Provides flexibility thanks to the flex grooves in the outsole.
Absorbs shocks with its EVA foam midsole and the CS technology.
Wear-resistant thanks to the rubber sole and leather upper.
Open and close easily and effortlessly thanks to the rip-tab.
Height of upper
250g per shoe in size 8.5.
6.5 to 12.5.
Outer fabric : 100.0% Leather - Bovine - Split Outer sole of : 100.0% Rubber - Synthetic Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
Test lab terrain
Newfeel active walking shoes are field and laboratory tested.
active walking on roads and paths, in all weather conditions. For intensive use.
The Newfeel team recommends cleaning your shoes with a soft-bristled sponge. Do not dry near a heat source. In the case of stains use a white rubber and rub gently. We also recommend that you treat your shoes with waterproof spray before using for the first time, and every month after that. For greater hygiene regularly remove the removable insoles from your shoes when they are not being worn. More information from: www.newfeel.com
The Newfeel team recommends storing your active walking shoes in a dry, dark and well-ventilated place.
Field testing of products
All Newfeel active walking shoes are tested by representative walkers in conditions identical to those you could experience every day (weather, walk duration, range of ground surfaces). These daily tests allow us to improve our products and provide you with full satisfaction as you use them.
Lab testing of products
Newfeel conducts laboratory tests on all our active walking shoes to validate their properties and benefits.
What is CS technology?
The head of the calcaneous bone, located at the middle of the heel, is the main source of pain experienced while walking. That's why our R&D teams designed CS technology which means Circular System. This cushioning system has been patented by the Decathlon group and is used by Newfeel. It involves creating a space under the heel to prevent direct contact with the sole, thus procuring maximum comfort. For more information visit www.newfeel.com
What are the different practices for fitness walking?
Power walking is a sport done in regular sessions that can last from 30 minutes to several hours on flat surfaces. It encompasses active walking for well-being, from 5 to 7 km/h, and fast walking for performance, from 7 to 10 km/h. You can use poles for both types of walking in order to give the whole body a workout. This is called Nordic walking. For more information, please visit www.newfeel.com
What are the benefits of active walking?
Active walking is a complete and effective physical activity because it provides a work out for many of the muscles in your body.Like other sports, it offers many advantages for health and staying in shape. It is also one of the sports with least impact on joints. It is therefore a soft sport, but one that lets you release your energy. Find more information at www.newfeel.com
What is the difference between occasional, regular and intensive active walking?
At Newfeel, active walking is broken down into segments by frequency of use: - occasional use: once a week - regular use: 2 to 3 times a week - intensive use: more than 3 times a week
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