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 GEL-NIMBUS® 25 shoe's soft cushioning properties help you feel like you're landing on clouds. This neutral trainer is revamped with new materials that create a softer and smoother running experience.
A soft knit upper comfortably wraps your foot while supplying advanced ventilation. Its updated knit tongue construction provides better flexibility and extends around the ankle for a more luxurious fit and feel.
The midsole is packed with the most cushioning that the series has offered to date. By adding more FF BLAST™ PLUS ECO cushioning and using our new PureGEL™ technology, this trainer creates a lighter and softer cushioning experience.
Engineered knit upper
Wraps the foot with a soft feel while improving breathability
At least 75% of the shoe's main upper material is made with recycled content to reduce waste and carbon emissions
The sockliner is produced with the solution dyeing process that reduces water usage by approximately 33% and carbon emissions by approximately 45% compared to the conventional dyeing technology
Helps provide lightweight cushioning and softer landings
FF BLAST™ ECO PLUS technology
Cushioning creates a softer landing and a more responsive toe-off
OrthoLite™ X-55 sockliner
Improves step-in comfort
Designed to improve visibility in low-light conditions