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Designed For


Shoe Type





Low to Average

Foot Type


The Asics GT-2000 9 is the latest model in the GT-2000 series. ASICS have been perfecting this formula for nearly 30 years to bring you the latest in advanced stability technology, suited for runners at any level. Redesigned in a soft, one-piece mesh upper, with reinforced no-sew overlays targed heavily over the arch for added support. The rearfoot GEL® technology has been improved to provide stronger shock absorbsion in the heel, whilst the new SOLYTE foam midsole cushioning provides on average 20% more shock absorbsion in the footbed. Keeping the classic Guidance Line® construction, the Trusstic System® Technology enhances gait efficiency and midfoot structure, to reduce pronation, and keep you properly aligned.


  • Rearfoot And Forefoot GEL® Technology
  • Duomax® Support System
  • ASICS High Abrasion Outsole
  • Guidance Trusstic System®
  • FlyteFoam® Technology
  • Guidance Line® Midsole
  • EVA Sockliner
  • Reflective Elements
  • One-Piece Mesh Upper
  • Reinforced No-Sew Overlays
  • SOLYTE Midsole

How it fits?

Recommended Size: Fits As Expected For Most People How do we know? Our MyFit 3D fitting technology leverages millions of 3D foot scans and customer purchases, to accurately provide size and fit recommendations.
Average Arch Height This is the amount of space between the highest point of the mid-sole and the ground. Correctly fitting shoes will take the pressure off your feet as your move, and stop the foot from rolling.
Average Heel Width This is the width of the heel in comparison to the midfoot. A narrow heel will be slimmer than the midfoot whilst a wider heel will be broader than the midfoot. If a shoe is too deep across the instep it can encourage excess movement. If the shoe is too shallow, it will be too tight and will irritate the top of the foot.
Average Foot Height This is the highest point of your foot (called the midfoot and often found underneath the laces) and the ground. Correctly fitting shoes provide stability at the heel and will ensure there is no slipping or irritation at the Achilles tendon.
Average Foot Width This is the widest point of your feet, generally the forefoot. A shoe that is too tight can lead to tension, blisters, and irritation at the ball of the foot. A shoe that is too loose will decrease stability and can encourage side-to-side movement and rolling.




Softer, one-piece mesh upper with reinforced no-sew overlays. Extra protection has been targeted over the arch for added support.


ASICS High Abrasion rubber outsole (AHAR®). Added reinforcements have been strategically placed in high-wear areas for advanced durability.


The Duomax® Dual Density Midsole system aids in support, whilst the Guidance Line® Technology is equipped with vertical flex grooves to assist in gait efficiency.


FlyteFoam® technology in the midsole is highly responsive, and delivers exceptional energy return.
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NZ METRO 2-4 business days FREE*
NZ RURAL 4-7 business days FREE*

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