A footwear feature or technology that is located on the medial side (inner side) of the foot and shoe. It is designed to provide additional support by acting like a cradle that sits under the medial longitudinal arch to provide stability for a foot that tends to have a tendency to roll in (pronate).
The surface that the shoe is built for will ensure it meets the demands of the activity.
The relative mass of the product based on a measurement of a per a shoe, is represented in grams.
A measurement that refers to the fitting of one side of a shoe to the other side (medial to lateral forefoot fit).
A measurement scale used to classify fits. Different width fittings ensure the perfect fit.
The stack height of a shoe is the amount of midsole that is between the foot and the ground. The difference in the midsole height from the heel to the forefoot is called the heel-forefoot offset of the shoe.