GT-2000 8 G-TX

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GT-2000 8 G-TX

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Women's Shoes
Original Price£130.00 Sale Price £91.00

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Surface
Road
Heel Drop
10 mm
Weight
249 g/8.8 oz
Support
Stability
Cushion
Extra

The GT-2000™ 8 G-TX waterproof running shoe features a GORE-TEX™ upper and is designed for runners who don't stop for rain, snow or mud.

The GT-2000™ 8 road running shoe features an updated GEL™ technology piece and a softer section of foam in the heel for improved comfort and shock absorption. The lightweight FLYTEFOAM™ technology midsole offers a soft landing with each stride, so you can experience a more energetic stride.

The upper features a lightweight engineered mesh that allows better air circulation to keep your skin feeling dry and refreshed. Thanks to the combination of DYNAMIC DUOMAX™ technology and TRUSSTIC SYSTEM™ technology in the midfoot, these applications keep your feet stable and supported.

 

When you're looking for a smooth ride, the GT-2000™ 8 G-TX road running shoe is the model for you.

  • Waterproof GORE-TEX™ upper
  • Faster design lines
  • GEL™ technology in both the forefoot and rearfoot
  • FLYTEFOAM™ technology
  • DYNAMIC DUOMAX™ technology
  • TRUSSTIC SYSTEM™ technology
Style #: 1012A750.020

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.