I have recently started running and bought myself a pair of running shoes, but from what I've been told, I need to make sure they are the right fit for me. I've been reading about pronation and I've come to learn that my shoe wear is different from left to right. Could someone help me out and offer advice as to what kind of shoe to buy in terms of neutral, over pronation, or under pronation when you have a mix of the two. I seem to have neutral wear in one foot (right foot) but over pronation (left foot) in the other. I have come across asics and they seem to have shoes that you can wear if you are both neutral/over pronation according to their pronation guide, but not sure how this works if my feet are different from one another. I should also mention that after a wet test, both feet look neutral to me which is surprising I thought. I have had a knee injury recently on my left leg and an ankle injury on my right leg. Both times pain was gone in a day or two. Regarding my knee injury, I am not sure if it is a result of running (didn't feel any pain during my run until a few hours after) or because I sometimes sit on my leg when seated at a chair.
Here is a diagram I drew up showing wear in my shoes: