GEL-KAYANO 25 SP

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GEL-KAYANO 25 SP

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Men's Shoes
185,00 €

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The GEL-Kayano 25 SP incorporates a range of ASICS technologies to provide maximum stability as you pound the pavement.

The GEL technology cushioning system for both rearfoot and forefoot areas ensures optimal cushioning, while the organic super fibres of FlyteFoam resist compression to ensure sustained bounce back during long runs. A lightweight but highly durable FluidRide midsole helps guide and control the natural gait of the foot with each step, giving extra support. An exoskeletal heel also adds protection from injury while dealing with uneven terrain.

Comfort is key for those running longer distances, and the Ortholite X-40 sockliner achieves this in three ways: an orthotic fit to cradle the foot, improved moisture management for enhanced breathability, and higher rebound properties to further reduce impact while running on the road.

The soft platform of the SpEVA foam lasting and high abrasion rubber outsole are extremely durable, making sure your shoes can keep up with you as you beat your personal best. With its sleek design - inspired by the awesome spectacle and raw power of the Northern Lights - this shoe is your best bet for stable, comfortable running on the road.

Style #: 1011A030.001

Designed For Overpronation

overPronation

Overpronation

  • Foot Type

    Low arches or flat feet
  • Push Off

    Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.
  • 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.