The GT-2000™ 10 (Wide) shoe keeps your mind and body focused on the road ahead. It's a versatile running style that's functional for various distances.The engineered knit upper and 3D print details create a featherlight feel with a touch of added stability.A layer of FLYTEFOAM™ Propel cushioning underfoot adds a more responsive rebound to your step.The midsole's 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION™ feature improves compression. This function allows you to experience a smoother and more stable ride.
Width: 2E wide - WIDE
A women’s standard shoe width is B, a wide fit is a D and wider again is 2E. In New Zealand the most common shoe width size* for women in running shoes is a D fit.
Dynamic Duomax Support System
This evolution of DuoMax system enhances stability and support, with reduced weight and increased platform comfort.
A technical mesh material that stretches in multiple directions, creating a glove, snug like fit that provides a unique balance of comfort and fit.
Combining a lightweight foam formulation with a high-energy return elastomer for increased bounce and unrivaled toe-off to give you a better performance out of every stride.
Flytefoam Propel Top Layer
Combining a lightweight foam formulation with a high-energy return elastomer for increased bounce and unrivaled toe-off to give you a better performance out of every stride. Located closer to the foot to give that added comfort level.
Gel - Forefoot Twist
Shock absorbing material placed in forefoot of shoe. Shape of units designed for special function under the ball of the foot.
Gel - Visible Rearfoot
Reduces impact during heel strike and allows for a smooth transititon. Shape of units designed for special function under the outside (laterial) side of the foot.
Internal Heel Counter
The internal plastic structure of the shoe which wraps around the heel of your foot. It holds the heel in position during the movements of running improving support.
3D Space Construction
This technology is implemented through a series of strategically planted pillars within the midsole, allowing runners to experience more compression in a specific area without reducing durability or stability. These pillar formations are tuned differently in the men's and women's models to address each gender's biomechanical data