Asics Men's Gel Fuji Trabuco Trail Run Shoe
The GEL-FUJI TRABUCO 7 is a purpose-built trail shoe for the single track and open trails.
Designed to conquer a range of terrains, this shoe has higher density extreme lugs on the outsole to enhance stability and traction.
Underfoot, rearfoot GEL and a multi directional outsole keeps you comfortable and in control mile after mile.
Utilizing a Trail specific last to allow for exceptional forefoot splay, control and ground feel coupled with full ground contact, the FUJI TRABUCO 7 will put your confidence in motion on any terrain.
The Trabuco 7 is a D width, for those people who need extra room.
Sizing is in US.
Duomax Support System: A dual-density midsole system positioned to enhance support and stability.
Pronation: Pronation is part of the natural movement of the human body and refers to the way your foot rolls inward for impact distribution upon landing. Understanding your pronation type can help you find a comfortable running shoe. Asics Gel-Fuji Trabuco is made to help counter the effect for inward roll.
Extreme Lugs: Provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
Flytefoam Lyte Midsole: Our lightest midsole ever. Its organic fibres bounce back into its original shape in the space of each stride to provide perfect cushioning from the start of your run to the finish.
Gel – Rearfoot: Shock absorbing material placed in rearfoot of shoe. Shape of units designed for special function under the heel of the foot.
Grip Rubber: A NEW STATE OF THE ART RUBBER FORMULATION THAT OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL GRIPPING PROPERTIES, ON DRY AND ESPECIALLY ON WET ROCK.
Lace Garage Technology: A pocket enabling the laces to be tucked in and unexposed.
Protective Toe Bumper: Reinforced compound attached to forefoot providing increased durability and protection.
Spevafoam Lasting: Employs 45 full length SpevaFoam lasting material for a soft platform feel and improved comfort.
Uphill/Downhill Traction: An ASICS developed concept of grip outsole lugs on the medial side of the shoe for gripping and pulling up the hill, while on the lateral side they are gripping in the opposite direction to help braking when going down the hill.