An award-winning runner favorite, loved for its soft, smooth ride
- Balanced, soft cushioning
BioMoGo DNA and DNA LOFT cushioning work together to provide just-right softness underfoot without losing responsiveness and durability, yet it feels lighter than ever.
- Smooth ride
No matter how your foot lands, our Segmented Crash Pad, an integrated system of shock absorbers, will cushion every step and stride for smooth heel-to-toe transitions.
- Soft, secure fit.
- By placing stretch and structure where you need it most, the newly engineered mesh and 3D Fit Print upper practically disappears on your foot.
- Support: Neutral.
- Midsole drop: 12 mm.
- Real weight: 235 g (Us w 7).
- Arch: Medium, high.
- Experience type: Cushion.
- Use: Training.
- DNA LOFT heel crash pad for softer landings.
- Winner of the Runner's World Editor's Choice award: This product has been recognized as an exceptional plece of gear for the intended user that combines high-quality design and performance.
An innovative cushioning system that adapts to runners of all sizes and speeds, providing a custom ride.
Ideal Pressure Zones
Distribute pressure evenly under your foot, transforming your run into a more comfortable and effortless ride.
Products that will make a runner visible in all lighting conditions while ensuring they're recognized as humans (and not a traffic cone).
Made up of fully-integrated shock absorbers to provide cushion and smooth heel-to-toe transition, maximizing the efficiency of every stride.
The slight curve of the heel aligns force through the center of your ankle joint, reducing internal stress on your body.
3D Fit Print
Using a revolutionary process that uses screen-print technology to apply engineered structure to the uppers of our shoes, it maintains the shoe structure with increased flexibility and lighter weight.
Ballistic Rock Shiedl
Toughened thermoplastic EVA sheath between the outsole and midsole protects the forefoot by spreading out point loads from sharp objects.
Midsole construction that helps your hips, knees and joints move in their unique motion path.