By ASICS

GT-2000 10 (Men's)

$120.00 $170.00

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SKU: 264497

The GT-2000 10 shoe keeps your mind and body focused on the road ahead. It's a versatile running style that's functional for various distances. The engineered knit upper and 3D print details create a featherlight feel with a touch of added stability. A layer of FLYTEFOAM® Propel cushioning underfoot adds a more responsive rebound to your step. The midsole's 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION feature improves compression. This function allows you to experience a smoother and more stable ride.

  • Engineered knit upper offers a supportive and comfortable foothold
  • Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Technology Cushioning System
    Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
  • FLYTEFOAM® Technology
    Provides lightweight cushioning.
  • FLYTEFOAM® Propel Technology
    ASICS energetic foam formulation that provides supreme bounce thanks to a unique elastomer compound.
  • 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION feature improves compression at footstrike
  • LITETRUSS technology to improve medial support
  • OrthoLite X-30 sockliner provides soft step-in comfort
  • The upper's main material is designed with approx. 30% recycled polyester
  • The sockliner's sustainable dyeing process helps reduce overall water usage by approx. 33% and carbon emissions by approx. 45%
Style #: 1011B185

Designed For Neutral/Overpronation


Neutral

  • Foot Type

    Normal size arches

  • Push Off

    There is even distribution from the front of the foot.

  • Considered Injuries

    Less likely due to effective shock absorption, but neutral runners are not immune to injury.

  • How your foot contacts the ground

    The foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight.

Overpronation

  • Foot Type

    Low arches or flat feet

  • Push Off

    Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.

  • Considered Injuries

    Shin splints, plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs.

  • How your foot contacts the ground

    The foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot.