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    Asics Womens Gel-Cumulus 15 SS14 White/Snow/Lavender

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    A cushioned trainer with a super plush platform feel, the GEL-Cumulus 15 provides better comfort than ever.

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    Asics Womens Gel-Cumulus 15 SS14 White/Snow/Lavender Description

  • Brand : Asics
  • Season : SS14
  • Code : T3C5N0100
  • Weight : 0KG
  • PRONATION SUITABILITY - NEUTRAL
     
    A cushioned trainer with a super plush platform feel, the GEL-Cumulus 15 provides better comfort than ever.
     
    New in this edition is the full-length SpEVA lasting delivering extra bounce back. Along with the Visible Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL, it absorbs shock when your foot lands to provide a fantastic cushioned ride.
     
    The women’s model features Gender Specific Cushioning, making the midsole’s top layer softer to accommodate for women’s lower body weight and create a more cushioned ride designed exclusively for women.
     
    It also includes the Full Length Guidance Line, a groove along the sole that guides your foot through the gait cycle and helps you run more efficiently, even when fatigue sets in. 
     
    The Discrete Eyestay Construction on the upper improves the overall fit by allowing each eyelet to pull directly from the base of the shoe.
     
    ComforDry™ Sockliner
    Removable sockliner that provides cushioning performance and anti-microbial properties for a cooler, dryer, healthier environment.
     
    Discrete Eyelets
    Independently placed eyelets disperse lace tension, creating a customized fit environment and enhanced upper comfort.
     
    Guidance Trusstic
    This Trusstic System integrates Guidance construction for enhanced gait efficiency while providing midfoot structural integrity.
     
    Guidance Line®
    Vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
     
    Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.
    ASICS® design philosophy that employs linked componentry to enhance the foot's natual gait from heel strike to toe-off.
     
    FluidRide
    The latest evolution in ASICS midsole technology. FluidRide provides the ultimate in bounce back & cushioning characterics while being lightweight.
     
    3M Reflective
    Reflective material produced by 3M company, for night safety.
     
    AHAR+
    New blown AHAR outsole material. Delivers enhanced cushioning, durability and ride to the foot.
     
    SpEVA 45 Lasting
    ASICS midsole material takes on a new role as a lasting technology for enhanced cushioning and comfort.
     
    Light AHAR sponge
    A blown AHAR rubber outsole material with high abrasion-resistant qualities for added durability, combined with a comfortable, cushioned ride.
     
    Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Cushioning System
    Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
     
     

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    Asics Womens Gel-Cumulus 15 SS14 White/Snow/Lavender Buyers Guide

    What is Pronation?

    If you’re a runner or you know a runner, then you've no doubt heard words like 'pronation', 'underpronation' and 'overpronation'. They describe your type of foot strike – the way your foot lands as you run.

    As your foot makes contact with the ground, the outside part of the heel lands first. As the rest of your foot comes down, it’s the outside that continues the movement as it also "rolls" inwards to come into complete contact with the ground. This distributes the force of the impact, transferring as much energy as possible into the forefoot for the push-off phase of your gait.

    Issues arise if this process occurs too much which is ‘overpronation’, or too little which is called ‘underpronation’ (also sometimes called supination). This puts the joints, muscles and connective tissues under excessive pressure.

    In a runner who ‘overpronates’, the foot rolls inwards too much. Force transfer and shock absorption are less efficient in these cases, and extra pressure is placed on the medial structure of the leg as it collapses inwards.

    In a runner who ‘underpronates’, the stride sequence starts with the outside of the heel making contact with the ground, but the inward roll of the foot doesn’t happen efficiently. All the force of the runner’s gait remains concentrated along the outside edge of the foot and pressure is exerted down the lateral structure of the leg.

    In a ‘neutral’ runner, the running stride is within ideal boundaries.

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    Pronation

    What is Pronation?

    If you’re a runner or you know a runner, then you've no doubt heard words like 'pronation', 'underpronation' and 'overpronation'. They describe your type of foot strike – the way your foot lands as you run.

    As your foot makes contact with the ground, the outside part of the heel lands first. As the rest of your foot comes down, it’s the outside that continues the movement as it also "rolls" inwards to come into complete contact with the ground. This distributes the force of the impact, transferring as much energy as possible into the forefoot for the push-off phase of your gait.

    Issues arise if this process occurs too much which is ‘overpronation’, or too little which is called ‘underpronation’ (also sometimes called supination). This puts the joints, muscles and connective tissues under excessive pressure.

    In a runner who ‘overpronates’, the foot rolls inwards too much. Force transfer and shock absorption are less efficient in these cases, and extra pressure is placed on the medial structure of the leg as it collapses inwards.

    In a runner who ‘underpronates’, the stride sequence starts with the outside of the heel making contact with the ground, but the inward roll of the foot doesn’t happen efficiently. All the force of the runner’s gait remains concentrated along the outside edge of the foot and pressure is exerted down the lateral structure of the leg.

    In a ‘neutral’ runner, the running stride is within ideal boundaries.