Rack up the kilometres in a lightweight running shoe that’s solid, reliable and won’t let you down on long runs. The GT-2000 5 is the go-to shoe for overpronators and helps you take aim at your running goals at any pace. It keeps your foot supported all the way from the start line to the post-race recovery zone.
- Shoe category: Stability
- Ideal use: Road running
- Designed to be reliable and comfortable for long distance runs
- Visible GEL cushioning in the rearfoot is positioned just right for overpronators
- FluidRide technology provides the ultimate combination of bounce back and cushioning properties with reduced weight and exceptional durability
- IGS Stabilising technology stops your foot rolling inwards encouraging a more efficient technique
- With Internal elastic bands in the upper that wrap around your midfoot, you’ll enjoy a secure fit
- 3M Reflectivity
ASICS is an acronym of the Latin phrase ‘Anima Sana In Corpore Sano, meaning ‘A Sound Mind In A Sound body’. And staying true to this philosophy, every ASICS product is made to enable professional and everyday athletes alike to push the boundaries of their physical capabilities.
Innovative from the very start, ASICS’ first pair of shoes, produced in 1949, featured a unique recessed sole design, which mimicked the action of an octopus’ suction cup. They were targeted at Japan’s up-and-coming basketball scene and, despite some notable successes of ASICS athletes in the 1950s and 60s, it wasn’t until the 1970s that the company established itself in the athletics world as a go-to manufacturer of running shoes.
Not content to rest on its laurels, ASICS opened the Research Institute of Sports Science in Kobe, Japan, and has since helped to advance technology in sports shoes and apparel industry wide through studying and analysing the movements of the human body and testing all kinds of weird and wonderful materials.
Today, ASICS is one of the world’s best known makers of performance shoes and apparel and the true runner’s choice, whether at professional sporting events, the Olympics or on a casual run in the park.