CONNEXIS Go GTX low/grey-lightning
CONNEXIS Go GTX low/grey-lightning
The world's first leisure shoe with fascia stimulation. Keeps you active and fit.
- Stimulates your fascia
- Durably waterproof
- Elastic laces
- Relieving damping
- Made in Europe
Waterproof thanks to GORE-TEX®
Your feet stay dry and you stay healthy because the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning is permanently waterproof and extremely breathable. This is ensured by the three-layer GORE-TEX® membrane throughout the lining of the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning.
Secure hold thanks to anti-slip
The Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning gives you stability in every position. To protect you against skidding, the sole of the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning with its special rubber compound and innovative tread construction offers extremely high slip resistance and grip on a wide variety of surfaces.
Breathable thanks to textile upper
Your Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning with textile upper lets your foot breathe because it is permeable to water vapour and wicks moisture to the outside. This is ensured by the use of the finely processed microfibre fabric.
Lace up in a flash with FLEXLACE SYSTEM
The Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning can be laced and unlaced in a flash, the Flexlace System with elastic laces makes it easy to put on and take off. In addition, Flexlace offers an optimal fit of the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning to your foot.
Fatigue reduction with CONNEXIS
The Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning gives you more endurance in everyday life because its built-in CONNEXIS fascia tape stimulates your foot muscles. The result: wearing comfort that makes your whole body feel invigorated.
Endless energy. The Energy Return midsole absorbs and releases energy with every step you take. This way you move through the day more efficiently and with less effort.
Relieving cushioning with HAIX absorption
You'll experience a comfortable feel in the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning even when you're out for several hours. Because the integrated cushioning wedge inside cushions your steps. We call this HAIX Absorption: for drive even on long working days.
Precise fit thanks to special lasts
The right shoe for your feet. Thanks to specially designed lasts, your Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning fits perfectly and provides ultimate wearing comfort, the whole day long.
As a leisure shoe, the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning does not have to be tested according to the DGUV 112-191 (BGR 191) standard. This means that the shoe is not subject to certification. It is therefore suitable for orthopaedic insoles. This allows the Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning to be adapted even more optimally to the foot and to support its anatomical structure.
The men's model of the HAIX Connexis Go GTX low/grey-lightning is produced on a wider last to give wider feet more room in the shoe. There are no visual or functional differences here.
The men's model is recommended for wider feet due to the fit.
Fascia is basically a packaging tissue that sits beneath the skin. It is a fascinating network of connective tissue which essentially ties everything together. Fasciae give our body a shape and act as a binding mechanism.
Without fascia, our muscles would not be able to tense. They would resemble a semi-liquid jelly.
A tape runs through the shoe, enveloping the tarsus. When you put the tape on, it puts pressure on the fascia in the bottom of your foot. The trigger points in the insole provide additional impulses. Basically, this is similar to training with a fascia roller:
Tight fasciae are loosened and the musculature is stimulated.
HAIX shoes are 100% Made in Europe. For us, this is not just lip service, but lived practice. When it says "Made in Europe" on a HAIX shoe, we assure you that it was made exclusively at our production sites in Mainburg and Mala Subotica, Croatia. Both plants are among the most modern shoe manufacturing facilities in the world.
By the way: "Made in Europe" is not only a promise of quality for us, but also stands for good working conditions, equal opportunities, sustainability and corporate responsibility.