GT-2000 10

GT-2000 10

from Asics

  • $130.00

GT-2000 10 comes with complimentary free shipping from Trail and Ski.


Details

The GT-2000™ 10 shoe keeps your mind and body focused on the road ahead. It's a versatile running style that's functional for various distances. The engineered knit upper and 3D print details create a featherlight feel with a touch of added stability. A layer of FLYTEFOAM® Propel cushioning underfoot adds a more responsive rebound to your step. The midsole's 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION™ feature improves compression. This function allows you to experience a smoother and more stable ride.

Tech & Materials

  • Engineered knit upper offers a supportive and comfortable foothold
  • Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Technology Cushioning SystemAttenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
  • FLYTEFOAM® TechnologyProvides lightweight cushioning.
  • FLYTEFOAM® Propel TechnologyASICS energetic foam formulation that provides supreme bounce thanks to a unique elastomer compound.
  • 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION™ feature improves compression at footstrike
  • LITETRUSS™ technology to improve medial support
  • OrthoLite™ X-30 sockliner provides soft step-in comfort
  • The upper's main material is designed with approx. 30% recycled polyester
  • The sockliner's sustainable dyeing process helps reduce overall water usage by approx. 33% and carbon emissions by approx. 45%
    Pronation

Designed For Neutral/Overpronation

Neutral

  • Foot Type
    Normal size arches
  • Push Off
    There is even distribution from the front of the foot.
  • Considered Injuries
    Less likely due to effective shock absorption, but neutral runners are not immune to injury.
  • 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.

Overpronation

  • Foot Type
    Low arches or flat feet
  • Push Off
    Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.
  • Considered Injuries
    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.

We Also Recommend