Men's G-Defy XLR8 Running Shoes
Don’t run another yard without the advanced injury protection of the XLR8 RUN. Its multi-density nucleated sole recycles impact energy to make running effortless. Full perimeter shanking guards all 3 arches against foot hyperflexion, while the podiatrist-designed, motion control system’s ergonomic foot-bed, 3d designed upper, and 30% wider stability-outsole isolates foot stress, redirecting effort onto the larger muscles of the calf and leg. The XLR8 RUN: perform beyond limitation.
✔ MEDICARE / HCPCS code = A5500, may be eligible for Medicare reimbursement
✔ HARDENED TPU FULL-PERIMETER SHANK Heel-to-toe protection against midfoot trauma and hyperflexion injuries providing maximum lateral stability while walking, standing and running.
✔ NON SLIP HEEL COUNTER Non slip heel counter to avoid heel from slipping when running. Non-slip heel counter to avoid heel from inflammation
✔ REMOVABLE INSOLES To accommodate custom orthotic support
✔ LUSH PADDED COLLAR
✔ WOOL BLEND KNIT UPPER
Height of sole 1 1/2 in
Ratings & Reviews
Their is NOT a BETTER SUSPENSION TYPE SHOE, ANYWHERE, I'VE TRIED THEM ALL!!!
by Chaplain Rob
Not crazy about colors. They're hard to distinguish online. That's the only thing that is frustrating to me, I have been buying gdefy for about 15years. I've tried all the suspension type shoes; Spira, Z-COIL, etc...These ARE TRULY the BEST MADE, AND KEEP ON IMPROVING EVERY YEAR! EVERY NEXT GEN. IS NOT THE SAME OLD.THEY ARE TRULY ALWAYS CHANGING and I have never seen them go BACKWARDS in any AREA of DEVELOPMENT! YOU WILL NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED INTHIS PRODUCT! Only trying to distinguish true color, is difficult? I honestly wish they would use a larger COLOR- WHEEL..That could possibly increase sales.Out at G.M.(GENERAL MOTORS), where I pounded the CONCRETE FLOORS for 37years. The guys and gals would always say they LOVED the shoes when they got some theirselves, but were disappointed in the colors...GOD BLESS Y'ALL
Light weight and very comfortable
Very comfortable vs Durability?
I would give this shoe five stars for comfortability, but my review is not about that. My only issue with this shoe is the durability for running. I walk and run a lot. I’ve only owned this pair of XLR8 since late October, and they are not holding up as well as another brand I’ve owned since March. I am currently in the exchange process with this pair. Hoping it’s a one-off defective pair. I’ll update my review when the process is complete.