Pearl Izumi EM Road N1 v2 Running Shoe - Women's

Pearl Izumi EM Road N1 v2 Running Shoe - Women's
Pearl Izumi EM Road N1 v2 Running Shoe - Women's
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EM Road N1 v2 Running Shoe - Women's by Pearl Izumi
The Pearl Izumi Women's EM Road N1 v2 Running Shoe offers an extremely lightweight, smooth-flexing feel with the responsiveness needed to maintain a fast cadence and set race day PRs. The 3-D Seamless Print Upper wraps your foot in ultra-light support, with its 7. 4-ounce weight indicative of its featherweight performance. The N1 v2 is biomechanically suited for runners with a neutral to supinator gait. The 19-millimeter stack height offers a low-profile feel for fast-paced runs and races, but without sacrificing cushioning like other minimalist running shoes. Offering Pearl's Dynamic Offset midsole, the N1 v2 facilitates a gradual transition from heel strike through toe off. The result is a fluid, sublimely-smooth transition, further enhanced by 1:1 Energy Foam along the forefoot for heightened response. Add in a hybrid sole comprised of blown and carbon rubber types for increased grip and abrasion-resistance.

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