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REFLECTIVE

This version of the Asics GEL-Nimbus 15 has been dubbed the "Lite-Show" for it's reflective enhancements.

The Asics GEL-Nimbus 15 Lite-Show upper has been enhanced with reflective details and glow-in-the-dark Gel.

Asics GEL-Nimbus 15 Lite-Show delivers an enhanced range of motion, energy return, cushioned comfort and running stability.

This new Nimbus has a lighter weight and more breathability. UPPER: Breathable mesh with synthetic overlays for durability. Padded ankle collar and tongue.

Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.) enhances the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off.

MIDSOLE: Memory foam in the heel further enhances fit and feel. ComforDry insole manages moisture and odors. Solyte midsole is lighter than EVA and offers cushioning. Exoskeletal heel counter provides improved support and creates improved heel fitting environment. GEL cushioning system in heel and forefoot.

OUTSOLE: AHAR, Asics' high abrasion rubber, with DuraSponge forefoot for added durability.

WEIGHT: 11.8 oz.


Esta versión de los GEL-Nimbus 15 de Asics ha sido llamada “Lite-Show” por sus añadidos brillantes y gel que brilla en la oscuridad. Brindan un mayor rango motriz, retorno de energía, acolchonamiento y estabilidad al trotar. Pesan menos y gozan de mejor ve

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