Gel-Sonoma 6 GTX Mens Running Shoe, Black/Black, (2021)
Barcode number: 4550329595986
Tough, rugged gents trail shoes designed to keep you running when your route gets nasty. With great cushioning, loads of grip and waterproof Goretex.
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The GEL-SONOMA™ 6 G-TX running shoe is designed for the great outdoors. Taking inspiration from the ASICS trail running family, this shoe is a versatile offering that's functional for trail runs, light hiking, and other outdoor adventures. We also used fewer resources to color the sockliner for a more sustainable design approach. This updated version of our trail shoe is complemented with a GORE-TEX™ upper to help keep feet dry in wet conditions.
The focus this season was to improve the fit of the upper, so we implemented a new last design that provides a more secure midfoot and heel fit, while the wider toe box allows the toes to spread out. The synthetic stitching on the overlays is designed to improve durability while also helping feet stay secure and reduce slipping.
Underfoot comfort stems from a full-length AMPLIFOAM™ midsole and GEL™ technology cushioning unit that's placed where runners need the most impact absorption. To increase the softness with every step, we've included an ORTHOLITE™ sockliner for excellent comfort. Additionally, the multi-directional grip outsole improves traction on a variety of surfaces.
All of these comfort components are complemented by durable properties, such as the solid rubber outsole—making this shoe a versatile choice for the trails.
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. The GEL-SONOMA 6 G-TX is made for Neutral.
Normal size arches
There is even distribution from the front of the foot.
How your foot contacts the ground
The foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight.