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This model is designed for all players of floorball, squash, handball or volleyball. Its construction offers confidence in every step and unprecedented comfort.
Salming also offers low drop, unprecedented stability and infallible grip. The three-layer upper with integrated exoskeleton keeps your foot where it should be.
Special design of shoe upper - outer skeleton stabilizes walking sideways and reduces pressure on MTP joints (metatarsophalangeal joints). It is important to keep your foot stable especially in the soft feet where high pressure is exerted on this part of the foot during severe changes in direction - high probability of injury.
The rounded inner edge of the outsole allows for greater tilt of the foot and reduces pressure on the toe edge. This allows the foot to be reflected from more extreme positions while also making it easier to move the foot to a position that is normal for low stance when playing floorball or squash.
Rapid stopping of the foot can cause ankle sprain. The LMS + is designed with an 11% tilt to minimize the risk of injury.
T.G.S. 62/75 ™
Torsion Guide System. The heel-to-belly distance (62% of the sole) has been designed with maximum stability and impact control in mind. This surface is terminated by a so-called ballet line which terminates this stabilizing part at an angle of 75 °. On the contrary, X-factor shoes are equipped with a material that supports and stimulates the run-time reflection behind this ballet line. TGS 62/75 works with all the phases through which the foot goes through the run. On impact, the right part of the shoe dampens the impact and helps stabilize, then the outsole bends at exactly the right place and the material at the front stimulates reflection. All this with one foot impact on the ground.