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Feel the road without sacrificing stability.

If you're tired of stability running shoes that make you feel like you have bulky, unresponsive pads strapped to your feet, you're in for a treat. The Pearl Izumi Women's EM Road H 3 Running Shoe targets runners in need of serious rearfoot pronation control and a healthy dose of cushioning, yet manages to stay light, lively, and responsive. The broad E:Motion midsole platform and high-density medial post corrects and cushions each foot strike and provides just the right amount of lateral stability. The seamless upper hugs your foot for a supportive, socklike fit, while underfoot the low-drop Dynamic Offset midsole smooths your transition from heel strike to toe-off.

  • Ideal for those with flexible feet and low arch height in need of pronation control
  • Seamless construction gives the upper a comfortable feel against the foot
  • Transfer Dry mesh upper allows air to flow freely across the foot and drains water quickly
  • Insole has deeply cupped heel that securely cradles your foot
  • E:Motion midsole is designed to provide more cushioning and a broader platform for maximum pronation stability
  • Dynamic Offset E:Motion midsole changes from 4mm at contact to 7.5mm at mid-stance to smooth out every stride
  • High-density post at medial rearfoot offers pronation control
  • 1:1 Energy Foam cushions the forefoot and offers explosive rebound for toe-off
  • 1:1 Shock Absorption Foam absorbs and diffuses impact at the heel
  • Carbon rubber in the forefoot and crash pad offers long-lasting cushioning and durability

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