K-Swiss Men's Konejo M Trainer
Reflectivity for safety
Weight 12oz Motion control is maximised by the blown rubber forefoot compound for great transition and a softer feel
The K-Swiss Konejo II NP running Shoe supplies the most medial stability of any K Swiss running shoe, equipping you to obtain out onto the roadway and excel. The outsole showcases Aosta II rubber compound, a high-density outsole offering unsurpassed toughness from heel to toe. The featured Si-18 Tech is a PU based product compound made use of to improve cushioning and disperse shock offering a deluxe running experience. Stability is supplied in the mid-foot by K-age rubberized product, welded to mesh offering light-weight reinforcement. K-EVA is a special formula EVA, consisted of to offer maximized cushioning and enhanced toughness of the midsole. The midsole offers superb stability and motion control through the blown rubber forefoot compound for excellent change and a softer feel. The Y-Beam mid foot support structure that anchors the arch location with a TPU injection part. The unique Guideglide midsole construction centres the foot from heel to toe when again ensuring a safe and steady ride. Stay-Tied laces function as a catch to guarantee your laces remained securely fastened. Total comfort out on the roadway comes courtesy of triple density Superfoam compound put straight under the foot. Superfoam is a space-age energy return foam that resists compression and lasts longer offering cushioning and comfort. More cushioning is supplied through the featured detachable sock liner. The addition of reflective panelling guarantees security when running in low light conditions.
Key Product Details
- Brand: K-Swiss
- Title: K-Swiss Men's Konejo M Trainer
- Package Quantity: 1
The K-Swiss Men's Konejo M Trainer is among our choices within the RunningInjury category of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes offer a mix of attributes, such as cushioning, medial support and resilience. They generally prevent excess motion. And they are usually viewed as offering a balance between motion control and cushioned shoes. Who do stability shoes suit? Well, stability running shoes will generally be appropriate those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who usually have low to regular arches.