ASICS Womens GEL-FUJI TRAINER Running Shoes
SpEVA Midsole - A supreme midsole material that improves bounce-back characteristics and decreases midsole breakdown, and new for this season ASICS have made this a two piece SpEVA midsole. The new set up provides improved shock attenuation and a smother transition from heel strike to mid stance.
Trusstic System - A plastic bridge located under the arch which gives the shoe strength and stability without loss of flexibility. Visible Rearfoot GEL - The ASICS GEL system is based on a special kind of silicon that enables optimal shock absorption. GEL units are strategically placed in the midsole and designed to enable specific functions and positions. California Slip Lasting - This upper is stitched around the EVA board and directly attached to the midsole for better stability and ultimate comfort. Trail Specific Outsole - Reversed lugs on the sole which provides uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
Introducing the brand-new Fuji path line, the LADY GEL-FUJI TRAINER, part of the Autumn/Winter 2012 range. A light-weight off-road shoe incorporating convenience with an excellent ground feel, appropriate for under-pronator and neutral runner. Featuring a slightly tougher SpEVA midsole including additional bounce back capability and produces the direct ride that numerous path runners enjoy. This model includes a Trail Certain Outsole for ideal uphill and downhill traction on all surface kinds. The upper has a minimal building to avoid water absorption.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Asics
- Title: ASICS Womens GEL-FUJI TRAINER Running Shoes
- Color: Blue
- Package Quantity: 1
- Model: T269N
The ASICS Womens GEL-FUJI TRAINER Running Shoes is one of our selections within the range of trail running shoes for men and ladies. This type of shoe is designed with flexibility at the core. These running shoes can deal with a whole array of surfaces - trails, parkland, woodlandsetc. These shoes usually have plenty of cushioning for road running if that forms part your running schedule, however with a couple of differences from standard road footwear. First of all, the outsole will typically have a deeper grip. The upper is usually more resilient, too. For running off-road, it is the type of running footwear you require.