ASICS GEL-FUJI TRABUCO WOMEN'S RUNNING SHOE
*NEW* Clutch Counter - Exoskeletal heel counter provides improved support and creates improved heel fitting environment. *NEW* Trail Specific Outsole - Reversed lugs provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain. Lowered Midsole Height - Provide a full ground contact, this midsole provide a more stable ride. ComforDry Sockliner - Insole placed inside the shoe which provides cushioning keeping the foot drier and cooler. Removable Sockliner - A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
ASICS WOMAN GEL-FUJI TRABUCO Running Shoes Spring/Summer 2013 The ASICS GEL-FUJI TRABUCO Path Running Shoes utilises an exoskeletal heel counter which offers better support and a more comfortable heel fitting environment for a longer-lasting fit. With a path particular outsole, reversed lugs offer both uphill and downhill traction for improved grip on a range of terrains. Made for off-road speed and traction. After no less than 14 versions the popular GEL-TRABUCO has been integrated in the FUJI trail line. A long-lived favorite of those who take their running off-road, the GEL-FUJI TRABUCO is lighter without compromising on comfort. A BRAND-NEW feature has been integrated onto this shoe with the decreased midsole height and the full ground contact midsole offer a stable flight. The shoe's Rock Protection Plate is important for protecting your foot on rugged surface. Not only that, the GEL-FUJI TRABUCO's outsole also features 90 degrees outsole lugs to offer traction on rough and high surface.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Asics
- Title: ASICS GEL-FUJI TRABUCO WOMEN'S RUNNING SHOE
- Color: Grey
The ASICS GEL-FUJI TRABUCO WOMEN'S RUNNING SHOE is one of our top picks within the range of trail running shoes for men and women. This category of running shoe is made with variety a key consideration. These running shoes can deal with an entire array of terrain - trails, parkland, forests, you name it. These shoes usually have a lot of cushioning for running on roads if that forms part your running schedule, but there are a couple of differences from basic road footwear. First, the outsole will typically have a deeper grip. The upper is usually more resilient, as well. If you're running off-road, this is the kind of running shoe you need.