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Fast-paced, lightweight running shoe. Low profile for faster forward momentum, the Asics GEL-Lyte 33 2 is meant to provide a natural running feel.

UPPER: Breathable open mesh with welded synthetic overlays for flexible support.

Rearfoot and forefoot GEL cushioning system. SpEVA midsole for lightweight, cushioned comfort. The heel raise has been lowered from 10 mm on the 33 model to just 6 mm on this one for faster training.

OUTSOLE: Extremely durable rubber with innovative FluidAxis, a deep flex grove that runs through the midsole and outsole. This FluidAxis enhances movement not just up and down but also from side to side.

WEIGHT: 8.2 oz.


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