Soft 540 women's active walking shoes grey/yellow/blue
Enjoy maximum freedom of movement with the Soft 540 shoes: flexible and ultra lightweight thanks to exclusive "Light&Resist" technology.
Distribution of ratings
very cofortable has made me very static t
these are very comfortable, I am on my feet all day (brought for work)
the only problem is since buying them I have become very static and give out sock to everyone I touch, I may have to stop wearing, wondered if anyone else has had this problem?
Provides optimum elasticity thanks to the many flex grooves.
Long-lasting shock-absorption thanks to the exclusive "Light & Resist" outsole.
Facilitates walking thanks to its materials:148g per shoe in size 6.
Hard wearing thanks to its exclusive "Light & Resist" component.
Height of upper
148g per shoe in size 6.
from 3½ to 7½.
Also exists in
Upper of : 70.0% Polyester (PES), 30.0% Polyurethane (PU) Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Outer sole of : 100.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
active walking on roads and paths in dry weather. For regular use.
What is "Light&Resist" technology?
"Light & Resist" outsole technology is exclusive to Newfeel. This sole has a chemical formula that combines lightweight EVA foam with the durability of rubber to bring you lightweight properties maximum freedom of movement during your active walking while offering a more robust sole than one made only of EVA foam. For more information visit www.newfeel.com
Field testing of products
All Newfeel active walking shoes are tested by representative fitness 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 are the specific features of active walking shoes?
In running, there are two main stages: a strong heel strike, the foot leaves the ground with a bound and a push off the front foot. In active walking the contact zone with the ground is permanent. The shoe's flexibility is thus essential for enabling excellent foot motion.
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: 2 to 3 times a month - regular use: once a week - intensive use: more than twice a week"
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