asics GT-2000 12, Women's
asics GT-2000 12 running shoe delivers superb support for a comfortable run that will help clear your mind.
It's the most comfortable version of the shoe to date and the perfect choice if you're after extra guidance during your run.
The shoe's 3D GUIDANCE SYSTEM technology supports the placement of your foot and guides you forward in a natural way, offering enhanced stability.
In addition, its PureGEL technology and soft FF BLAST PLUS foam provides boosted comfort on every single run.
asics GT-2000 12 is designed with comfort and support, and has been extensively tested at asics' Institute of Sports Science (ISS).
Designed For Neutral/Overpronation*
- 3D GUIDANCE SYSTEM technology: consists of three distinct components designed to deliver extra stability by guiding the foot naturally.
- PureGEL technology: boosts softness and shock absorption to lessen impact.
- FF BLAST PLUS foam: offers lightweight, premium cushioning for boosted comfort.
- Jacquard mesh upper: helps enhance breathability and comfort.
- AHARPLUS outsole rubber: guarantees maximum durability.
- AHAR LO-HRD premium outsole material: for maximum traction and durability.
- OrthoLite X-30 sockliner: gives soft step-in comfort.
- Reflective details: boosts visibility in gloomy conditions.
- Vegan-friendly: no materials of animal origin have been used in the design and material selection stages, including the yarns, glues or other adhesives applied in the product.
- Environmentally-friendly: at least 50% of the shoe's primary upper consists of recycled materials and water and carbon emissions to have been minimised in the production of the shoe’s sockliner.
Definition of Overpronation*:
Foot Type: low arches or flat feet
Push-off: big toe and second toe do most of the work.
Impact: the foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge rather than ball of the foot.
Definition of Neutral*:
Foot Type: normal size arches
Push-off: there is even distribution from the front of the foot.
Impact: the foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight.