Who should buy the Newton Fate 6

The Newton Fate 6 is highly recommended for:

  • Female athletes with neutral pronation 
  • Forefoot or midfoot strikers 
  • Entry to mid-level road runners for easy runs, treadmill or all-day wear.

Newton Fate 6 logo

Updates to the Newton Fate 6

  • Engineered for those who have neutral foot mechanisms. 
  • Features the custom 3-D Air Mesh for breathability.
  • Uses the new plush tongue and smooth lining to provide more comfort to the foot. 
  • Added the new Newtonium Cushioning to the heel area for additional comfort and a secure fit for the platform. 
  • Introduces the evolved and new ART which is the combination of the tuned membrane, XPS Diffusion plate, and webbed outsole for better energy return and impact absorption. 

Newton Fate 6 updates

Gender tuned fit for women 

The newest creation from Newton, the Fate 6, is a clear representation of the women's footwear evolution. With the utilization of gender-shaping technology, a customized fit is offered to the runners.

 Newton Fate 6 Gender tuned fit

They crafted this shoe with the mindset to design a gender tuned fit for women. As a result, users enjoyed a more comfortable and secure ride, especially those who are new to Newton.

Fate 6 provides the right amount of traction

The SHARC outsole is employed in the Newton Fate 6. This is described to be a super high abrasion rubber compound that is strategically placed on critical areas.

Newton Fate 6 traction

This component of the shoe provides the right amount of traction needed in both wet and dry surfaces. Aside from the grip, it also meant to deliver additional protection from foot injuries and damages. 

More responsive ride 

Along with the SHARC rubber compound is the new Webbed outsole. The primary purpose of this pattern is to provide a smoother ride during the running activity.

Newton Fate 6 outsole

The new XPS Diffusion Plate is integrated into the Newton Fate 6. This is essential in providing a more responsive ride.

Customized fit suitable for women 

The running shoe utilizes the Gender Tuned Action-Reaction Technology. Newton added this feature to accommodate a more individualized fit that is suitable for women.

Newton Fate 6 customize fit for women

The Action-Reaction technology, on the other hand, is focused on providing a more responsive mechanism during the running session. Most of the Newton running shoes utilized this midsole technology.

Maximizes energy return and impact absorption 

Used in crafting the shoe is the new Newtonium Cushioning, which is added to the heel area. The technology is meant to maximize energy return and impact absorption. 

Newton Fate 6 cushioning

When compared to the Adidas Ultraboost, it uses the boost technology, which provides the same purpose.

Better inflow and outflow of air 

Utilized in making the Newton Fate 6 is the custom 3-D Air Mesh. This seamless and breathable material is significant in the better inflow and outflow of air. As a result, a healthier foot environment is encouraged.

Newton Fate 6 air mesh

For easy on and off, the minimalistic articulated throat opening is used. The primary goal of this is for quicker wearing and removal of the shoe with less effort.

Newton Fate 6 delivers a versatile and secure fit

Featured in the shoe are the smooth lining and the new plush tongue. This component of the running footwear is to provide additional comfort during the running activity.

Newton Fate 6 lace system

The performance Lace system is integrated into the Fate 6. This system is focused on delivering a versatile and secure fit. As a result, a customized fit suited for the runner's specific needs and preferences is offered.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 261g / Women 210g
Drop: 5mm
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Material: Mesh upper

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Author
Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.