HOW ARE THE RUN COMFORT SHOES SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR RUNNING?
When you run, the shock wave generated by each impact with the ground corresponds to approximately three times your weight. This wave runs from the heel to the top of the spinal column. Your joints act as shock absorbers, but this puts a lot of pressure on them. We have designed the DECATHLON RUN COMFORT running shoe to protect you from shocks and impacts.
HOW DO WE GUARANTEE GREAT CUSHIONING IN RUN COMFORT RUNNING SHOES?
The cushioning in DECATHLON RUN COMFORT running shoes is provided by a sole made of exclusive, flexible and soft EVA (Ethylene vinyl acetate) foam that we have dubbed KALENSOLE, along with the 'Circular System' technology: an air hole in the foam at the heel enables more effective and uniform dispersion of the shock wave.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO HAVE GOOD SUPPORT?
When you run, your foot must be supported for a number of reasons: preventing friction, irritation and blisters.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE OF RUNNING SHOE
In order to ensure optimum comfort with your RUN COMFORT shoes, choose a size bigger than your usual size. There should be 1 cm between your toe and the end of your shoes as your feet will swell during exercise.
WHAT IS THE DROP ON A RUN COMFORT RUNNING SHOE?
'Drop' is the difference between the height of the back (heel) and front (forefoot) of the shoe. There is a 10mm height difference between the front and back of the sole.
240 g in size 5.5