I posted a few weeks ago about my aching legs and how this seemed to coincide with the purchase of some new Asics after running in them for a few weeks. Well... I went back to Runnersneed and they were very helpful and were keen to help where they could.
As neither of us could confirm 100% the cause of my aching legs at that time they suggested I switch back to my older Sports Direct shoes (Karrimor Duma) for 2 weeks. From the very first run in my old shoes the pain disappeared and I've been fine for every run since.
When I first returned my shoes I took my old ones in and the main difference that I could see was that the sole was much stiffer on the Asics than my old ones, so perhaps I need a more "lightweight" flexible shoe?
Today when I visited Runnersneed they offered to exchange them for a different pair of shoes or give me a refund. The replacement shoes that they suggested seemed very similar to the Asics (very firm sole etc) so I opted for a refund for now until I can work out what to do next... suggestions welcomed! Do I just buy shoes of the shelf that feel like my old ones??? My GA didn't show any major problems, so perhaps neutral shoes will be fine.
I must say that Runnersneed have been brilliant throughout this process.