NOVABLAST

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NOVABLAST

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Women's Shoes
£120.00 £60.00

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Surface
Road
Heel Drop
mm
Weight
221 g/7.8 oz
Support
Neutral
Cushion
Maximum

The NOVABLAST™ Modern Tokyo edition shoe from ASICS is for neutral runners who want an energized running experience. Celebrating the aesthetics and advancement of the Japanese capital, this lightweight running style is equipped with our FLYTEFOAM BLAST™ midsole foam underfoot for a responsive bounce in each stride.

The outsole and midsole of the NOVABLAST™ shoe have been designed to accentuate the energized feeling of the FLYTEFOAM BLAST™ technology, creating a ""trampoline"" effect that propels you forward. The NOVABLAST™ shoe is higher off the ground than most running style, promoting lasting comfort over long distances.

The shoe's soft, lightweight Jacquard mesh upper delivers excellentl airflow, keeping your feet cool and fresh throughout your run. Additionally, reflective details provide extra visibility in low-light conditions.

Put a bounce in your step with the new NOVABLAST™ Modern Tokyo performance running shoe and experience a soft and lightweight ride.

  • MODERN TOKYO design edition
  • FLYTEFOAM BLAST™ midsole foam
  • AHARPLUS™ Rubber outsole
  • ORTHOLITE lasting
  • Reflectivity
  • Monofilament Engineered Jacquard Mesh
Style #: 1012A661.100

Designed For Neutral

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Neutral

  • Foot Type

    Normal size arches
  • Push Off

    There is even distribution from the front of the foot.
  • How your foot contacts the ground

    The foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight.