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Aqua/Cement/Electric Melon

  1. A Runners' World Editor's Choice!
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A Runners' World Editor's Choice!

Ideal for trail runners, this lightweight shoe from Asics won a Runners' World Editor's Choice pick.

UPPER: Lightweight, breathable nylon and performance mesh.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned SoLyte for optimum comfort and support. Trusstic system reduces weight while increasing stability and integrity of the shoe.

Ankle collar locks heels in place..

OUTSOLE: Flexible rubber outsole for traction. Water drainage system reduces moisture and keeps feet fresh and dry.

WEIGHT: 7.0 oz.


CORTE: Nailon y malla para hacerlos más ligeros y fomentar la ventilación. Suela media tipo SoLyte acolchonada para mayor comodidad y soporte. Sistema Trusstic que reduce su peso mientras incrementa su estabilidad e integridad. SUELA: Hule flexible que te

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