Push yourself to your limits with the ASICS GT-2000 7, our stylish running shoe for women engineered to give maximum support and protection with every step. Energised cushioning on the sole helps you run further while SpEVA foam reduces impact and helps minimise the strain on your body, as well as giving you extra bounce with each stride.
ASICS GT-2000 7 also gives improved stability thanks to a new underlayer support system and Stability Trusstic which prevents your feet from moving around inside the shoe and helps you stay aligned no matter how far you go. Guidance line technology gives added support to keep you in your natural line of motion.
We've added extra room in the forefoot, creating more space for the big toe to give more flexibility for all foot shapes. And for extra comfort, our Jacquard mesh technology helps ventilate the shoe to keep your feet cool. This is all reinforced by the improved moulded EVA sockliner, which provides an extra layer of breathability and moisture management.
Excellent and reliable grip is vital for any runner, and the ASICS GT-2000-7 has got it covered. The ASICS High Abrasion Resistance rubber outsole is designed to give extra traction, keeping you safe and secure on any road surface. This durable compound also protect the shoes against damage that can be caused by long-term wear. Put simply, ASICS GT-2000 7 takes care of all the details, leaving you to focus on improving your distance and pace.
- Rearfoot GEL unit and forefoot GEL None Vis. Gel
- SpEVA foam
- FlyteFoam Lyte
- SpEVA 45 lasting
- Moulded EVA Sockliner
- Duomax Medial midsole
- TPU Stability Trusstic
- New underlayer support system
- OrthoLite collar sponge
- Improved new Jacquard mesh
- New last offers more forefoot room
- AHAR outsole and AHAR+ heel plug
Designed For Overpronation
Foot TypeLow arches or flat feet
Push OffBig toe and second toe do majority of the work.
How your foot contacts the groundThe foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot.