Beautifully cushioned, contoured and stable, the new U-tech Nevos from True Motion offers a contemporary new perspective on what it means to run, says Mathew Webb.
Utilising their revolutionary U-Tech along with a Motion Bridge and True Flex 8° they seek to modernize what they consider to be the outdated notions of neutral and support. They are aiming to totally reinvent the very concept of what a running shoe can offer the most fundamental of human motions.
U-Tech and foam does not only offer a 75% energy return but aims to centre the force of impact through the centre of the foot, arguably reducing harmful rotational forces in joints.
Due to the physiological correct nature of this movement the latest research from Prof. Dr. Gert-Peter Bruggemann suggests this offers up to 8% less stress upon the Achilles and 10% less stress upon the knee, thus enhancing and protecting the natural mechanics of the body.
This inspiration from the analysis of the human body has led to further innovations. For example, the 3D Motion Bridge, inspired by the plantar of the human foot, emulates that connection between the heel and forefoot.
Dynamically transferring energy forward through the Fiberglass Speed Motion Bridge ensures that, despite the remarkable level of cushioning and stability, the responsiveness and explosiveness is not compromised.
Suitable for neutral and support runners alike, this shoe offers an experience totally unique.
They are comparable to a plethora of shoes ranging from a support such as the Brooks Adrenaline GTS, a stable neutral such as the On Cloudstratus and a conventional neutral such as a Saucony Ride 14.
It seeks to challenge the preconceived notions of the industry and offer a holistic shoe suitable for anyone.
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