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Terrain: Trail
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 12.2oz | Women: 12.2oz
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Fell running | Jogging
Material: Mesh upper, Rubber sole
Features: Breathable | Cushioned | Comfortable
Distance: Daily running | Long distance | Marathon
Technology: Gel
Brand: Asics
Type: Heavy | Big guy
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $150
Colorways: Green
Size
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  • Designed for long runs on the trails and paths, the Asics Gel Quantum 360 5 Trail blends premium style and performance. Pulling inspiration from the authenticity of its design and performance, this updated running shoe infuses sport into a futuristic look. 
  • Like the Asics Gel Quantum 360 5, the Gel Quantum 360 5 Trail features the Trusstic System™ technology for added stability. The solyte™ midsole is also utilized for added bounce, while the multi-directional stretch fiber is incorporated for a custom feel. 
  • This trail running shoe utilizes the updated Gel™ cushioning technology that impacts both the forefoot and rearfoot. The gel is strategically positioned in the midsole section to help increase shock absorption and reduce impact for maximum comfort. 
  • The inclusion of a trail-specific outsole with an aggressive lugged pattern equipped the shoe to go the distance in any condition.

The Gel Quantum 360 5 Trail was made using the standard measurement to accommodate the usual expectations of consumers. However, it is advisable to fit the shoe first or utilize the consumers’ general feedback about sizing to ensure a comfortable fit. 

The technical components affecting the shoe’s fit are the traditional lacing system and padded tongue. These components provide a customized and secured in-shoe feel. 

Integrated into the shoe is the trail-specific outsole that offers great traction in both wet and dry surfaces. This component also serves as the shoe’s defensive layer from debris and small rocks on the road and trail. The outsole works together with the midsole to provide soft landings and smooth transitions. 

Enhancing the outsole’s performance is an aggressive lugged pattern that delivers extraordinary grip in all kinds of terrain. 

This Asics trail running shoe utilizes the Gel™ cushioning technology to provide unparalleled comfort. This midsole material is strategically placed beneath the rearfoot and forefoot sections to help reduce the impact during heel strikes. 

Giving a responsive ride is the Solyte™ midsole technology that is lighter than the other midsole materials. It offers lightweight comfort without sacrificing durability. 

The Trusstic System™ technology is integrated into the midsole section for added stability and cushioning. It encourages stable movements by preventing the shoe from twisting and reinforcing the middle part of the sole. Other Asics running shoes that feature the Trusstic System™ technology are the Asics Gel Quantum 360 and Asics Gel Cumulus 21.

The upper of the Asics Gel Quantum 360 5 Trail is constructed of a synthetic mesh material that is overlaid with abstract shapes. This multi-directional stretch fiber upper works with the Gel™ cushioning technology to deliver optimal comfort. The rubber print coverage is created with mesh underlay to keep the foot in top condition. 

This neutral running shoe uses the lace-up closure and padded tongue to provide a more secure fit. The laces also allow the user to easily adjust the looseness or tightness around the shoe. 

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