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Now in its 12th incarnation, this venerable trainer offers top-of-the line cushioning and a stable ride. Loaded with new features including Guidance Line for gait efficiency and Discrete Eye-stay construction, along with ASICS Impact Guidance System (I.G.S), Space Trusstic System, Biomorphic Fit Upper, and a ComforDry Sockliner.
With supreme cushioning and enhanced features, the Gel-Nimbus 12 from Asics will keep you running steady and true mile after mile. Built for the neutral to under-pronator who requires enhanced cushioning. This shoe features an impact guidance system to enhance the foot's natural movement from heel strike to toe-off, combination upper of breathable mesh and lightweight synthetic leather overlays for added support, biomorphic fit upper helps to reduce buckling and the potential for irritation, asymmetrical lacing design also reduces potential for irritation and provides improved comfort and fit, removable ComforDry sockliner offers the optimum cushioning system that creates a cooler, drier, and healthier shoe environment, discrete eyelets disburse lace tension creating a customized fitting environment and enhanced upper comfort, and the 3M reflectivity enhances visibility during low light hours.
More than a year using it, great shoe, i am buying from the same Brand since this ones i have wear them out running.Published 3 months ago by rodolfochipe
they do great. nice bounce to stride. Light weight. 2nd pair I have bought. they could be a little more durablePublished 4 months ago by Bookworm1
Excellent runner with very good lateral support and cushioning for a large runner (240+). A bit on the heavy and bulky side, it nonetheless laces up easily and snugly, has a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Polo Grande
They must have changed the sizing of these shoes. I normally get E4 width but this model seems wider then the ususal fit. I'm still wearing them though.Published 5 months ago by Thomas Lee