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ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
ROADBLAST TOKYO
 SUNRISE RED/BLACK
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Rp1,199,000
Style: 1011B071-600
Color: SUNRISE RED/BLACK

ROADBLAST TOKYO

ROADBLAST TOKYO

Rp1,199,000

Product Details

Redefine your running boundaries with the ROADBLAST™ TOKYO performance running shoe. This iteration also features our SUNRISE RED™ colorway to celebrate the city of Tokyo and the country of Japan. Featuring a gender-specific knit pattern that takes on the natural splay of men's and women's foot shapes, this shoe is lightweight and breathable to keep feet comfortable during running workouts. Introducing a blend of FLYTEFOAM® Blast and AMPLIFOAM™ technologies in the midsole structure to help produce a bouncy energy return, this shoe also helps generate improved comfort. Additionally, the outsole is strategically placed to work with the shape of the midsole to improve propulsion and help create a trampoline effect within your stride. Combining responsive midsole technologies with specially formulated knit patterns, ROADBLAST™ Tokyo shoe is made to offer comfort and speed throughout your run training objectives.

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 ROADBLAST TOKYO is made for Neutral and Overpronation.
  • Under
  • Neutral
  • Over

Underpronation

  • Foot Type

    High arches

  • Push Off

    The pressure is on smaller toes on outside of foot.

  • How your foot contacts the ground

    The outer side of the heel hits the ground at an increased angle with little or no normal pronation, causing a large transmission of shock through the lower leg.

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.