ASICS Women’s Sky Elite FF MT Volleyball Shoes

Price: $55.57
(as of Jun 24,2021 08:59:24 UTC – Details)

The SKY ELITE FF limited-model volleyball shoe pays homage to the upcoming celebration in Tokyo, while commemorating the spirit of ASICS heritage and our Japanese roots. The Retro Tokyo variation of the ASICS volleyball shoe features a limited edition colorway, while promoting a responsive stride and ample cushioning. Designed for indoor courts, this shoe incorporates our FLYTEFOAM technology in the midsole for elevated comfort and a responsive bounceback. FLUIDRIDE technology in the midsole creates smoother transitions between strides that strategically helps initiate cushioning where it’s needed most. Made to combat extreme pronation, this shoe is paired with our TRUSSTIC SYSTEM technology, while our signature GEL technology based cushioning in the heel attenuates shock that occurs from abrupt movements and landings. Promoting a responsive stride that generates long-lasting comfort on indoor surfaces the SKY ELITE FF limited-model volleyball shoe helps generate enhanced stability that allows volleyball players to take the kill shot with confidence.

Package Dimensions‏:‎12.5 x 7.5 x 4.8 inches; 1.6 Pounds
Item model number‏:‎1052A032
Date First Available‏:‎October 24, 2019

Rubber sole
NC Rubber outsole – Compound containing more natural rubber content than traditional solid rubber, resulting in enhanced traction on court systems.
Trusstic System technology – Reduces the weight of the sole unit while retaining the structural integrity of the shoe.
Ortholite Sockliner – Moisture management (Ortholite is a registered trademark of ATP Manufacturing LLC).
FluidRide Midsole – ASICS FluidRide midsole provides the ultimate combination of bounce back and cushioning properties with reduced weight and exceptional durability.
FLYTEFOAM Midsole Technology – Our FLYTEFOAM technology provides exceptional bounce back and responsiveness no matter the distance, utilizing organic super fibers to help reduce packing out that traditionally happens with softer, low density foams.