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Runners with gaits ranging from under-pronators to moderate over-pronators will rejoice in this update to the GEL-Cumulus series, whose hallmark is upper comfort, platform cushioning, and stability. Comes with rearfoot and forefoot GEL Cushioning System, the gait optimizing Space Trusstic System, and Impact Guidance System (I.G.S).
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Not sure how many miles I have put on these shoes; I'm not that big of a runner but I just replaced the insoles with different support insoles to see if my feet will stop hurting... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Darren Bieda
I have very wide feet, was hoping that the wide would be wide enough, guess not. Besides that they are cushioned very well, just wish they were a little wider. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amanda
Got a great price on this last year's model. Very happy with the shoe. Loving the ease of buying shoes on Amazon including their very convenient return policy.Published 1 month ago by Akshay Tandon
I used to run, in fact, I ran across the US in 1992. Even though I don't run anymore, I still love the feel and fit of an Asics running shoe. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Warady
I've had several pair of Asics. The fit is consistent across all models. Cushion & support are acceptable.....I'd call it average. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ricardo
You always need to order either half or 1 size up with Asics.
But i am familiar with the brand so we knew what size to get.
Excellent Delivery as always
Knees Don't Hurt as much when I run
Don't Last more than 4 months. Read more
Asics fit well, comfortable, not real sure if I fell the "gel" effect of these shoes. I think I would purchase another pair.Published 5 months ago by P. Castile
Purchased the 12.5M because the 12 was not available. This shoe has enabled me to work on my feet for more than 40 hrs/week for the past 8 years. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Norris