ASICS Roadhawk FF | First Look

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ASICS Roadhawk FF Men’s Sample (subject to change)

Available June 2017 – MSRP: $99.95

A brand new addition to the ASICS FlyteFoam series, the Roadhawk FF is a lightweight performance trainer that boasts a rather simple design. Featuring a responsive midsole, a lightweight upper, and a sticky rubber outsole, the shoe offers all the essentials needed in a versatile performance trainer.

Built for the neutral runner, the shoe delivers plenty of cushioning for daily training but also provides a responsive ride that is ideal for faster, uptempo days. In order to create this more lively underfoot feel, the Roadhawk FF features a full length FlyteFoam midsole. The use of FlyteFoam is seen in several other ASICS models and is known to offer fantastic energy return as well as a high level of shock absorption.

On the outsole the shoe features strategically placed ASICS High Abrasion Rubber (AHAR). The material delivers increased traction and is placed in specific high wear zones to increase durability. Finished off with seamless upper construction, the Roadhawk offers a snug, irritant-free wrap that keeps weight at a minimum.

A no-nonsense shoe, the ASICS Roadhawk FF offers performance, comfort, and versatility at modest price point.

Preliminary Tech Specs

Stack height*: 25mm heel, 17 mm forefoot, 8mm heel-toe offset

Weight*:  8.1 oz (men’s size 9), 7.3 oz (women’s size 8)

*Production stack heights and weights may differ from the preliminary data listed here.

Pre-Order

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