Some sneakers, however, have midsoles which might be thick enough to supply cushioning to get a more heavy runner. They typically weigh an oz or two over many cushion shoes, but that's not a huge deal. If your review says that a pillow boot is a bit large (sadly considered an adverse in most evaluations) or that it's right for bigger runners, then it's a boot which could work for you.
In line with the info in your e-mail, I'd advise you consider, in no specific purchase, the adidas Supernova Support, the Brooks Dyad two, the Asics Gel-Nimbus, the Brand New Balance 991, the Nike Airmax Tailwind, the Mizuno Wave Design, as well as the Saucony GRID Trigon DURABLE. (Note: you can find several Saucony GRID Trigons –- just the RESILIENT will continue to work for a gentleman your size.)