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Salming Xplore Women's Running Shoes
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show moreing Xplore natural running shoe you effectively train the muscular structures of your feet whilst remaining looking stylish. Salming Rule of 5 - Product Design Framework Light - Weight reduction: running efficiency improves approximately 3-4% per 100g. A lighter weight will cut minutes away from your PB on a half marathon!Flexible - Mimics barefoot running. The shoe strengthens biological structures with a very flexible forefoot.Flat - A low heel-to-toe drop facilitates a correct foot landing and keeps you balanced with gravity.Thin - Improves sensory feedback from the feet to the brain (Proprioception). Makes use of your body's natural cushioning system.Comfortable - Anatomical fit, breathable upper and a roomy toe box provide the ultimate in comfort.Our lightest shoes feature a 2 layer upper construction which adds durability while keeping the weight at a minimum. This results in extremely breathable characteristics and a quick, responsive feel to running experience. The distance from the heel to the ball of foot (62% of the shoe) has been designed with extra stability, which ends in the so-called ballet line, which is at a 75 angle. In front of the 75 line, Salming have equipped the shoe with greater flexibility to stimulate the foots natural movements. The TGS 62/75 feature assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places, stimulating the foots natural lateral and forward movements. The RunLite midsole features a special High Abrasion Injection EVA, designed to create a nice feel for the ground. The midsole is light and responds to the surface in a flexible way from the very first step. If you have been running with a heel strike in a traditional running shoe with an elevated heel and thick midsole, then it's important that you transition gradually. A natural running form activates the calf muscles and Achilles tendon more, so Salming recommends beginning gently with half the distances you are used to for the first 2 weeks, and then slowly increase the distance over the next 2-6 weeks.show less