This ASICS Running Shoe Is Half Off

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If you are in the market for cross-training shoes, then you need to see this deal on the fourth version of the ASICS GT-1000. They normally cost $100, but right now they can be had for just $50.

This shoe “is updated with a fresh new upper built with engineered mesh and minimal yet supportive overlay reinforcements. The bouncy SpEVA® Midsole has been engineered to be provide a smooth and cushioned ride, while the DuoMax® Support System and Guidance Trusstic™ System provide excellent support for mild to moderate overpronators.”

You can save $50 on these fourth generation ASICS (Photo via eBay)

You can save $50 on these fourth generation ASICS (Photo via eBay)

ASICS Men’s GT-1000 4 Running Shoes T5A2N on sale for $50.01

Here are the product features:

I.G.S® (Impact Guidance System) Technology
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.

SpEVA® Midsole Material
Improves bounce back characteristics and decreases midsole breakdown.

DuoMax® Support System
A dual density midsole system positioned to enhance support and stability, positioned sport specifically.

Guidance Line® Midsole Technology
Vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.

Guidance Trusstic System® Technology
This Trusstic System® integrates Guidance Line® construction for enhanced gait efficiency while providing midfoot structural integrity.

All for $50? Sounds like a good deal to me.

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