- Contact Zone: The heel on this shoe is incredibly responsive. It is designed to absorb a lot of force at impact and is great if you have a tendency to heel strike. Suffer from shin splints? This type of cushion may be just the thing you’re after.
- Midstance Zone: The middle part of the shoe that’s designed to guide your foot into the right amount of pronation after heel strike. Basically as your foot progresses this layer puts it in the proper position to transfer your energy and propel yourself forward.
- Propulsive Zone: The pad of the foot and out to the toes is a slightly firmer layer designed for maximum transfer of energy from you to the road.
- Structured textile upper designed to support the foot over the center of the platform, plus spacer mesh for breathability
- Low-cut design for added mobility with technical upper construction for fluid, seamless motion transition through the shoe
- Three-foam midsole with ultra soft layer for shock attenuation, lightweight layer for foot guidance, and a responsive layer to help with propulsion forward
- Stable and flat lateral arch area for maximum ground contact for runners with a neutral gait
- Outsole release zone for pronation control and stride integrity, plus outsole progression groove for longitudinal flexibility
- High abrasion rubber heel with decoupled outsole durably isolates shock absorption at the heel strike
As always, I’m here to answer any questions you may have and openly welcome and suggestions to make T&T better. Email me at ToneandTightenFitness@gmail.com
Make it happen,
By Jared Beckstrand