Re: Good shoes for Shin Splints
I love Saucony, but anything that is intended for running/cross training will do so long as it is comfortable and cushiony. Have you just started jogging or are you already pretty conditioned? Most of the time, it is just a matter of building endurance for undertrained shin muscles (a majority of "shin splint" pain is weak muscles being suddenly worked beyond fatigue).
Keep your body lean, your blood clean and your mind sharp. -Rollins