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GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
GT-2000 9 MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS
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Rp1,699,000
Style: 1012A859-400
Color: MAKO BLUE/GREY FLOSS

GT-2000 9

GT-2000 9

Rp1,699,000

Product Details

For nearly 30 years, the GT-2000™ series has been the stability shoe of choice for a variety of runners, ranging from casual weekend warriors to top marathon finishers. If you're looking for a lightweight, cushioned running shoe to help support your foot, the GT-2000™ 9 model is an excellent choice.
 
 The fit of the ninth incarnation of the GT-2000™ running shoe has been redesigned with a one-piece mesh construction for an improved fit over the top of the foot. This new upper material has been reinforced in key areas for added support as the foot rolls through the gait cycle while also delivering a more efficient toe-off.
 
 
 
 PRODUCT FEATURES
 
 - One-piece mesh construction for an improved forefoot fit and targeted support
 
 - Rearfoot and forefoot GEL™ technology provides increased shock and impact absorption where you need it the most
 
 - FLYTEFOAM™ technology midsole material is lighter and more durable than traditional midsole foams

Pronation

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 9 is made for Neutral and Overpronation.
  • Under
  • Neutral
  • Over

Neutral

  • Foot Type

    Normal size arches

  • Push Off

    There is even distribution from the front of the foot.

  • How your foot ontacts the ground

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

Overpronation

  • Foot Type

    Low arches or flat feet

  • Push Off

    Big toe and second toe do majority of the work.

  • How your foot ontacts 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.