Please note that Superbalist men’s footwear is designed to fit the following measurements. Some brands may vary from these measurements but they can still be used as a guide.
NOTE:Shoe Sizes are UK unless otherwise stated.
1 Footlength (CM)
How To Measure Your Feet
Wear socks similar to ones you’ll be wearing with the shoes. While seated, put your foot on a piece of paper in front of you and trace around the circumference of it with a pencil, being careful to keep the pencil close to the foot.
1. FOOT LENGTH
To determine your foot length, measure the distance between the two furthest points on your tracing.
SELECTING A SIZE
Observe the table above and find the measurement closest to your foot length. Choose the shoe size attributed to that length.
Enjoy excellent comfort and advanced support with the GEL-KAYANO™ 27 running shoe. The redesigned mesh upper helps keep feet cool, while the sole is more flexible to help promote a more natural roll through the gait cycle. This process starts in the heel with added flex grooves that isolate the initial impact to force a softer and smoother feeling at footstrike.
At midstance, the foot should stop pronating and re-supinate for an efficient toe-off. This shoe also incorporates DYNAMIC DUOMAX™ technology to help support the foot and increase stability for runners whose feet roll inward too much (overpronate).
The midsole integrates SPACE TRUSSTIC™ technology, which provides stability and reduces the overall weight to help promote a smoother transition from footstrike to toe-off. This added stability is complemented by deeper forefoot flex grooves that create a smoother roll through toe-off, allowing the shoe to move more naturally with the foot.
Lastly, a large section of reflective materials in the rearfoot helps keep runners visible when running in low-light conditions. The GEL-KAYANO™ 27 model is an excellent choice for both competitive and non-competitive runners looking for an everyday trainer that combines comfort with support.
FOOT TYPE: Low arches or flat feet PUSH OFF: Big toe and second toe do the majority of the work. HOW YOUR FOOT CONTACTS THE GROUND: The foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot.