got the MC Lyte but no body had them in stock and I
was leary buying through mail...any support from anyone???