GT-2000 6 TRAIL PlasmaGuard

GT-2000 6 TRAIL PlasmaGuard

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Men's Shoes
Style #: T827N.400
Sale Price € 150,00 EUR 150.00

Variations

  • Color: PEACOAT/BLACK

  • Width: STD

    • STD
  • Size:

    • 5
    • 5.5
    • 6
    • 6.5
    • 7
    • 7.5
    • 8
    • 8.5
    • 9
    • 9.5
    • 10
    • 10.5
    • 11
    • 11.5
    • 12
    • 12.5
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16

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Battle the elements in style in the ASICS GT-2000 6 TRAIL PlasmaGuard for men. Designed for tackling trails in rain, snow and lingering puddles, this go-to running shoe is built for any pace and offers late-stage overpronators superior stability.

Designed with ASICS GEL cushioning to the rear and forefoot for a comfortable and supportive ride, this waterproof running shoe keeps feet dry and protected against slushy snow, rain and mud. Featuring PlasmaGuard, a nano-technology coating that makes shoes resistant to rain and mud and prevents absorption of water that results in added weight; this flexible and breathable shoe doesn't only let you push through unforgiving weather, but it also takes you safely into low-light and night-time runs with its 3M reflectivity.
Complete with a grip tacky trail outsole for uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain, as well as a SpEVA Foam midsole top layer and FlyteFoam midsole bottom later for ultimate bounce-back and cushioning.

Weight
300g

  • 10.5mm heel drop
  • Comfortable instep
  • Stable ride
  • Protective
  • Extra grip tacky outsole
  • Plasmaguard upper protection
  • New Mesh upper design
  • SpEVA Foam midsole top layer
  • New FlyteFoam midsole bottom layer
  • SpEVA lasting
  • Ortholite insole
  • Dynamic Duomax
  • Forefoot and rearfoot GEL
  • Guidance Trusstic
  • Guidance line
  • AHAR rubber sponge outsole
  • AHAR heel plug
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