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ASICS Men's GEL-Fuji Racer Running Shoe


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Blue/Lightning/Red
  • Synthetic
  • rubber sole
  • Rearfoot GEL cushioning system
  • Solyte midsole
  • Lace pocket to tuck in laces

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The perfect blend of a road-racing flat and a trail tough trainer, the GEL-Fuji Racer running shoe from ASICS Men's is a true hybrid. The form-fitting upper moves easily with your foot and offers good grip, a smooth ride, and plenty of protection. Springy lugs on the outsole provide ample cushioning on any surface.

Debuting as the lightest shoe in the Asics trail running line, the Men's GEL-FujiRacer Trail Running Shoes was made to go fast. Weighing in at under nine ounces, it offers superior fit and breathability in the upper, along with stability, cushioning, and a trail-ready outsole.

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  • ASIN: B0058C6NLA
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 6 x 5 inches; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: GEL-FUJI RACER-M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,473 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    The shoes are very light, comfortable, and look good.
    Andrés
    Cushioning and outsole were good enough to protect against all but pointy rocks, which only caused some soreness.
    Mark F
    Received the Asics Fuji Racer Trail Running Shoe, very light and comfortable.
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    I wanted something I could use "off road" at the local nature center paths. I have tried a wide variety of shoes over the past year running the gamut from traditional cushioned to full minimal vibram's and Merrell's. The Kinvara 2's have become my favorites and the shoe I compared all others to now. The Gel Racer's compare as well as anythign else I have tried. They have a very simialr feel to the Kinvara's. They are quite as lightweight and have a little greater heel drop differential, but they feel very similar on the foot.

    The Gel Racer's are supposed to weigh in at around 8.8 oz in a Men's 9 which is about 2 oz's more than the Kinvara's but still on the lightweight side of things as far as shoes go. The heel to toe drop is approx. 6mm which is less then most traditioanl shoes (10-14mm) but more then a true minimal which is usually (0-2mm). 6mm is a good compromise in my opinion. I wear size 12's and that is what I order here. I found the fit to be spot on and these are very comfortable.

    The upper is well made. Seems to be better quality than the Kinvara's. The heel offers gel cushioning which doesn't mean as much to me as I tend to run more on my midfoot and forefoot these days, but even on hard roads the rear of the shoe is very comfortable. The forefoot is not really that well padded, again in line with minimalism. The material is much tougher than that found on the kinvara. There is a rock plate enclosed as well. On actual trails the traction is great and padding fine. On hard road surfaces the padding isn't quite there if you are going on longer runs on a purely paved trail. 5k-8k or so is fine but I don't know if I would go longer on a hard surface. Again though this is a trail shoe and on grass and dirt or a mix of trail/pavement this is a great shoe.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. Becker on February 18, 2013
    Color Name: Purple/Lightning/OrangeSize Name: 8 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    They are purple and a little flashy, but they are very cool and comfortable to wear. My friend couldn't wear them because she has very high arches, but I wear them comfortably and I have normal to low arches. If that helps anybody.
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    22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Michael Adams Jr on April 30, 2013
    Color Name: Blue/Lightning/RedSize Name: 10.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    That throwing my trail sensor 5's in the closet with my DS racers that just a few short weeks later these would appear, I would have done it sooner. No Barry White involved. I heard some thumping and BAM... there is this shoe.

    I strapped on these bad boys for only 1 8 mile run before using them in a trail 50k Ultra. The toe box is a bit wider than your DS racers, but not annoyingly wide. The weight (around 8 oz) is a HUGE advantage as the shoe protects your feet from jagged rocks, yet is thin and light weight enough to allow you to cruise for psychotic distances.

    The ultra had 2 river crossings and when I was submerged to my waist in swiftly flowing river, they were a bit slippery on the rocks. So if your 50k is under water on coral, I would suggest flippers instead of this shoe.

    Upon exiting the water, the shoe drained faster than your wallet, if it was stolen, in Vegas, and on a strip club spending spree. No squishy steps and no blisters from the 32.6 mile run.

    The shoe shows VERY little wear, despite the rocks, river, trails, gravel, mountains, etc that it was put through on the day. The shoes left me a note the next day after the ultra:

    Dear Mike,

    Really? That was it? You call that a run? Whatever. Let the dog chew on me so I can at least get broken in.

    Sincerely,

    The evil love child of Trail Sensor 5 and your DS Road Racing Flats.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sasha harriott on October 3, 2013
    Color Name: Purple/Lightning/OrangeSize Name: 10.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    This is my third pair and love them. The sizing advice is correct half size bigger. I was told I was an excessive pronator and had the brooks beast shoes for 10 years, but got into longer distances and trail running and could not stand the weight and build of the beast. I must say when I first set out on these shoes I almost turned around at 2 km due to the muscle pain in my foot. I then switched off old shoes and new and was fine ever since. A great shoe if you want to go light, I bought the purple one because they were cheaper and nobody seems to laugh in my face about thecolour.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JMN on September 19, 2013
    Color Name: Lime/White/Flash OrangeSize Name: 10.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    Have only had the shoe for a few weeks and put 10 miles on a single track trail run. I ordered together with the XR Missions by Salomon to see which fit better. These won by an edge. I have never owned a pair of Asics. I have always gone with Adidas because that's just want I was used to wearing and I'm not a avid traditional runner. I play in more exciting areas than a treadmill or a boring run on the road. I do not do marathons. I run Tough Mudders, and other adventure type races. I wanted a new pair of running shoes that can handle a trail run, mud run, or a day hike/mt bike session. I'm 6'0, 185 and ordered these in a 10.5. They fit well. Feel athletic and fitted with out being lame minimalist ninja wannabe shoes. Great grip and provide good balance, and flexibility while still maintaining it's form and support around my entire foot, not just the heel. Good purchase and decent price for a pair of sneakers I plan to use hard for the next year.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lenny on March 28, 2013
    Color Name: Lime/White/Flash OrangeSize Name: 11.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    I have only used these twice on the trails and so far they have not failed me. They are comfortable, super light weight, and have tons of grip!
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