Our expert says:
If it's not broken, then don't fix it. In otherwords, if you are currently running in shoes that are comfortable and you like them, and you're not injured, then changing the shoe can only result in two things. Either you'll be lucky and you'll stay exactly the same, or you'll get injured.
The point is, you have two options. The best case is to stay the same. Worst case is that you get injured. So therefore, given the choice, rather stick with the good situation you're in now and don't worry about what you've read to confuse you.
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