I am a 67 years old avid walker after running for many years. I like distance walking. As I age, I feel that I need cushion, although I like a firm feeling shoe. I happily walked a half marathon in Saucony ISO 3 about 3 years ago. I tried newer versions of the Saucony ISO and didn’t like them, the 5 was huge and I wear wide. I then started wearing NB 880v9 but it wasn’t enough protection for longer walks. My feet hurt in them. I wear orthotics for a long second toe and periodic ball of foot pain problem. I started wearing NB 1080v8 and my toe/ ball of foot pain disappeared. I am now walking in NB 1080v9 in 7.5w, which is barely wide enough. I tried the 880v10 and they are too flexible and mushy feeling. I am going to need new shoes before long and am wondering if NB 1080v10 will aggravate my ball of foot and toe due to the toe spring and am wondering if going back to the Saucony Triumph would be better, Several years ago I tried Hoka Bondi and didn’t like the stack height and felt pressure on my forefoot when walking. Even though it was wide, it wasn’t wide enough. Would appreciate any thoughts. Thank you.