Asics Gel DS Racer 10 Mens
The 10th edition of the popular ASICS GEL-DS RACER is geared for race day performance, and ideal for overpronators.
The GEL-DS RACER 10 is the only ASICS racing shoe to feature a Solyte midsole with a DuoMax Support System, making the shoe lighter while still providing ample support.
It also contains the ASICS Racing Specific Last to create a very snug fit.
The new Magic Sole provides grip while improving ventilation, keeping fast feet cool.
Special reflective material which enhances visibility in poor light. 3m Scotchlite is a registered trademark of the 3M Company.
Visible Rearfoot GEL
ASICS GEL is a silicone-based cushioning system designed to meet the needs of both professional and recreational athletes. Rearfoot GEL provides cushioning in all directions, absorbs impact forces and helps to stabilise the foot during heel contact.The GEL in the heel is left exposed in this case.
Vented sole and midsole which minimizes weight and maximizes breathability.
California Slip Lasting
For stability and comfort.
I.G.S. (Impact Guidance System)
The Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.) is an ASICS design philosophy. It aims to make shoe components from rear to midfoot and forefoot to work together effectively to allow the body to perform in a natural manner. ASICS designers strive to compliment, not correct, how the legs and feet move.
Solyte Midsole Material
Spongy layer between the sole and upper designed to absorb shock and cushion the foot. Solyte is a lighter material than SpEVA and EVA and features enhanced durability.
Build on ASICS' Racing Last.
Plastic bridge under the arch which gives the shoe strength and stability without loss of flexibility.
DuoMax Support System
Dual density midsole material positioned sport specifically which enhances support and stability by helping to correct the degree and velocity of pronation.
AHAR (ASICS High Abrasion Resistant rubber)
Tough material placed in critical areas of heavy contact on the shoe for exceptional durability.
A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.