Asics Men's Gt 2000 (2E) Trainer
Impact guidance system
Rearfoot and forefoot gel cushioning systems Full length guidance line
The fabulous GT-2000 Series Returns this year with a full back-to-basics strategy seeing the new version re-engineered providing a breath a fresh air to runners, providing renovations in cushioning, stability whilst keeping the exact same core functions makings this series so well liked. Structural modifications consist of a drop in heel-to-toe differential from 11mm to 10mm, which won't make any genuine distinction to your running cycle, but allows the shoe to be lighter and urge a slightly more natural running strike. Dynamic Duomax changes the previous technology as a dual-density midsole product which offers a higher level of compression set, providing enhanced support, with less weight underfoot. The SoLyte Midsole Material is also broadened to cover the entire base of the foot from heel to forefoot providing a huge improvement in convenience and cushioning, which you'll feel with the cycle in every soft step. The volume of ASICS 'GEL' is also increased and spread out flatter in the heel, for enhanced stability and allows the the heel-strike to disperse shock-energy over a bigger area, boosting efficiency. Hot Melt Overlays also offer incredibly lightweight support to the upper for minimized inflammation and the all new Assistance Trusstic System changes Space Trusstic technology to include Assistance Line better and greatly improve flexibility in the midfoot, making it less rigid and assisting smooth your stride. All these modifications and fantastic renovations in cushioning and stability, and still! The shoe comes weighing less than the GT-2170, a superb acheivement.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Asics
- Title: Asics Men's Gt 2000 (2E) Trainer
- Color: White
- Package Quantity: 1
- Model: T2K3N 0121
The Asics Men's Gt 2000 (2E) Trainer is one of our top picks within the RunningInjury category of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes provide a mix of characteristics, such as cushioning, medial support and resilience. They generally avoid too much motion. And they are normally thought of as offering a compromise between motion control and cushioned shoes. Who's it for? Well, stability running shoes will generally suit those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who normally have low to regular arches.