Asics Gel 1170

Introduction the latest incarnation of the Asics Gel 1000 Series, the Asics Gel 1170. Re-engineered with an enhanced upper for a more secure fit and comfort while retaining all the goodness found from its previous models, the Gel 1170 will keep your run fluid and well protected from impact related injuries and great comfort for your long journey.

MSRP : US$90
Weight : 10.7 oz / 303 gm
Predecessor : Gel 1160
Product Cycle : RY.2012.DY.20XX.
Features : Style : Gender Specific : Upper : Open Mesh, Standard Sockliner, Strobel Last : Midsole : SpEVA™ Midsole, Gel™, DuoMax™, Trusstic System™ : Outsole : AHAR™, DuraSponge™

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AsicsGel1160.DCHistory : Gel 1000 Series : 1170('12), 1160('11), 1150('10), 1140('09), 1130('08), 1120~1000

AHAR™, Rearfoot : A thinner and lighter version of Asics High Abrasion Resistance rubber. It is placed on the impact area of the outsole to reduce excessive wear.

DuoMax®, Medial Post : Ensures that the shoe maintains proper support for the foot during the critical transition from heel strike to toe-off.

DuraSponge®, Forefoot : A new blown rubber compound for enhanced durability and cushioning in the forefoot.

Gel®, Forefoot n Rearfoot : Provides maximum rearfoot and forefoot shock attenuation.

SpEva™ Midsole : Full length midsole material and is Asics' mid-level midsole. Although SpEVA is not as durable and lightweight as Solyte, it has increased energy return compared to that of compression molded EVA.

Trusstic System™ : Located at the bottom of the midsole and is made from thermal plastic. It reduces the weight of the sole while decreasing torsion between the rearfoot and forefoot.

Open Mesh : An ultra lightweight shoe upper with overlays which provides excellent support and ventilation.

Standard Sockliner : Removable full-length insert of industry standard, EVA, cushioning material to provides additional comfort.

Strobel Last : The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel.

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