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The Newton Distance S 9 is a stability running shoe that is engineered for those who need additional support. It uses the lightly padded and flexible tongue and collar. This component of the shoe aims to provide additional comfort during the running session.

It features the High-Density Rubber, which lies in the forefoot area. The primary purpose of this is to provide added durability to the outsole.

Utilized in the shoe is the Strobel Last. This is stitched from the upper to the full-length fabric to deliver a more comfortable underfoot feel. As a result, a more enjoyable ride is experienced by the user.

The Newton Distance S 9 is sure to provide runners with a snug and comfortable fit. With the utilization of the pre-molded heel counter, an agreeable fit in the heel is encouraged. The mesh also contributes to the foot's breathability and comfort level. As a result, a blister-free and smoother foot chamber is offered to the users.

The SHARC outsole is integrated into the Newton Distance S 9. This material is described as a high-abrasion compound, which is strategically designed to deliver long-lasting durability. 
Lying in the forefoot area is the High-Density Rubber. The primary goal of this is to add durability to the outsole.
Along with the SHARC outsole is the Full Flex Zone with Ice lugs. This component of the shoe aims to accommodate foot splay, especially at the gait cycle's propulsion stage.

Featured in the Distance S 9 is the Newtonium foam. This material is focused on providing underfoot cushioning. This is essential in delivering maximum comfort and responsiveness during the running activity. Compared to the Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%, it uses the ZoomX foam to deliver better energy return.

Used in the heel and forefoot area is the Action/Reaction Technology. The primary goal of these external lugs is to compress and absorb shock energy. After compression and absorption, the energy is then released during the toe-off phase.  

Receding into air-filled chambers, the P.O.P. 1 is utilized in crafting the shoe. This platform is significant in providing a faster and more responsive underfoot feel during the running session.

Employed in the Newton Distance S 9 is the high-rebound EVA. This component of the running footwear is meant to provide support and shock absorption. It ensures to deliver a durable underfoot cushioning without compromising a responsive underfoot feel.

Used in the shoe is the Medial Posting. Newton added this feature to provide a firmer foam inside the shoe. This is vital in increasing stability and reducing the effects of overpronating. 

A biomechanical metatarsal sensor plate is integrated into this running shoe. With the utilization of this sensor plate, increased proprioception is offered. As a result, a more flexible ride is experienced by the user.

The anti-bacterial ETC Sockliner is utilized in the shoe. The primary goal of this is to encourage underfoot comfort. It is also meant to promote a more relaxed and fresher foot environment.

The open mesh is used in the making of the shoe. This material is described to be seamless. It provides structure to the critical areas and added breathability. As a result, a healthier foot environment is promoted. When compared to the Saucony Triumph ISO 5, it makes use of the jacquard mesh.

Together with the open mesh is the Seamless construction. This component of the shoe is focused on providing a secure and irritant-free fit.

A snug heel fit is encouraged by the Pre-Molded Heel Counter. 

The Strobel Last with the upper stitched to full-length fabric is integrated into the Newton Distance S 9. This is added to the platform to deliver a comfortable underfoot feel.


How Newton Distance S 9 ranks compared to all other shoes
Top 12% road running shoes
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Top 30% Newton running shoes
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Top 16% stability running shoes
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