ASICS 33-M | First Look

Available February 2015 – MSRP $140.00 The ASICS 33-M is a low offset, maximal neutral trainer in the revamped Natural33 collection. Tech Specs Stack Height: 31mm Heel, 27mm Forefoot, 4mm … Continue Reading →


ASICS 33-FA | First Look

ASICS 33-FA Women’s Shoe Coral/Yellow/Mint Available February 2015. MSRP $110.00 The ASICS 33-FA uses AmpliFoam to deliver a resilient, soft ride in a low weight, low offset package. Tech Specs … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel Cumulus 14 – Our Take

Our Tweet The Asics Gel Cumulus 14 is a solid daily trainer for the neutral runner who wants to rack up miles in comfort. (View Men’s Gel Cumulus 14 and … Continue Reading →


Asics GT-1000 Sneak Peek

As we wrote a few weeks ago, the popular GT-2100 series is getting a revamp this fall and relaunching as the Asics GT-2000. If you follow the Asics lineup closely, … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel DS Racer 9

Our Tweet Fit, feel and fast come together beautifully in the Asics Gel DS Racer 9, a lightweight racing flat with just a bit of pronation support. (View Men’s DS … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel Cumulus 14 Sneak Peek

No messin’ with a good thing here – Asics made subtle tweaks to the successful Cumulus formula. It’s still a well-cushioned shoe with responsive toe-off, making for an enjoyable ride … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel Nimbus 14 Sneak Peek

The Big Papa of Pillow for the neutral runner goes on a bit of a diet but still maintains a plush ride. Launch Date April 2012 MSRP $140.00 What to … Continue Reading →


Asics Sneak ‘Peak’

Our Asics field rep was kind enough to drop by today with two big ol’ bags of Fall 2012 shoe samples. Our desks runneth over with running shoes! As you … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel-Fuji Racer – First Look

Not long ago, you couldn’t find a trail shoe under 10 oz. But in 2011, our trail shoe sales have been dominated by sub-10 oz models: New Balance MT101 and … Continue Reading →


Asics Gel-DS Racer 9 – First Look

Regardless of what is happening in the minimalist running movement, some runners still need racing shoes with support for over-pronation. Although the number of support racing shoes has been limited, … Continue Reading →


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