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A cushioning system formed by a segment of gel which cushions and absorbs foot strike impact enhancing the runner's momentum.Stabilis
A piece of TPU located in the narrowest part of the sole to avoid awkward rotation between the front and back part of the foot, thus achieving greater stability.In the upper range of the running models it is supplemented by a central triangular piece increasing the sole's consistency.In a tennis shoe it is located in the midsole to keep the tread firm during lateral movements.Sportech
Injected rubber which means that there are no seams or other rigid materials in the upper part of the shoe.Providing lightness, comfort, increased flexibility and better adjustment to the foot.Its thickness is variable depending on the protection and resistance required by each area.Flexo
A grooved flex system placed ergonomically on the sole to offer the best transition from heel to toe at every step.At the heel it only allows for the bending of the sole, providing better grip and more natural and flexible movement.VTS
A ventilation system allowing for greater airflow within the shoe, keeping foot temperature constant.Fix Counter
A buttress at the heel providing better protection and greater comfort thanks to the new last's more ergonomic shape.The outside sections are manufactured using highly-resistant microfibre and the buttress inside is made of PVC and Foam.Glove System
A mounting system between the midsole and the upper providing greater comfort and reducing weight resulting in a single piece.Both parts are sewn together flat and without prominent seams.Rebound
A new technology providing the rebound necessary to boost speed, assisting the sportspersonA revolutionary material which reduces the weight of the sole thanks to the mixture of various novel materials achieving greater momentum with each stride.A lighter and more elastic material enhancing comfort, resistance, cushioning, speed and adaptability.360º
Manufacturing system for sole and upper mounting providing natural weight distribution on foot strike.
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