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Men's Fate 4

$140.00

Next generation responsiveness and comfort.

Newtonium cushioning, breathable upper and metatarsal stretch panels make the Fate 4 a shoe that has all the features to better accommodate the shape of your foot.

Men's Fate 4 Details

Newton Men's Fate 4 Specifications

specifications

  • Weight (oz): 8.6
  • Drop: 4.5
  • Support: Neutral
Newton WoMen's Fate 4 Upper

upper

  • Breathable and Versatile Open Weave Mesh
  • Innovative Metatarsal Stretch Panel
  • Performance Lace and Tongue System
Newton Men's Fate 4 Sole Technology

sole technology

  • Smooth and Versatile
  • Tapered Lugs to Smooth Transition
  • Full-Foot Newtonium Cushioning

Perfection on Purpose

The shoe for everyone. The Fate 4 was designed with a little bit of pop and a lot of comfort to give runners the perfect ride

Man running outside on a path wearing Newton Men's Fate 4 shoes

What Makes Newton Unique?

Newton Men's Fate 4 side view

Level Platform

Over time, many shoe designs have become thicker, softer and heavier with greater heel heights. In the spirit of making every stride better, Newton shoes feature lower heel to toe drops to put you in a more natural running position.

Newton Men's Fate 4 top view

Action/Reaction Technology

The secret formula powering the speed of Newton Running shoes is its proprietary Action/Reaction Technology. Generated by the active movement of the lugs, it creates a responsive, trampoline-like cushioning system that provides quicker bounce-back and loses less energy than a traditional foam-core running shoe.


        Newton Men's Fate 4 bottom view

Full Foot Cushioning

If you love the responsive yet cushioned feel of the lugs in the forefoot, you'll be happy to find out the same technology exists in the heel. With Newton Running, you get full-foot cushioning and protection.

A side view of Newton Men's Fate 4 shoes outside
People sitting on stair wearing Newton Men's Fate 4

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