If you've ever wondered what it would be like to run on a cloud, look no further than the Asics Women's Gel-Cumulus 19 Running Shoe to lead the way. This running shoe features Convergence Gel technology for comfort and adaptive shock absorption. And, when paired with Convergence Gel and Asics' FluidRide technology, this shoe allows you to feel the adaptive performance that emerges when engaging your natural stride and encountering varied terrain. Rear and forefoot Gel cushioning softens impacts to maintain a comfortable platform that's suitable for long and short distances alike. Asics employed the Cumulus 19 with Guidance Lines that run vertically along the sole to promote an efficient gait that propels you forward with each stride. The Cumulus 19 leans more towards neutral support, but that's not to say it's an ill-fitting shoe for undepronaters. Additionally, the V-shaped design maintains just enough room in the toebox for wider feet, while the narrow-necked heel cup supports your Achilles for run-long comfort. And for sure-footed grip, the Asics High Abrasion Rubber (AHAR) provides traction alongside wear-resistance in zones of higher impact, such as the heel.
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