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Be a force to Contend with in this sleek running shoe from ASICS. Ample mesh helps you keep your cool while the cushioned, flexible sole delivers a smooth ride. Flexible and supportive, this shoe fires on all cylinders.
Start off on the right foot with these ASICS GEL-Contend running shoes. Featuring a GEL Cushioning System that absorbs shock and promotes a smooth stride, these men's shoes are ideal for beginning runners. Pair these running shoes with athletic apparel from Kohl's and you're ready to train.See all Product Description
I was a little disturbed by the fact they were "wide" although they weren't any wider in real life than the sneakers I had before. Read morePublished 10 days ago by mustard49
Glad I didn't listen to the reviews on this! Bought as a gift for my mother in law, it fits the same as all of her other asics and is much prettier in person than in photos! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Callyn's Mommy
I was so excited to get these in a wide width only to be disappointed that my foot would not even fit inside when they arrived. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Clemons
The shoes fit great and are very comfortable, they are great for running or walking. I wear them to work and my feet don't hurt. I would buy these again.Published 2 months ago by Mary Long
since the system keeps me asking to evaluate something that I did not try , because its a gift for someone, that did not receive the gift yet. Read morePublished 3 months ago by plastic broken
I typically wear a 7.5 wide but depending on the cut of the toe box, I sometimes can wear an 8 regular or sometimes need to go with an 8 wide. In sneakers I tend to order 8 reg. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeanne B.
The original ad stated these were MEN'S shoes and I ordered the size accordingly. This says WOMEN'S, so when they arrived they were too small. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Pippin