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GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE
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R 1,100
Style: 1014A148-404
Color: FRENCH BLUE/DIGITAL GRAPE

GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS

GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS

R 1,100

Product Details

The GEL-CUMULUS™ 22 kid's running shoe is designed to help deliver excellent cushioning, while promoting a smooth ride. Constructed with a lightweight mesh upper that generates forefoot support, this shoe also supplies plenty of airflow to keep feet cool and comfortable throughout the day.The GEL™ technology cushioning in the midsole is met with a layer of EVA foam to supply a combination of comfort and lasting durability. The new last helps create a stronger response during the toe-off stage of the stride, while the outsole's flex grooves generate full-ground contact for a smooth stride.

Product Features

AHAR PLUS OUTSOLE

Strategically positioned in critical areas of the outsole, this exceptionally durable compound is 50% more durable than standard ASICS High Abrasion Rubber.

ENGINEERED MESH UPPER

Multi-directional mesh material improves ventilation and stability.

GEL™

Our iconic GEL ™ technology provides superior shock absorption where you need it most, for a more comfortable ride. Developed in our Institute for Sport Science, GEL™ technology reduces the impact of every stride on your body.

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 GEL-CUMULUS 22 GS 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.