Asics Evoride 2

Asics

Evoride 2

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Whether it's tempo runs, long runs, or racing, the

EVORIDE™ 2 shoe is built for neutral and supinated runners focused on conserving energy. Our intent with the second iteration of this series was to preserve the shoe's easy forward rolling properties while reducing the overall weight and softening the cushioning underfoot. Additionally, the shoe's engineered mesh upper is designed with a multi-directional stretch mesh that adjusts better to the foot's natural shape. The shoe's upper is also made with recycled materials, while the sockliner is produced with a solution dyeing process that reduces carbon emissions and water usage. This neutral running style is built on the METARIDE™ shoe philosophy, which aims to lessen the overall load via its curved sole. These elements increase running efficiency, which helps runners feel fresher for longer durations. Designed to create a comfortable ride, the shoe's midsole incorporates FLYTEFOAM® technology, which gives the runner a lightweight feel and more cushioning across longer distances. Lastly, the outsole also features AHARPLUS™ technology that's strategically positioned in higher contact areas to improve the shoe's durability.

PRONATION

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. The EVORIDE 2 is made for Underpronation and Neutral.

Underpronation

FOOT TYPE

High arches.

PUSH OFF

The pressure is on smaller toes on outside of foot.

HOW YOUR FOOT CONTACTS THE GROUND

The outer side of the heel hits the ground at an increased angle with little or no normal pronation, causing a large transmission of shock through the lower leg.

Neutral

FOOT TYPE

Normal size arches

PUSH OFF

There is even distribution from the front of the foot.

HOW YOUR FOOT CONTACTS THE GROUND

The foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight.