Vimazi, the developer of pace-tuned running shoes, released its pace-tuned trail running collection, continuing the brand’s mission “to provide runners with footwear engineered for their specific pace, promising to maximize cushioning and overall running efficiency while increasing stability during push-off.”
The Trail Z2 ( 8:00-12:00 min/mi) and Trail Z3 (10:00-16:00 min/m) feature an aggressive tread, external rear stabilizer, “stump-ready” toe protection, and built-in forefoot control during push-off. With a pace-tuned midsole, the trail shoes deliver cushioning, propulsion efficiency and torsional stability on the trails. Both model shoes have a wide toe box, molded foam heel counters, rocker design, pace-tuned feel, and breathable upper. The trail shoes come in men’s and women’s versions.
Each Vimazi model is “designed and scientifically engineered with a specific pace zone in mind. This ensures that each runner receives a personalized and optimized level of cushioning, efficiency and stability. The Vimazi trail shoes will provide the same pace-tuned benefits, ensuring trail runners can enjoy a shoe engineered for their personal pace,” said Vimazi.
“Our mission at Vimazi is to help runners unlock their full potential by providing them with shoes that are specifically designed for their pace,” said Tucker. “We are excited to extend our pace-tuned technology to trail running shoes, providing trail runners with the same benefits enjoyed by road runners.”
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