Strategically constructed to take on the unexpected conditions of the trails, the GT-2000™ 8 Trail running shoe is equipped with excellent cushioning and traction features to navigate the road less traveled in comfort.
The GT-2000™ 8 Trail model incorporates GEL™ technology based cushioning in the forefoot and rearfoot to suppress impact on the trail head's varying surfaces, while delivering excellent comfort throughout your running workout. DYNAMIC DUOMAX™ componentry in the midsole works in conjunction with GUIDANCE SYSTEM™ technology to keep overpronation at bay, while creating a smooth transition in each step.
In order to create a faster response in your stride, this shoe implements our FLYTEFOAM™ technology that returns to its original state after releasing from ground contact. Additionally, this style's outsole is complemented with a lugged traction pattern to increase grip on loose and slippery surfaces.
Fused with engineered cushioning and strategic traction properties, the GT-2000™ 8 Trail running shoe is set to stand up to adventures that might encounter unexpected conditions.
Pronation is part of the natural movement of the human body and refers to the way your foot rolls inward for impact distribution upon landing. Understanding your pronation type can help you find a comfortable running shoe. The GT-2000 8 TRAIL is made for Overpronation.
Low arches or flat feet
Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.
How your foot contacts the ground
The foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot.
Rearfoot and forefoot GEL™ technology cushioning
FLYTEFOAM™ technology cushioning
DYNAMIC DUOMAX™ technology helps reduce pronation
TRUSSTIC™ SYSTEM technology improves stability
GT-2000 8 TRAIL is rated
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A great allrounderI have 2 km from my home to the trails - that can be a "long run" in a pair of real trailshoes and often I change shoes before hitting the trails. But with the GT-2000 8 Trail I can perfectly fine run on the roads to the trail and then hit the trails pretty hard - they still have a decent grip. If it gets too muddy - I would not use it, but for mostly dry trailrunning or a mix of road and trail - it's perfekt !