Most companies call this a "stability" shoe, or a "motion control" shoe. They can be good for some people, but the body is pretty resilient. Sometimes trying to make what seems like a good functional decision like that can result in a lot of discomfort if your body has adapted. May be hard to train it back.
I have (unfortunately) very flat feet which results in significant pronation. Tried very expensive orthotics, but it ended up warping my shoes and creating weird pressure points in my feet. Have been without them for almost a year now, and feel as good as ever. I'm theoretically at a disadvantage because my ankle ends up lower than it should (beyond "neutral") but it hasn't held me back.
I feel better after walking 18 without the extra crap in my shoes. Hopefully your experience is better.
But, again, for shock absorption, energy return, and overall comfort, there is seriously nothing like Boost.