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Enko Running Shoes

Date Added: October 19, 2015 05:17:36 AM
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Category: Sports Medicine: Running Shoes

 

The new entrant into the athletic shoe market is a particular shoe from Enko. These new athletic shoes from France had been initially publicized at the end of 2014 and launched via a crowd funding venture at Indiegogo at the beginning of 2015.
This shoe has mechanical spring loaded parts that are built-into the sole. This particular structure provides the athletic shoe with an increase of shock absorption and energy release. This is believed to increase comfort as well as efficiency. The springs are interchangeable and are determined according to the weight of the runner. Data furnished by Enko claim that the gains provided by the cushioning concerning mechanical energy is between 6% and 14% depending on the pace of the runner.
It's not apparent if the footwear is going to be broadly adopted at this stage, but some concerns have been mentioned about the design and the way it could possibly affect the lower limb biomechanics.

The new entrant into the athletic shoe market is a particular shoe from Enko. These new athletic shoes from France had been initially publicized at the end of 2014 and launched via a crowd funding venture at Indiegogo at the beginning of 2015.

This shoe has mechanical spring loaded parts that are built-into the sole. This particular structure provides the athletic shoe with an increase of shock absorption and energy release. This is believed to increase comfort as well as efficiency. The springs are interchangeable and are determined according to the weight of the runner. Data furnished by Enko claim that the gains provided by the cushioning concerning mechanical energy is between 6% and 14% depending on the pace of the runner.

It's not apparent if the footwear is going to be broadly adopted at this stage, but some concerns have been mentioned about the design and the way it could possibly affect the lower limb biomechanics.

 

 

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