Knee pain with kswiss misoul

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by rocky b, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. rocky b

    rocky b Guest

    Anybody have problems with knee pain with this sneaker would you use them again my knee is killing me. What do you do with sneakers you use once and hurt. you cant return them right.
  2. TennezSport

    TennezSport Hall of Fame

    Jan 18, 2006
    Northern NJ, USA
    Foot type........

    This typically happens when people buy tennis shoes without knowing what foot type the shoe supports. You have supinated, pronated and neutral foot types and you need to make sure that the shoe supports your foot type. However, once you have worn the shoes out on a surface, they are yours.

    Cheers, TennezSport :cool:
  3. rocky b

    rocky b Guest

    I know you can figure your foot but how do you pick a sneakers based on that
  4. EKnee08

    EKnee08 Professional

    Sep 9, 2009
    Tennis magazine said that shoe is for all foot types.

    The misoul has two soles which you can use in the shoe, one for more cushioning and the other is more of a performance sole? Which one is in your shoes? If it is the performance sole, trying switching to the cushioning sole.

    I considered the misoul but based on recommendation on this website and the tennis warehouse customer comments, I went with the asics resolution II.
    I have had major knee problems myself-microfracture surgery on right knee and probably need it on my left as well.

    I played with the Asics for the first time last week and had no knee pain in the knee that had the microfracture surgery, although there was some pain in the other knee that needs surgery although it is less than I have recently experienced. However, that knee was hurting before anyway and needs some rest. Bottom line: I would highly recommend the asics. Look at the previous threads here and the customer comments on TW.

    Good luck!
  5. rocky b

    rocky b Guest

    Thanks I used the old version but the new one my heal keep slipping so I returned them
  6. goober

    goober Legend

    Jun 9, 2004
    Try some orthotics for your foot type. Otherwise just use them for casual wear.
  7. leafscat

    leafscat Rookie

    Aug 16, 2009
    I experienced heel slippage in the Barricade V. Mazilla suggested this lacing guide. I used the method for limiting heel slippage and it works great. There was another link in the Barricade V - Break In thread that looked good as well.


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