Who should buy the Asics FuzeTora
- A good choice for neutral pronators who run daily and want a lightweight and comfortable road running shoe.
- A good investment for shoe enthusiasts and weekend warriors who are lookimg for a casual sneaker design for jogging, walking and all-day wear.
Reliable traction over various surfaces
The outsole unit of the Asics FuzeTora makes use of a rubber layer that covers the entirety of the midsole’s bottom part. Its purpose is to protect against abrasion while also doling out traction over the surfaces.
There are rounded traction nodes and triangular indentations on the surface of the rubber outsole. The purpose of these patterns is to heighten grip and encourage flexibility.
FuzeTora provides responsive cushioning
Ethylene vinyl acetate or EVA is the material that the FuzeTora’s midsole uses. This full-length compound offers responsive cushioning and impact attenuation as the runner goes through the gait cycle.
The foam unit’s medial and lateral sides are raised, acting as a wall or an inbuilt clip. This configuration helps in holding the heel and keeping it in place.
Staves off odor and sweat
Underpronators are the ones who are mostly going to benefit from this feature.
An Ortholite sock liner adds a bit more cushioning for the underfoot. It has antimicrobial and anti-moisture properties to stave off odor and sweat.
Allows airflow and breathability
A breathable mesh makes up the external section of the Asics FuzeTora’s upper. This layer has a crisscross configuration to enable airflow, deflect small debris, and heighten durability.
The MONO-SOCK technology is comprised of a one-piece interior sleeve and a façade that doesn’t have a traditional tongue unit. It aims to permit the feeling of wearing a sock, instead of a shoe.
A Ghillie lacing system semi-rounded shoelaces and discreet fabric eyelets that jut out from the midfoot part of the upper. These elements work together to provide a secure yet customizable fit.
Overlays made of thin synthetic materials bolster the instep, the sides, the heel, and the front. These inconspicuous films also help the lacing system in delivering foot-security.
Asics FuzeTora prevents accidental shoe-removals
The padded collar cushions the foot and prevents accidental shoe-removals.
A pull tab is stitched on the front section of the collar’s opening. This loop makes it less of a chore to wear the Asics FuzeTora.