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Fast-paced, lightweight running shoe. Low profile for faster forward momentum.

UPPER: Breathable open mesh with welded synthetic overlays for flexible support. Rearfoot and forefoot GEL cushioning system. Solyte midsole for lightweight, cushioned comfort.

OUTSOLE: Extremely durable rubber. Grooved midsole and outsole designed for flexibility.

WEIGHT: 8 oz.


Tenis ligeros para totar rápido. Son de bajo perfil para aprovechar la inercia hacia adelante. CORTE: Malla abierta para ventilación con añadidos de material sintético para mayor soporte y flexibilidad. Sistema GEL de acolchonamiento al frente y detrás. Su

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