Asics Gel-Nimbus 19 Running Shoe - Women's

Asics Gel-Nimbus 19 Running Shoe - Women's
Asics Gel-Nimbus 19 Running Shoe - Women's
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Gel-Nimbus 19 Running Shoe - Women's by Asics
With the Asics Women's Gel-Nimbus 19 Running Shoe, you're able to maintain a cloud nine feeling when you're trucking through a grueling 23-mile training run. The Gel-Nimbus features a FluidFit upper that can be tightened or loosened for a customizable fit. A seamless upper prevents hot spots and discomfort, and the ComforDry sockliner and last wicks away the build up of moisture and dries quickly for unimpeded comfort. The FlyLyte foam midsole is lightweight and provides adaptive cushioning underfoot, while the rear and forefoot Gel pads attenuate shock and disperse the impact evenly. The Guidance Trusstic System ultimately enhances your gait efficiency, ensuring you're able to maintain a stronger stride. Plus3 technology tacks on an extra 3mm of cushion on the midsole to relieve tension in the Achilles tendon. The Guidance Line outsole promotes smooth, flexible transitions, while the AHAR and DuraSponge outsole provide just-enough traction and a barely there feel for a comfortable cruise no matter where you are.

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SKU: ASC00L6
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