Asics Gel-Fujitrabuco 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Asics Gel-Fujitrabuco 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Asics Gel-Fujitrabuco 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Gel-Fujitrabuco 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Asics
Tough trails, loose gravel and errant obstacles don't stand a chance when you have the Asics Women's Gel-Fujitrabuco 6 Trail Running Shoe on your side. The Fujitrabuco is a bit of a mouthful (in terms of its name), but its design is pretty straight forward. This running shoe features a near seamless design for a barely-there fit and feel, while the traditional lace system is endowed with a slightly more modern feature--a lace garage that offers secure respite and prevents you from tripping up and over your shoes. The PGuard toe protector defends your feet from unseen rocks and roots, and the Rock Protection plate safeguards you from additional sharp objects. More importantly, though, the Fujitrabuco feautres Asics' Solyte midsole technology, which enhances energy return, provides ample cushion underfoot, and maintains longevity to assure miles of performance. And, because no trail running shoe would be complete without a little extra traction, the trial-specific outsole maintains grip in varied terrain.

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SKU: ASC00MW
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