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Ideal use: Road running
Designed for: Overpronation
Upper: Engineered mesh (20% recycled)
Outsole: AHAR Rubber with Flex-grooves
Cushioning: Lightweight rearfoot and forefoot GEL technology for shock absorption
Sockliner solution dyed, reducing water usage by 33% and carbon emissions by 45%
Dynamic Duomax technology improves stability
Ortholite sockliner provides soft step-in comfort
No-sew overlays improve support
Gait Type: Stability
Midsole Drop: 10mm
For nearly 30 years, the Asics GT-2000 series has been the stability shoe of choice for a variety of runners, ranging from casual weekend warriors to top marathon finishers. If you're looking for a lightweight and cushioned running shoe to help support your foot, the GT-2000 9 model is an excellent choice.
The fit of the GT-2000 9 has been redesigned with a one-piece mesh construction to create an improved fit. This new upper material has also been reinforced in key areas for added support as the foot rolls through the gait cycle. The shoe's upper is also made with recycled materials, while the sockliner is produced with a solution dyeing process that reduces carbon emissions and water usage. Lastly, a combination of Flytefoam and Gel technology cushioning are positioned in the midsole to help promote lightweight comfort, and reduce the overall shock from impact.
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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.
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.