SRS's (Stability Running Shoes) are shoes that have particular features that allow them to be in a subset of the running shoes market. SRS's have an extra support and motion flow control designs to prevent the feet from sliding when you're going for a run. They have excellent ankle support and are beneficial for all three arch foot types, (i.e.) high, moderate, and low arches.
SRS's are sold by most of the huge and well known shoe labels such as Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Puma, Saucony, and Asics to name a few. SRS's are mainly targeted for people who require extra stability and support for their ankle's and feet. Without proper footwear for activities ranging from running competitively to engaging in everyday routines, numerous health inconveniences can accumulate if the feet are not kept in check.
SRS's are just one piece of the puzzle for ensuring better health and minimization of injuries when engaging in moderate to fast paced exercise. SRS's are a great alternative for individuals who have uncommon arch structures. The human foot is supposed to have a distinct arch in the inner side for a couple of reasons. The arches in human feet act like shocks do on a car. So in other words, a healthy and functional foot arch absorbs shock while minimizing tension as well as strain on the ankles, knees, etc.
People who aren't as genetically fortunate can invest in Stability Running Shoes to compensate for the deficit in shock absorption to increase comfort ability, performance and health. Many leading shoe companies have their SRS's designed to cure the collapsed or deficient foot structure by injecting dualistic gel designs within the shoe's inner rubber sole area.
Today's advanced shoe designs create an artificial arch under the foot to provide runners with all the stability, support and comfort possibly needed.