Flywire cable connect the laces to the shoe’s midsole to give you a secure fit and feel. Inside the upper a partial bootie surrounds the foot for a comfortable, snug fit.
A Zoom Air unit in the forefoot delivers low-profile, responsive cushioning and a Duralon blown rubber forefoot enhances the cushioned feel when you toe off. The midsole incorporates higher density compression moulded phylon on the medial side and Cushlon shock absorbent foam on the outside to cushion the landing and counteract pronation.
Offset: 10mm (12 mm forefoot / 22 mm heel)
- Heel overlay on the upper stabilizes the foot
- Dynamic Support system in the midsole provides structure and a smooth transition.
- Partial mesh bootie wraps the foot for a sock-like fit.
- Notches on each side of the tongue allow for easy on and off.
- Compression-molded Phylon on the medial side and Cushlon foam on the lateral side fuse together to create a dual-density cushioning system.
- Zoom Air unit in the forefoot offers bouncy forefoot cushioning
- Honeycomb outsole pattern for multi-surface traction.
- Engineered mesh provides targeted ventilation and support.
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE FOR RUNNING SHOES
Your running shoe size will generally be 1 to 1.5 sizes bigger than your regular (‘dress’) shoe size. Bear in mind also that one foot can be slightly bigger than the other.
First, kick your foot back into the heel of each shoe before checking how much space is left at the front. When standing in each shoe with your full weight on the foot, it’s best to have between half and a full thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.
When standing in the shoe, it’s best to have a little wiggle room for the toes, but the back of heel should still feel nicely secure.
Sprint spikes are best when a close fit. Distance spikes best when up to a half a thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.