Guidance Trusstic System®,
Guidance Line- transversely placed elastic grooves for increased walking efficiency.
SpEVA® Midsole Material,
SpEVA - new, very light and durable midsole material that plays a significant role among the ASICS technologies. SpEVA uses a material with three different densities to increase comfort and cushioning: density 45 for ample cushioning and flexibility of the outsole, density 55 for a stiffer and more stable construction to increase pace and density 66 for stiffness that minimizes deformation of the outsole. Material enhances take-offs and lowers the risk of midsole breaking.
California Slip Lasting,
California Slip Lasting - the top part of the upper is stitched to a canvas board and directly attached to the midsole for stability and comfort.
Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Cushioning Systems,
Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® - the Gel system is probably the most known of all Asics technologies. To provide shock free experience, the Gel units are strategically located in the central part of the sole of the shoe. ASICS Gel cushioning system uses a variety of materials. Depending on their function, the Gel units contain Silicon encased in polyurethane capsules. The shape of Gel units is precisely designed based on their function and location in the outsole. Neutralizes shocks in the landing and take-off phase and supports the process of walking.
3M Reflective - a reflective material from the 3M company, used to increase visibility and safety at night.
AHAR + - thinner and lighter version of AHAR. Placed in the strategic places of the outsole to increase durability while maintaining low weight.
Removable Sockliner - insole that can be changed for the orthopedic purposes. Adapts to the shape of the foot.
Solid Rubber Outsole
Textile material – all products in their basic state, semi-processed, semi-manufactured, semi-finished, which consist of a newtwork of natural or artificial fibers, regardless of mixing or combining process.
Other materials – This group include PCV, PU, nylon, caoutchouc, polyester, acetate, acrylic, spandex, orlon, lastex, Kevlar. Synthetic materials and leathers resemble natural leather, but their properties, such as breathability, absorption, conformation to the foot are often not as good as with the natural leather. They are much cheaper and easier to color and form varied patterns with. This group can be divided into:
- polymers – synthetic leathers, similar to natural leather with its look and properties. They are easy to clean and care for.
- caoutchouc – similar properties as synthetic materials, used for special protective footwear
- mixed materials – used mostly in sports shoes, they give unlimited possibilities when it comes to colors and patterns
- waterproof membrane – a special material that makes shoes waterproof without compromising on breathability (e.g. Gore-Tex). Used mostly in outdoor and sports shoes
Other materials – This group include PCV, PU, nylon, caoutchouc, polyester, acetate, acrylic, spandex, orlon, lastex, Kevlar. Synthetic materials and leathers resemble natural leather, but their properties, such as breathability, absorption, conformation to the foot are often not as good as with the natural leather. They are much cheaper and easier to color and form varied patterns with
Easy product returns
You can return the product without providing a reason within 14 days.
24 months - Warranty is granted by the seller for a period of 24 months.
We warrant that the Product will be delivered undamaged in the quantities ordered; and the Product will conform with the manufacturer's latest published instructions as set out on the Site or in our Product material at the time of your Order. If a customer states a faulty product within 24 months from a purchase he/she is entitled to his rights in accordance with an act that went into effect on 27.07.2002 (Act . 2002 nb 141 pos. 1176)
If You want to lodge a complaint we may need Your contact with us beforehand (bookmark contact)
Size selection of a shoe is an individual matter and it is up to the customer to chose. It is determined by many factors such as: foot shape, weight or shoe style.
If You already have footwear of the same manufacturer it can be helpful. You can read all data that are printed either on the label of the shoe or on the box and compare with size breakdown chart of the manufacturer Take into consideration that size differences are also determined by material, style and process of manufacturing.
You can also measure the insole and check the length of it with manufacturer size chart.
In case of wrongly selected size we offer exchange for the proper one.
Size breakdown chart below shows sizes according to the manufacturer. Length of the insole is only approximate and it is not perfectly measured.