The Asics GT 2000 was launched in 2012 as a replacement for the incredibly successful GT-2170. The GT 2000 is a mid-priced stability shoe which provides both high cushioning and high stability for the high mileage needs of over-pronating runners. Priced sensibly lower than the top of the line Asics Kayano, the GT 2000 is a direct competitor of shoes such as the Nike Structure, Saucony Guide and Brooks Adrenaline.
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6/10

Asics GT 2000 8 Review

The Asics GT 2000 8 is a staple everyday trainer. It has moderate support, is ... (Read expert review)
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9/10

Asics GT 2000 7 Review

The ASICS GT-2000 7 is a basic running shoe that is solid on many levels: ... (Read expert review)
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8/10

Asics GT 2000 6 Review

The ASICS GT-2000 6 is a quality workhorse of a shoe that offers stable ... (Read expert review)
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8/10

Asics GT-2000 5 Review

The ASICS GT 2000-5 is an exceptional stability trainer. The updates from last ... (Read expert review)
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9/10

Asics GT-2000 4 Lite-Show Review

The ASICS GT-2000 4 Lite-Show with PlasmaGuard is an excellent stability shoe ... (Read expert review)
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8/10

Asics GT-2000 4 Review

The ASICS GT-2000 4 is a trainer that is perfect for the faster runner needing ... (Read expert review)
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7/10

Asics GT 2000 3 Review

The new GT 2000 3 turns out to be inching ever closer to the flagship Kayano. ... (Read expert review)
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8/10

Asics GT-2000 2 Review

The Asics GT-2000 2 is an ideal trainer for runners with mild over-pronation ... (Read expert review)
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8/10

Asics GT 2000 GTX Review

The Asics GT 2000 GTX is an excellent all purpose stability shoe that runs ... (Read expert review)

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