Micro-Thin Rubber - Blended with the midsole to give this barefoot trainer great comfort and protection.
EVA Midsole - Midsole unit which offers great cushioned protection against impacts and shields you from potential injury. 3D Air Mesh Upper - Made from stretchy material that forms around your foot gifting excellent comfort with a snug fit. 2 Arrow Shoc-Zone - A 6mm Differential gives you the best of both worlds; A lower heel ridge to keep you closer to the ground to maximise your running efficiency with the essential minimal protection. Met Cradle - A high performance webbed upper which gives great breathability, whilst securing the metatarsal heads in natural position, firmly holding forefoot in place whilst maintaining their natural alignment.
The Inov-8 F-Lite 230 attributes the F-Lite Outsole. A sticky rubber compound outsole which is made to optimize running efficiency. The 230 attributes 2 Arrow Shoc-Zone which raises the differential from heel to forefoot, gifting you extra cushioning and support. The upper building attributes Met Cradle which boosts the fit of the shoe, pulling the shoe into place when it slips onto you foot offering you the most comfortable customised trip possible. It likewise adds fantastic shoe strength, supporting the upper to assist you keep going mile after mile.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Inov8
- Title: Inov8 F-Lite 230 Running Shoes (Precision Fit) - AW14
- Color: Black
Welcome to the Inov8 F-Lite 230 Running Shoes, which is among our choices in our wide range of leading running shoes for men and ladies. This classification of running shoe is right for you if you're trying to find the nearest thing to shoeless running, while benefitting from appropriate protection for your feet. Within the barefoot classification, you have a range of options. The most natural of our minimalist running shoes fit like a second skin. Your toes can all move independently. Then there's a half-way option: running shoes that are set in the middle between shoeless running and a traditional cushioned shoe. You'll feel nearer to the ground than you do in a common running shoe, with a more limited drop from the heel to the forefoot. That is a feature that will lead you to land more on the midfoot and forefoot. But, in addition, you'll have a respectable quantity of cushioning.