|Base model:||Asics GT 2000 5|
|Update:||Asics GT 2000 6 Lite-Show|
|Weight:||Men: 10.9oz | Women: 9oz|
|Heel to toe drop:||Men: 10mm | Women: 10mm|
|Arch type:||Medium arch|
|Strike Pattern:||Heel strike|
|Distance:||Daily running | Long distance | Marathon|
|Heel height:||Men: 22mm | Women: 21mm|
|Forefoot height:||Men: 22mm | Women: 11mm|
|Type:||Heavy | Big guy|
|Width:||Men: Normal | Women: Normal|
- The Asics GT 2000 5 Lite-Show is a road running shoe that’s meant for people who have overpronated foot motion. Its design is mostly similar to its base model, the GT 2000 5, but with the addition of reflective overlays which ensure visibility in low-light conditions.
- The midsole features a full-length foam unit that’s designed to deliver comfort and springiness to each step. The Gel® Cushioning System is placed in the heel and forefoot sections of the platform to ensure protection from impact shock.
- Rubber covers the rest of the sole unit and shields it from the abrasive nature of the asphalt. This material also ensures traction, therefore making each step as sure and efficient as possible. Flex grooves accommodate the natural bending capacity of the foot as it goes through the gait cycle.
The Asics GT 2000 5 Lite-Show is true to size. It accommodates the natural choices of runners when it comes to the length. The available width for the men’s version is D – Medium, while the women’s version has B – Medium. Its semi-curved shape follows the natural curve of the human foot.
The outsole unit of the Asics GT 2000 5 Lite-Show makes use of the AHAR® or the Asics High Abrasion Rubber, which is a durable compound that aims to protect the midsole from wear and tear. It also provides traction, a vital trait to ensure well-rounded steps on the ground.
The flex grooves make sure to accommodate the natural flexibility of the wearer’s foot. They essentially permit the bending of the foam platform, thus gearing the foot towards more agreeable and natural movements.
The Asics GT 2000 5 Lite-Show features the FluidRide® foam. Its job is to cushion the foot and provide springiness to each step. It’s designed to be long-lasting so that it won’t sag or break down easily. It’s also lightweight in nature.
The Gel® Cushioning System consists of a silicon-based component that attenuates shock and releases energy. Placed in the heel and forefoot sections of the underfoot platform, it acts as an additional cushioning unit and a buffer against the ground forces.
The Guidance Trusstic System™ is a structure in the midfoot section of the platform that prevents the twisting of the foam unit and the foot during the running session. It acts as a foundation, steadying the base of the shoe while also maintaining security.
The Guidance Line® is a horizontal groove that leads the foot through the gait cycle. It merely enables smooth and well-rounded steps, not exude total motion control.
Overpronation is corrected by the Dynamic DuoMax® System. Encompassing the midfoot and the rear of the platform, it stabilizes the foot, thus preventing it from rolling inward excessively during the run.
A stable and secure underfoot experience is ensured by the Impact Guidance System®, a design philosophy which means that Asics shoes should have an efficient midsole. Impact protection, comfort, and steadiness are the focus of this system.
Ortholite® is featured in this running shoe in the form of a sock liner. It adds a bit more cushioning to the underside of the foot. It also has antimicrobial properties which stave off odor-causing bacteria.
The upper unit of the Asics GT 2000 5 Lite-Show features a breathable mesh. It accommodates air into the foot-chamber, making sure that the wearer’s foot is cool and dry throughout the running session.
A mix of stitched and printed overlays reinforces the façade. They provide structure while heightening the design of this model. They connect to the lacing system, tightening and loosening in tandem with the adjustments made to the shoelaces.
A reflective coating is added to the overlay system. It makes this running shoe more visible in low-light conditions, therefore acting as a safety measure for those who enjoy evening runs.
An exoskeletal heel counter is added to the rear section of the upper. It is coined as the Heel Clutching System™. It hugs the back part of the foot and prevents it from wobbling.