Asics GT-2000 5 (2E)
Asics GT-2000 5 (2E)
If you are an overpronating runner looking for a durable shoe that's able to withstand higher kilometre runs, than the GT-2000 5 is the shoe for you. Offering structured cushioning and well balanced support, this shoe features a FluidRide® midsole for exceptional bounce-back and exellent cushioning, as well as an added stitch-down toecap to enhance durability and forefoot support.
- ComforDry Sockliner
- Discrete Eyelets
- Dynamic DuoMax® Support System
- FluidRide® Midsole
- Gender-Specific Cushioning
- Guidance Line® Midsole Technology
- Guidance Trusstic System® Technology
- Heel Clutching System Technology
- I.G.S® Technology (Running)
- Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Cushioning Systems
Provides cushioning performance and anti-microbial properties for a cooler, drier, healthier environment.
Independently placed eyelets disburse lace tension, creating a customized fitting environment and enhanced upper comfort.
DYNAMIC DUOMAX® SUPPORT SYSTEM
This evolution of DuoMax® system enhances stability and support, with reduced weight and increased platform comfort.
FluidRide™ provides the ultimate combination of bounce back and cushioning properties with reduced weight and exceptional durability.
GENDER SPECIFIC CUSHIONING
Women's models feature a lower-density top layer in the midsole, allowing female athletes to better enjoy the benefits of midsole compression.
Longitudinal groove that decouples tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
GUIDANCE TRUSSTIC™ SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
This Trusstic System™ version integrates Guidance Line® construction for enhanced gait efficiency while providing midfoot structural integrity.
HEEL CLUTCHING SYSTEM™ TECHNOLOGY
Exoskeletal heel counter provides improved support and creates improved heel fitting environment.
I.G.S® TECHNOLOGY (RUNNING)
ASICS® design philosophy that employs linked componentry to enhance the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off.
REARFOOT AND FOREFOOT GEL® CUSHIONING SYSTEMS
Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.