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Asics GEL-Noosa Tri 8 running shoe is designed for speed is certain to cause some second glances! Updated, this version of the GEL-Noosa is even faster and bolder! Cool graphics feature runners, bikers, swimmers, kangaroos, and inspiring words. This new model is equipped with Dynamic DuoMax for enhanced cushioning.

Comes with extra set of bungee laces.

UPPER: Ventilated mesh and sytnethic.

MIDSOLE: Dual Density Solyte for comfort. Perforated sockliner. Asics GEL Cushioning System in the forefoot and rearfoot for superior cushioning throughout. DuoMax Support System enhances support and stability for the ultimate ride. Elastic laces for easy slip on.

OUTSOLE: Durable rubber. Wet Grip provides grip on multiple surfaces, including wet surfaces, by utilizing a special blend of organic and non-organic components. Propulsion Trusstic mimics the connective tissue in the foot and Space Trusstic System offers foot stability.

WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


Estos tenis han sido diseñados para trotar velozmente y llamar la atención. Con esta versión mejorada, los GEL-Nossa son más rápidos y llamativos. Vienen con gráficos de corredores, ciclistas, nadadores, canguros y palabras que inspiran. Además vienen equi

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