ASICS Women’s Gel-Venture 8 Running Shoes
(as of Jun 08,2022 16:07:31 UTC – Details)
DURABLE UPPER CONSTRUCTION
Synthetic overlays are stitched into the breathable mesh upper in strategic areas for added support and durability.
This tread pattern is designed for consumers wearing them on concrete or trail surfaces. The outsole lugs have also been designed to help runners generate better traction on a trail’s uphill and downhill sections.
GEL technology is placed directly under the rearfoot for excellent shock absorption at the runner’s point of impact.
252 g/8.9 oz
How Your Foot Contacts The Ground: The outside of the heel hits the ground at an increased angle with minimal pronation, causing shock to the lower leg.
Push-Off: You experience pressure on your outer toes.
Considered Injuries: Plantar fasciitis, shin splints, ankle strain.
Foot Type: High arches.
NEUTRAL FOOT TYPE IS
How Your Foot Contacts The Ground: Your foot lands on the outside of the heel and then rolls inward, absorbing impact on the body.
Push-Off: Your experience even distribution from the front of the foot.
Considered Injuries: Getting hurt is less likely due to effective shock absorption, but not impossible.
Foot Type: Normal-size arches.
How Your Foot Contacts The Ground: Your foot lands on the outside of the heel and then rolls inward, transferring excess weight.
Push-Off: Your experience pressure mainly on your big toe and second toe.
Considered Injuries: Shin splints, plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs.
Foot Type: Low arches or flat feet.
Product Dimensions : 10 x 15 x 6 inches; 2 Pounds
Department : Womens
Date First Available : April 2, 2021
Manufacturer : Asics
ASIN : B091KGFSRL
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate sole
GEL Technology – Cushioning provides excellent shock absorption
Updated with a more accommodating forefoot fit, while reducing the amount of overlays around the forefoot without sacrificing durability –
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