Is it worth getting orthopaedic adapted running shoes for my flat feet?

Rodion15

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I've been jogging for a year or more now and I got used to my running shoes (just common inexpensive running shoes). I'm 56yo. Not to say that my flat feet make running a bit more challenging, but I mostly got used to it without any major issues, but I'd welcome a more comfy ride to be honest.

All I'm using is flat feet insoles (quite past their recommended use date by the way)

I wonder if it would be worth going to some specialised shop to get orthopaedic adapted shoes which will probably not be cheap.

Any advice much welcome.
 
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