Footwear - Stability
Pronation during gait is important as it allows the human lower limb to absorb and transmit the shock associated with walking and running. However, ASICS recognises that not everyone is blessed with perfect biomechanics. In fact, research has suggested that 70 to 85% of people have biomechanical inefficiencies and as such are placing undue amounts of stress on their lower limb resulting in either injury or poor performance. With this in mind ASICS developers strive to produce technical componentry that encourages the foot to follow a more neutral path during locomotion. This facilitates healthier biomechanics and thus results in less stress on the body.
A dual-density midsole system positioned to enhance support and stability.
Improves arch support and torsion stability with dual-hardness system softer on lateral side.
An upgrade of the current DuoMax system by distributing local pressure proportionally to increase stability while providing improved comfort.
Gender Specific Trusstic
Recognises the normal periodic changes in the shape of the woman’s arch and provides for the controlled deformation of the arch into the space within the system.
Longitudinal groove that decouples tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
Special hardened unit placed in forefoot for more efficient propulsion phase.
Employs a thin, softer layer that sits on top of main stability component in midsole for comfort.
This midfoot stabilizer creates a cushioned pocket between the
trusstic device and the midsole, allowing for controlled midsole
deformation and more efficient foot function.
Reinforced EVA component contoured to provide medial and lateral stability.
Tri-density midsole enhances guidance and supports quick changes in direction.
Molded compound under midfoot area. Provides a controlled and
contoured misole while improving arch support and torsion stability.