Women's Shoes Stability Running ASICS ASICS GEL-Kayano

ASICS Gel-Kayano Lite 3

Features

Keep your runs stable and light while you help protect the environment with the ASICS GEL-KAYANO® Lite 3.

The Flytefoam® cushioning ASICS uses is made from organically derived materials. This lightweight foam puts a spring in your step, which ASICS combines with their signature Gel cushion that provides excellent shock absorption for a great underfoot experience. They also added more Flytefoam in the forefoot to create a more energetic rebound at toe-off, which makes for a smoother ride.

The GEL-KAYANO LITE 3 is engineered to reduce the effects of overpronation and has ASICS Guidance Line® technology to improve gait efficiency. Plus, the jacquard engineered mesh upper is made with more recycled materials than ever before and feels amazingly comfortable and breathable on your feet.

The ASICS GEL-KAYANO LITE 3 provides a stable and sustainable shoe that is lightweight and comfortable, making running in it a joy.

Tech Specs

ASICS GEL-KAYANO LITE 3

Drop

8 mm

Weight

8.3 oz (W), 9.7 oz (M)

Stack Height

Heel: 22 mm / Forefoot: 14 mm (W)

Heel: 23 mm / Forefoot: 15 mm (M)

Category

Stability

Use

Everyday Training

What’s New + -

ASICS updated the GEL-KAYANO LITE 3 by adding more of their Flytefoam cushioning to the forefoot of the shoe and decreasing heel-to-toe drop to 8mm, which allows for a smoother ride. Designers also used more recycled materials throughout the shoe to reduce the weight and improve the comfort even more.

Who It’s Best For + -

The ASICS GEL-KAYANO LITE 3 is a stable and lightweight shoe best for those who overpronate or have flexible arches. It is also a great choice for the runner who is eco-conscious.

Why You’ll Love It + -

You will love how eco-friendly, lightweight and stable the ASICS GEL-KAYANO LITE 3 is on the run.

Sustainability + -

Approximately 75% of the upper’s main material is designed with recycled polyester. The sockliner’s sustainable dyeing process helps reduce overall water usage by approximately 33% and carbon emissions by approximately 45%.