February 17, 2016 | Ron Flowers Sports
Here at Ron Flowers Sports we like a brand new bit of technology in our running shoes as all of us are keen runners. When Asics brought out the fuseX we like many wondered what the need for this shoe when we have shoes such as the Nike Free 5.0, Skechers Go Walk/Run, Asics Gt-1000 or even a Adidas boost which populate the market. We have to admit we have been surprised by the shoe from both a design point of view as well as the look of the fuseX as well.
Lets talk tech for moment on the shoe, a whole new bit of tech coming out of the shoe is the fuseGEL which runs through the whole of the shoe and creates a more even grounding for your feet as well as a 8mm drop which is perfect for those who want to be close to ground as they run or just use the shoe in general. The shoe contains a guidance line to make sure your GAIT is tracking as true as possible which for a lightweight shoe is a recent innovation (that we have seen anyway) although doesn’t appear on the Lyte variant of the shoe.
The colours of the shoe are very eye catching with a vivid blue and orange for the men and a grey/pink option for the ladies in store, they are for sure going to catch the eye as you wear them.
If you prefer the feel of the fuseX but want a slightly stripped back shoe with even less weight take a look at the fuseX Lyte which at £20 cheaper is a great alternative but does mean you loose the guidance line feature which in our opinion is a must for those who want to know their GAIT is being aided.
The Asics fuseX & fuseX Lyte are not the cheapest shoes on the market retailing at £100/£80 respectively, but for us we would say you wouldn’t be going wrong purchasing a pair for yourself as your running shoe for shorter distance or even as gym shoe to replace your old battered pair of shoes.
If you like what you have read about the shoe come on into store and get a pair on your feet today and feel the fuseX difference.
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