GT-2000 7 2E
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Bring bounce to your runs with the men's GT-2000 7 running shoe. Specifically designed to help you go further than you ever thought possible, this ASICS shoe is equipped for big mile runs, providing guidance and comfort each step of the way. Sporting a contemporary yet understated design for easy styling and long-lasting appeal, the GT-2000 7 running shoe features advanced footwear technologies. The FLYTEFOAM technology brings a lightweight quality for comfort and bounce, allowing the shoe to snap back to its original state after every single stride Meanwhile, DYNAMIC DUOMAX technology brings together two different density midsole materials for smooth overpronation control by imparting essential firmness to the midsole and arch. So, if your feet tend to roll inwards you can rest assured that the GT-2000 7 running shoe will help your running style. The moulded AHAR outsole then brings a tough quality to the shoe, protecting the outsole's heavy contact areas to reduce excessive wear. GEL technology strategically placed to the forefoot and rear specialise in your utmost comfort, providing high-density shock absorption and a comfortable fit. GUIDANCE LINE technology also enhances gait efficiency for an overall better performance. Whether you're a seasoned runner or taking it up as a new hobby, the GT-2000 7 running shoe will help you streamline your performance. Pick up this limited edition Shine design, with its vibrant new colourway and awake the runner within!
Pronation is part of the natural movement of the human body and refers to the way your foot rolls inward for impact distribution upon landing. Understanding your pronation type can help you find a comfortable running shoe. ASICS GT-2000 7 (2E WIDE) is made for over.
Low arches or flat feet.
Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.
Shin splints, plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs
HOW YOUR FOOT CONTACTS THE GROUND
The foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot.