EnRoute launched by Salming

Salming launch EnRoute.
The development process of the EnRoute has been based on Salming’s Natural Running Support System which allows every runner to find and stay in their natural running stride.
Thomas Nord, head of design and creative director at Salming, said: “We’ve been aiming for an icon – a Salming Running shoe that would stand the test of time, a shoe that you could run in no matter what foot strike or running form.
“When it comes to shoe design in general and running shoes in particular, Salming has a holistic view of it – the Full Body Running perspective – embodied in the Salming Running Wheel – our running shoes are designed to facilitate the right running technique and form.”
The NRSS is a complex system where all parts are integrated and work together. It starts with the Torsion Guidance System 62/75° (TGS62/75°) – the distance from heel to the ball of foot (62 per cent of the shoe) has been designed to offer an optimised rear foot stability, which ends up in a so called “ballet” line, a 75° angle. In front of the 75° line, they have designed the shoe with deep grooves to enable greater flexibility to stimulate the foots natural movements. The forefoot flex is tailored to allow the runner to create a pre-tension in the foot before foot landing. The TGS 62/75° technology assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places.
Important ingredients of the the NRSS system are the raised rear foot midsole walls, deeper midsole grooves, an anatomical interior heel cup and last but not least – an exterior Torsion Efficiency Unit. Combined, all these properties provides the basis of the NRSS shoe stability and support.
The upper has been designed to merge with the support and stability properties, creating one solid responsive and supportive unit. The design thinking of the upper is a Wrap Around Design concept, four different units coming together to create a snug comfortable first feel with great breathability and fit. The fully integrated ExoSkeleton is a part of the lacing construction and keeps the foot in place.
The tongue has a gusset design which is a part of the three layer upper construction that consists of the big soft air mesh next to the foot, the second layer being the ExoSkeleton and to seal it all off – the thin net mesh.
The cushioning properties of EnRoute spells Recoil and Recoil R – combined they deliver a perfect mix of shock absorbing and a highly responsive and light feel.

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