There is even distribution from the front of the foot.
Less likely due to effective shock absorption, but neutral runners are not immune to injury.
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.
The FUJI LITE™ 3 shoe is inspired by the Hinoki Cypress tree that's native to Mount Fuji. It keeps you focused on the path ahead and guides you towards a more positive mindset.
Key updates include a greater percentage of recycled textiles for the upper construction. This allows us to reduce waste and re-use leftover resources.
Following a sustainable design approach, the reshaped FLYTEFOAM® midsole is formed with recycled materials. This foam creates lightweight shock absorption, propelling your stride forward as you move through the trails.
Lastly, the shoe's outsole is designed to increase traction on muddy or loamy surfaces.
Engineered mesh upper
At least 50% of the shoe’s main upper material is made with recycled materials to reduce waste and carbon emissions
The sockliner is produced with the solution dyeing process that reduces water usage by approximately33% and carbon emissions by approximately 45% compared to the conventional dyeing technology
Help improve visibility.
Lace garage tongue feature
Allows the wearer to tuck in their laces, so they don’t come untied or snag anything when they’re running.
FLYTEFOAM™ cushioning consists of cellulose nanofiber, a bio-based material applied as a component of this shoe's midsole
Helps runners experience better traction and durability on wet and dry trail surfaces.