This year, the latest Asics GEL-Kayano 27 is designed with gender-specific support and improved underfoot comfort, providing runners with excellent stability and support throughout the course.

Since its inception in 1993, the legendary GEL-Kayano series has set the benchmark for long-distance running performance with footwear that redefines the total experience. Like every performance footwear under the ASICS brand, its design incorporates human-centric science and advanced technology to produce a running shoe that can perform at the highest levels.

An important thing to note is the gender-specific support that comes with the latest GEL-Kayano 27. Thanks to its Space Trusstic technology, this gender-specific model provides stability while reducing its weight to allow a smoother transition from foot strike to toe-off. One way to see this technology executed is by looking at the men’s model that fashions extra support towards the inside of the arch to protect the body while boosting performance.

Asics Running Shoes

Designed for precision, the GEL-Kayano 27 is updated with a softer and bouncy midsole layer of FLYTEFOAM Propel technology on its underfoot. The women’s model comes with slightly more foam for added comfort and support. Additionally, the shoes feature smoother ride with segmented heel design for better compression and deeper flex grooves on the forefoot, as well as a large section of reflective material on the rear-foot to help keep runners visible when running in low-light conditions — also adding an edgy touch of luminescence, especially at night.

The launch of GEL-Kayano 27 also aims to reignite the passion for running. So keep a lookout for this latest running shoes available at Asics retail and online stores, as well as specialist running outlets priced at RM679.

Martin Teo
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