New Asics Novablast Wears Trampoline Design, Cushions More Response Underfoot

Asics adds the new Novablast to its lineup of performance running shoes, looks to provide a unique midsole geometry engineered for superior bounce.

Asics added another pair to its line-up of performance running shoes with the launch of Asics Novablast.

The midsole design of the Novablast takes inspiration from a trampoline, letting wearers perform side-by-side strides, helping them find an ideal rhythm while running. The new Asics Novablast also comes with what Asics calls a Flytefoam Blast to give the shoe a responsive and soft feeling underfoot.

The shoe weighs 9.2ozs and comes with a heel drop of 10mm. It also wears reflective details to provide better visibility in low-light conditions. It comes with an upper fabric to keep things cool during the run. Asics is using their Aharplus rubber which comes with more resistance, better durability, and traction.

Novablast cushions

The Novablast comes with Rearfoot Gel Technology cushioning system which disperses shock during impact phase.

Novablast fits well for long-distance runners as it’s higher off the ground and promotes lasting comfort over long distances. The cushioning and heel drop is aimed at making the shoe durable. Novablast comes with a unique cushioning system which reduces the shock during the impact phase, allowing for a smoother transition between running stances.

The new Asics is available globally for men and women and can be purchased from retail, online stores, and specialist running outlets.

Novablast will hit the shelves with the likes of DynaFlyte 4, Gen Nimbus 22, and Gel Pursue 5.

It’s out! You can find a pair at Running Warehouse!

Recommended reviews

Expert score

Nike Air Zoom Structure 23 Review

The Nike Air Zoom Structure 23 shares nothing in common with its predecessor ... (Read expert review)
Expert score

New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon v3 Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon V3 has been updated with a new upper, ... (Read expert review)
Expert score

Nike Air Zoom Winflo 7 Review

The Nike Air Zoom Winflo 7 gives runners an affordable, trusted, specialist ... (Read expert review)
Expert score

New Balance FuelCell Prism Review

The New Balance FuelCell Prism has a lightweight design with modest stability ... (Read expert review)
Expert score

Nike Air Zoom Alphafly Next% Review

The Alphafly Next% is the flagship Nike marathon racing shoe and is deserving ... (Read expert review)
Expert score

Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next% Review

The Nike Tempo Next% is supposed to be the replacement for the Pegasus Turbo 2 ... (Read expert review)

This web site uses cookies. Click Accept to continue. Review Our Cookie Policy

On these and other websites owned by RSG Media BV we use cookies and other similar techniques.

We place and use different types of cookies for the following purposes:

Functional cookies:
To make our websites work as intended.

Analytical cookies:
To collect and analyze statistics to improve the experience on our websites and the effectiveness of advertisements.

Tracking cookies:
To build personal profiles of you so that we can show you targeted content and advertisements that match your interests.

Social cookies:
To allow you to share your reaction through 'likes' or commentary.

In addition, third parties (which are partly outside the EU) can place cookies on our websites, including tracking cookies that can also be used to build up a profile of you. Tracking cookies may have an impact on your privacy.

By giving your consent below, you agree that we place and read cookies on all our websites (see this overview) and combine these collected data.

Your consent remains valid for 6 months unless you withdraw it.