GEL-KAHANA 6

T2E6N

  • $150.00

womens trail shoes

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Product details

The GEL-Kahana 6 is a trail shoe for the consumer who wants a structured running shoe with a trail outsole. This shoe, whilst being a great selection for light trails is also?well suited to light road use. Rearfoot GEL Cushioning attenuates shock during impact phase and provides a more comfortable ride.

Product features

  • An EVA or SpEVA sockliner moulded to the shape of the foot, which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic

  • Midsole material that improves bounce back characteristics and decrease midsole breakdown

  • A dual-density midsole system positioned to enhance support and stability

  • Molded compound under midfoot area. Provides a controlled and contoured midsole while improving arch support and torsion stability

  • Employs 45 degree hardness Solyte Lasting material for soft platform feel

  • Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.

Delivery information

Online Purchases can only be delivered within mainland Australia and Tasmania.

We will endeavour to forward your Online Purchase products within 2 business days of our receipt of your payment for the Order of those products. For more details see our delivery information page.

Shoe care

There are no specific care insturctions for this product.

Returns information

At ASICS, we understand that sometimes you may wish to return a product you have purchased from our online store. To assist you in the returns process, we have set out the asics.com.au returns policy.

Pronation Suitability

Neutral - Over Pronate

  1. Under
  2. Neutral
  3. Over
  4. Severe

Pronation is how a runner's foot rolls laterally between footfall and toe-off. Underpronation is when the foot rolls outwards, overpronation is when it rolls inwards, and a neutral pattern is when little rolling occurs.

Matching a shoe's properties with the runner's running style will increase comfort, running efficiency, and contribute to decreasing the risk of injury.