GFC IMPACT - Purple/Pink
Switching between different exercises and workouts all in the same trip to the gym? A highly versatile and multi-purpose crosstrainer, the GFC Impact will let your transition be both smooth and effortless.
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A highly versatile and multi-purpose crosstrainer with Avias own GELfom Cantilever (GFC) system provides superb cushioning and shock absorption.
- UPPER: Lightweight air mesh with seamless synthetic overlays for enhanced breathability and flexibility
- MIDSOLE: Dual durometer compression molded EVA, featuring GFC (GELfom Cantilever) for superior cushioning
- SOCKLINER: Molded removable Super GELfom
- OUTSOLE: Lightweight, solid rubber with forefoot flex grooves for flexibility and forefoot outrigger for extra lateral stability
- SIZES: 6-11
- WIDTH: M(C)/W(D)
Great shoe-- fabulous price
Posted by Kathy on Feb 8th 2018
These are fantastic shoes for support. Since recovering from plantar fascitis I depend on these for prevention and have had no more issues with my feet! I wear one pair in my aerobic fitness classes and the other for all my fitness walking.
overall a good shoe
Posted by Unknown on Jan 10th 2018
I, typically, LOVE Avia shoes and it's not that I dislike this pair but the inside bottom part of the shoe is rubbery and it is so hard for me to get my feet into them. My socks stick to the bottom and it's a pain. I suspect that many people wear "dry fit" socks, which I hate because my feet slide around in my shoes when I wear them. That may be why the insides are rubbery - to prevent the sliding. If you wear "dry fit" socks, you'll be fine, I am guessing. Now once I do get my feet into them and get my socks situated, I really do like them. I use them for Jazzercise classes only. I love the pivot point on the ball of the sole. It keeps the shoes from sticking to the floor and in turn, hurting my knees. So far, so good with the shoe's use. They're relatively light in weight too.
just bought my second pair
Posted by Unknown on Sep 27th 2017
I walk a lot, all around the financial district of San Francisco. It gets me out of my office and it's a wonderful city for watching the tourists. Last year in September I bought my first pair, and they lasted a year which is pretty darned impressive with the amount of wear they were getting. I have had hip and knee problems with other brands of shoes, but these were painless until they were worn down. So, new pair, and my hip/knee pain is all gone, and I'm happily back to watching the tourists, trying to guess what language they're speaking and where they're visiting from. Life's soooo good with the right shoes on my feet!