[dropcap type=”square” round=”yes” color=”#f5f5f5″ background_color=”#333333″ ]S[/dropcap]tudy conducted by the Heeluxe laboratory situated in Santa Barbara, California proves GnL has superior stability.
The goal of this study was to examine how footwear affects the parameters of gait that can be measured by a tri-planar force plate (Kistler). 20 participants took part and 10 control shoes were selected as either top performing shoes currently on the market or new technologies in the walking shoe market.
What we found is that GnL has incredibly low peak pronation and supination forces, proving it’s an extremely stable walking shoe. GnL performed consistently higher than all the other walking shoes in the study.
Take a look at the Study Report