Newton Isaac Womens 6 UK

Newton Isaac Womens 6 UK

Offering intelligent control, the Lady Isaac neutral guidance trainer is designed for runners of all levels, including beginners, who are committed to Natural Running. Whether you follow Chi, Pose, Evolution, barefoot running or just want to run better, the Sir Isaac allows you to run naturally with greater efficiency and less overuse injuries like achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. Recommended for any distance and general fitness, walking or working out in the gym. The Guidance Trainer vs Performance Trainer The Guidance Trainer has Beveled Heel and Toe guides footstrike easily into the midfootforefoot Beveled Lugs feels smoother, more stable and gradual in the forefoot Wider midfootforefoot and lugs added stability, creating a softer feel Midfoot ChassisShank added support and stability Carbon Rubber Outersole increased durability Closed Mesh on Upper keeps small debris out For new customers, our shoes tend to fit smaller that many common running shoes. With every shoe there is an adjustment period. UPPER Highly breathable, closed mesh Slip proof laces with heel securing double eyelets Lightweight ergonomic support strapping Metatarsal stretch panels for foot adjustment Reflective logo and heel tab MIDSOLE Single density, high rebound EVA Second generation ActionReaction TechnologyT forefoot and heel Midfoot support chassis for added stability Beveled heel and toe Met flex enhanced forefoot flexibility Enhanced sock liner that increases energy return and protection Accommodates orthotics OUTERSOLE Second generation durable, high traction actuator lugs Increased toe spring Pronounced heel rocker High wear carbon rubber with traction tread GREEN FEATURES 100% recycled laces, webbing, insole top cover 100% recycled PET upper mesh 100% recycled box, packaging 10% recycled outersole rubber

Price:  £71.50 from  Hargroves Cycles

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