Newton Motion 2010

The Newton supportive performance trainer Motion, is the ultimate hoe for natural running experience. The updated 2010s version has a new high-rebound midsole material with improved upper fit. Whether you are on a daily runs or races, the Newton Motion will be a great companion. (Updated Model : Newton Motion 2012)

MSRP : US$175
Weight : 8.9 oz / 252 gm
Predecessor : Motion '09
Product Cycle : RY.2010.DY.2012.June.
Features : Style : Gender Specific, Midfoot : Upper : Open Mesh, Anatomical Overlays, Metatarsal Stretch Panels, ETC Sockliner : Midsole : Action/Reaction Technology, EVA, Dual Density Post, Met-flex : Outsole : Carbon Rubber Heel, High Density Rubber

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Neutral to High arched foot types. Mid to Forefoot running. Road distance running.
Newton-Motion2009StickerHistory : Motion('10), Motion('09)
Action/Reaction™ Technology : When using the ultra-efficient Land-Lever-Lift midfoot or forefoot running gait, the technology absorbs and then returns your own energy back to you. It's not fancy technospeak, and it's no gimmick. It's a revolutionary way of building a running shoe based on Sir Isaac Newton's third law of motion – "For every ACTION, there is an equal and opposite REACTION." Loosely translated, it means you get a boost of forward energy with every single stride you take.

Anatomical Overlays : Placed strategically to the contour of the foot to provide a secure fit.

Carbon Rubber Heel : Engineered for high mileage durability.

Dual Density Post : Located at the medial midfoot to forefoot and is a higher density material engineered to slow the rate of pronation.

ETC Sockliner : To reduce underfoot friction with anti-bacterial properties.

EVA : An industry standard midsole material designed to offer durable cushioning.

High Density Rubber : Utilized in the forefoot and is intended to provide a long lasting outsole.

Met-Flex : Flex grooves designed to allow the forefoot to flex naturally.

Metatarsal Stretch Panels : Elastic panels positioned at the medial and lateral forefoot to reduce irritation.

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