The tri-inspired marvel with wild styles

€55.00This price includes tax



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Product details

Product details

Get your baby their first triathlon shoe. It’s perfect for wobbly toddlers learning to walk, with a wider forefoot for them to find their balance. Getting them on is easy, too – the tongue is sewn to the shoe so it doesn’t slip down inside.

Make sure they’re wearing the right size with a sockliner that marks where their big toe should be. And help them learn the difference between left and right with animal prints on the sockliner where their heel goes.

  • Get the iconic NOOSA TRI look with a ‘Swim. Bike. Run’ print
  • Help them put the right shoe on with different animal prints on the sockliner
  • Encourage their first steps with a wider forefoot that allows them to stretch their toes to balance


Severe Over
Pronation is how a runner's foot rolls medially between footfall and toe-off. Underpronation is when the foot rolls outwards, overpronation is when it rolls inwards, and a neutral pattern is when little rolling occurs.

Matching a shoe's properties with the runner's running style will increase comfort, running efficiency, and contribute to decreasing the risk of injury.
Product Features

Product Features

California Slip Lasting

For stability and comfort. Upper is stitched around a canvas or EVA board and directly attached to the midsole.

Open Mesh Upper

Provides excellent comfort and breathability.

Delivery and returns

Delivery and returns

We deliver throughout the United Kingdom, Monday-Friday excluding public holidays. Delivery methods are: £0,00- Standard - 2-3 days delivery and £13,50 - Express - 1 day delivery.

Merchandise purchased on asics.com may be returned for a refund within 30 days of the date of purchase, as long at it meets the necessary conditions. To see the returns conditions and information in full please visit the Returns information page.

Shoe Care

Shoe Care

Surface dirt such as mud and grit can be cleaned off with an old toothbrush or nail brush, a little warm water and a gentle anti-grease soap. This should take care of the dirt, and is fine to do once in a while.

Don't wash your shoes in a washing machine. Remove the sock-liner or insole and wash it separately. This will help make the inside of your shoe fresher. Laces can be washed or replaced.
Don't place them near a heating device such as a heater or radiator. Direct heat will alter the shape of the shoe. Open out the shoe and then stuff the inside with kitchen paper or newspaper. The paper will absorb the dampness inside the shoe. A shoe takes about twelve hours to dry out.