Newton Gravity

  • Published Sep. 5, 2012
  • Updated Dec. 4, 2013 at 4:16 PM UTC
  • Shoe Type: Neutral Cushioning
  • Gender: male
  • Shoe Weight: 9.1 oz (Size 9.0)
  • Heel Toe Drop: 4 mm
  • MSRP: $175.00
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  • Additional Information: The Gravity fits like a modern-day racing flat: narrow in the heel and midfoot and slightly roomier in the forefoot. The Gravity feels light, airy and enveloping, thanks to a new upper that has enhanced comfort, fit and stability. From the bottom of the lugs, the Gravity has a relatively flat profile (4mm), which helps promote efficient running form with foot strikes near the midfoot (partially because heel striking feels awkward in this shoe.)
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