Inov-8 Men's F-Lite G 300 Cross Training Shoes
Train, lift, run, jump in the ultimate training shoe, made for the toughest workouts
The F-Lite G 300 is our toughest and most versatile cross-training & fitness shoe to date. Featuring brand new, exclusive technologies this training shoe brings you maximum lifting support and stability, without compromising on cushioning and flexibility.
Lightweight at only 300g and incorporating the world's strongest material, Graphene, the F-Lite G 300 strikes the perfect balance between explosive power, comfort and toughness.
- Graphene Powerheel for Extra Lifting Support
- Rope-Tec Protection Boosts Confidence on Rope Climbs
- Wrap-Around Upper Cage for All-Round Support
- Graphene-Enhanced Rubber for the World's Toughest Grip
- Lightweight Upper Gives Enhanced Breathability
- Made with Graphene for maximum durability & grip
- Graphene Powerheel for lifting support
- Combination of power, comfort & toughness
- Fit Scale: 5
- Drop: 6mm
- Footbed: 6mm durable cushioned ETPU
- Lug Depth: 2mm
- Use: Versatility
- Midsole: EVA
- Midsole Stack: 14mm / 8mm
- Shank: N/A
- Sole Compound: Graphene Grip
- Product Weight: 300g / 10.5oz
Forged in the fells and mountains of the British Lake District, inov-8 is a footwear, clothing and equipment brand for committed trail and off-road runners, fitness athletes and adventure-seeking hikers who push boundaries and stretch limits.
Since it was founded in 2003 by Wayne Edy, inov-8 has been renowned as a world leader in grip. The brand lives by the philosophy that an athletes' interaction with the environment is the single most important factor when designing products. Our kit is light, fast and always inov-8vative, as proven by our pioneering use of wonder-material graphene in sports footwear.
Thanks to our agility as a brand we were able to beat other big sports companies to the use of our patent-pending graphene technology. We are the world's first - and only - brand to use the wonder-material in sports shoes.
We started working on the project in December 2016 with The University of Manchester, which homes The National Graphene Institute. The two scientists who first isolated graphene from graphite at the university in 2010 have since been awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.
We never follow others, we carve our own way.