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Asics Men's Noosa FF Shoe - Black/White/Carbon

Make quick transition between race stages in the Noosa FF running shoe! Ideal for triathletes, the Noosa FF is ready to tackle all your running goals. With seamless construction, FlyteFoam technology for a responsive and lightweight ride, technical mesh lining for sockless wear, a wet-grip outsole, and heel/tongue grips for easy on/off access, you'll always go the distance in ASICS runners! 

Available in men’s US sizing - see size chart for correct fit!

Features:

  • ASICS footwear
  • For men
  • Style: Noosa FF Shoe
  • Model no.: T722N-9001
  • Shoe width: Standard (D)
  • Colour: Black/White/Carbon
  • FlyteFoam Technology for a responsive & lightweight ride
  • Seamless construction
  • Discrete Eyelets
  • Technical mesh for sockless wear
  • Wet-grip outsole
  • Heel/tongue grips for easy on/off access
  • Make quick transition between race stages - Ideal for triathletes
  • Materials:
    • Textile mesh/synthetic upper
    • Textile lining
    • Synthetic outsole
  • Designed in: N/A
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam
A Bit About The Brand / More Info

ASICS shoes are more than just a pair of runners. They are innovative sports trainers with a design that prioritises support and comfort. ASICS are the brand of choice for professional and recreational athletes and have been leading the way in stability, breathability and cushioning since entering the market in 1949. 60 years of development and experimentation later, ASICS has created some of the top performance footwear available. ASICS shoes are made from durable, high quality materials, to ensure the company's reputation as one of the top sporting brands is upheld.

 

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08 October 2018

They made the triathlete husband happy

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01 August 2018

As always, ASICS are awesome.

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28 July 2018

Great shoe!

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24 July 2018

Thanks awesome

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27 October 2018