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  1. Like Running on Clouds!
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Like Running on Clouds!

Feel like you're running on clouds when you're wearing the Asics Women's GEL Nimbus! This high-end neutral trainer is lightweight, comfortable and stable while catering to both underpronators and moderate overpronators!

UPPER: Lightweight Biomorphic Fit nylon and mesh upper for breathability and a snug, comfortable fit.

MIDSOLE: EVA insole with Gender Specific Cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Rubber outsole with Guidance Line for stability and Impact Guidance System in the heel for additional support.

WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


Siente que corres sobre las nubes con los tenis para dama GEL Nimbus de Asics. Son ligeros cómodos y estables, ideales para entrenar. CORTE: Nailon ligero con tecnología Biomorphic Fit para un ajuste cómodo y malla para ventilación. Plantilla de espuma tip

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