Women's Cross Training Shoes

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The material that absorbs the impact of the wearer's foot against the ground. Cushioning may vary in overall amount, density, and firmness. Generally, the more cushioning utilized, the "softer" a shoe will feel underfoot. A shoe's "drop" is the height difference from the heel of the shoe to the forefoot. Shoes with a higher drop tend to be favored by runners who land heel-first. Lower drops are often favored by forefoot or midfoot strikers.
Due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to drop heights are approximate.
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Women's Cross Training Shoes

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