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Experience the reliable fit, stability and cushioning of the best-selling GT-2000 series when you slip on the GT-2160 by Asics! This model keeps everything you loved about the series while pushing the envelope with an improved fit and reduced weight!

UPPER: Lightweight nylon and mesh upper for durability and breathability.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole with a Gender-Specific Space Trusstic system to reduce weight while maintaining the integrity of the shoe. Impact Guidance System (I.G.S) helps to encourage the natural gait of your foot for a more natural feel while you run.

OUTSOLE: Rubber outsole with Guidance Line for stability and Impact Guidance System in the heel for additional support. Dual-density Solyte outsole provides additional shock absorption and comfort without weighing you down.

WEIGHT: (9.6 oz.) For use while running/training.


Siente el ajuste, estabilidad y acolchonamiento confiables que caracterizan a la serie GT-2000 al calzar los GT-2160 de Asics. El modelo más reciente conserva tus elementos favoritos de la serie pero mejorando el ajuste y reduciendo su peso. CORTE: Nailon

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