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GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
GEL-CUMULUS 22 PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE
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R 2,300
Style: 1011A862-023
Color: PIEDMONT GREY/MAGNETIC BLUE

GEL-CUMULUS 22

GEL-CUMULUS 22

R 2,300

Product Details

The GEL-CUMULUS™ 22 running shoe is a recommended choice for neutral runners who want a soft and flexible everyday trainer with a great fit. This update features a one-piece mesh upper that's combined with a seamless 3D print construction to improve support and comfort around the foot. The FLYTEFOAM™ technology in the midsole is softer than the previous version to promote a pillowy ride. Under the heel where the foot first hits the ground has been redesigned to isolate impact while the new heel design's deeper forefoot flex grooves and softer midsole foam create a smoother ride. Lastly, a hard-wearing AHAR™ rubber outsole compound has been placed in key contact areas to help the GEL-CUMULUS™ 22 shoe stand up to a ton of miles.

Product Features

AHAR® Outsole

Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.

FLYTEFOAM™ PROPEL

The Flytefoam Propel midsole material is made with high energy return elastomer added to the foam. This patented formulation is extremely resilient, comfortable and lightweight compared with other foams in the market. It also produces an enhanced bounce and push-off.

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 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.