Wednesday, May 16, 2012

K-Swiss Blades: New Running Shoe Technology


K-Swiss has come out with a revolutionary running shoe using their Blade technology. The foam that covers the full length of the shoe is molded into the shape of blades to give you a flexible, cushioned feel.
K-Swiss Blade Technology
Other features of the Blade technology:

Superfoam – Space age, energy returning foam that resists compression giving you maximum cushioning and comfort.
Guideglide – This feature is found in the midsole and it centers the foot from heel to toe ensuring you a more comfortable and stable ride.
Flow Cool System – Enhanced breathability and moisture management keeps your feet cool and dry during your run.
Aosta II – The high density rubber outsole is designed to provide you with a more durable outsole.
Men's Blade Max Stable Running Shoe
The K-Swiss Blade Max is a state of the art stability running shoe with maximum cushioning made to help correct overpronation. The Blade Max has all of the features above along with a few of its own. The supportive upper has an external heel counter giving you the best fit and comfort possible. The Seamfree design of the upper means the Blade Max has no stitching that would result in irritation or rubbing “hot spots.”
Women's Blade Light Jetster Running Shoe
The K-Swiss Blade Light Jetster is a lightweight running shoe that also incorporates the Blade technologies listed above as well as having some of its own features. This ultra light running shoe’s upper is light, yet supportive and is made of synthetic leather and mesh to give you maximum breathability. The Blades are made a little bit smaller to give you a lighter shoe without sacrificing the flexible comfort of the Blade design.

You can find either of the K-Swiss Blade Max Stable or Blade Light running shoes, available in both Men's and Women's sizes, online at RogansShoes.com or get fitted at a Rogan's Shoes located near you.

Here's a video from K-Swiss highlighting the Blade Max Stable running shoe:


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