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The game changer for me is the FlyteFoam. It added a more plush, soft, comfortable cushioning that I really enjoyed.
Asics combined the best properties of the Gel Resolutions and the Solution Speeds when it came up with the innovative Gel Court FF. This hybrid speed model comes with a wealth of technologies for stability, traction, comfort, and durability without putting much weight on foot.
As opposed to the second generation, this initial FlyteFoam offering is assembled with a mono-sock system to keep the foot locked in place.
Construction. This shoe utilizes the all-court ready AHAR (Asics High Abrasion Resistance) rubber. Such a compound is made of soft, carbon rubber that’s purposefully assembled in high-wear zones of the outsole. It’s intended to minimize excessive wear and extend the lifespan of the shoe.
Tread. It’s designed with a multi-tread pattern to allow the foot to gain stability when playing on different court compositions.
Responsiveness. One of the innovative features in the mid-section is the resilient FlyteFoam technology. This ultra-lightweight foam is made up of organic fibers that spring back to their original shape. It warrants energy return in every stride.
Another hallmark spec integrated into the midsole is the Gel technology. This is lodged in the rearfoot and forefoot that enables optimal impact absorption. Notably, such silicone-based material offsets distress during impact and toe-offs, which makes movement more comfortable.
Stableness. Below the arch of the foot is the Trusstic System, which provides stability by controlling torsion. This chassis is structured using a resin material that inhibits the foot from rotating inwardly. Instead, it grants outward twisting foot, thereby offering stable footing especially during abrupt directional movements.
Fit. It comes with a mesh covering and a mono-sock technology fit system. The stretchy internal sleeve replaced the traditional tongue design to deliver a snug, sock-like fit. This construction can be tight to get on for some
Structure. In the assembly of the upper, Asics ditched away the customary seams and stitches. It instead introduced a seamless fusion of synthetics. This process doesn’t only contribute to keeping the weight of the shoe down but cuts the possibility of friction that leads to blisters and other foot discomforts.
- Asics came up with the second version of this shoe called the Court FF 2 or the Court Novak FF.
- The Gel cushioning system isn’t a new technology as it has been around since 1986 and was initially used in a running shoe.