Asics Running Shoes Reviews

Asics is the Japanese giant of running shoes. The Asics name is an acronym of the latin motto "Anima Sana in Corpore Sano" which is "Healty Mind in a Healty Body". Founded in 1949 by Kirachiro Onitsuka. Asics makes some of the most popular running shoes worldwide, from the cushioned Cumulus and Nimbus to the stability Kayano and GT series. Asics' lineup of running shoes is impressive: being the focus sport for the company, they have plenty of options to fit many different runners.

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Weight
11.9 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“While the Kinsei 4’s may be a great choice for runners who don’t mind spending a bit more on their shoes, they just aren’t the ideal shoes for me. They’ll stay in my rotation for short runs...” Read expert review
Courtney Roy
Running Expert
Weight
10.5 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Stability
“As a runner that needs some stability for my overpronation, especially on training runs, the DS Trainer 16 is a shoe that perfectly fills the gap between my heavy supporting high-mileage shoes and my...” Read expert review
Ruggero Loda
Founder and Publisher, Running Shoes Guru
Weight
10.3 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“Asics is definitely moving in the right direction by taking their excellent cushioning technology and putting it in a stripped down and more flexible shoe. ” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester
Weight
11.8 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“A runner can't go wrong with Asics stalwart neutral cushioning shoe, and this shoe changes little from year to year. A durable high mileage shoe, the Cumulus will accomodate many types of feet with...” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester

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