I use asics nimbus gel 14 with the dr. scholls inserts and graded compression socks.
buy real running shoes, they cost 120-200 dollars, but are so worth it. go to a proper running store and get fitted and find out what type of runner you are, then research shoes for that type of foot.
raded compression socks reduces chances of DVTs, varicose veins and reduces fatigue. make sure they are graded. that means around the calf they should be ~8mm hg, and at the ankle ~15mm hg. higher the mm hg the better. if you can stand 30 or 40. their are cheap ones at walmart 2 pairs for 8 bucks. or at a uniform
store you can buy soft cotton spurn ones for 20 bucks. avoid the cheap rough stuff.
often times hikers will wear two pairs of socks. one thin wicking one and one thick cushion pair.
always buy shoes after you have walked 2-4miles, or when your feet are most swollen. its always better to buy a bigger size than a smaller size. your feet expand during the day.
replace your shoes every 400-600 miles. the cushioning wears out, you will develop hot spots. save your feet, unless you want to have chronic foot pain when your in your 60s.