- Rubber sole
- FlyteFoam Lyte Technology - ASICS lightest weight midsole formulation that provides continuous cushion thanks to organic nano fibers.
- SpevaFoam 45 Lasting - Employs 45 degree full length SpevaFoam 45 lasting material for a soft platform feel and improved comfort.
- Ortholite Sockliner - Moisture management (Ortholite is a registered trademark of ATP Manufacturing LLC).
- SpevaFoam Midsole Material - Improves bounce back characteristics and decreases midsole breakdown.
- Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL Technology Cushioning System - Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
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Push yourself to your limits with the GT-2000 7 shoe, the latest update in the GT-2000 7 series focusing on improved fit, breathability and durability. Engineered to provide maximum support for those who overpronate, or roll inward on their feet when hitting the ground, yet responsive cushioning to minimize overall impact on your body during your run. The shoe is finished with a durable AHAR rubber outsole to keep you on the ground on any road surface and provides you long-lasting support with each stride. Shift your run with peace of mind.
Weight: 10.69. Heel Height: 22mm. Forefoot Height: 12mm.
Ultralight and Comfortable Ride
Rearfoot and forefoot technology GEL Brand technology and all-new FLYTEFOAM LYTE technology work together to attenuate shock and allow complete bounce back.
Jacquard mesh upper combines multidirectional stretch mesh and reinforcements that adapt to the foot, providing an unmatched fit while quality materials reduce the potential for irritation.
DUOMAX SUPPORT SYSTEM technology reduces shoe weight while AHAR (ASICS High Abrasion Rubber) is placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 12.2 x 7.6 x 4.8 inches; 2.4 Pounds
- Item model number : 1011A158
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : October 23, 2018
- Manufacturer : Asics
- ASIN : B07D7G2NHW
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So as a complete novice, I know NOTHING about running shoes. I remember that I'm a mild over-pronator with somewhat flat feet. Time for Google.
I started out with Brooks, because after all, they lasted me several years and were comfortable (if a bit heavy). Of course my trusty 257's have since been long discontinued. So after reading a lot of comparisons and reviews, I had to decide between (previous model) Brooks Adrenaline GTS 18 (on clearance, good price), or the new model Adrenaline GTS 19. Being frugal, I figured the 18's would be the best bet (saving $40). Also ordered the ASICS Mens Gel-Cumulus 19.
The Cumulus are not great at all. They felt half broken-in after the first run, and my feet and hips were in some pain for a couple of days.. NOPE.
Next run, GTS 18. Not as bad as the Cumulus, but still had that shockey kind of tired pain in my feet after running. The pain and tired would last a day or more, so no good. Was really surprised that such a highly-rated shoe would hurt my feet and hips! So, time to bite the bullet and spend the dough-rey-me. Decided I would do my own comparison and ordered the Asics GT-2000 7 and these GTS 19.
Was excited about the "rail" in the GTS 19. Revolutionary. Awesome. Best thing since sliced bread... but not for me. They really feel fine for the first mile or so (which I run in around 7 minutes), but then fatigue begins to set in, and I really have to kinda watch my gait. By mile two still ok, but have to begin considering my steps. The shoes are feeling kinda thin. I mean... I'm getting tired, and what form I may have becomes less than professional. Have to pay attention to try to monitor each step. But.. I only have 1.1 miles left. As I draw to a finish I don't care much about my gait. I'm just dragging my tired rear-end across the finish. At this point, I'm more concerned with salvaging my time and trying to finish strong and keep that spring in my step. BUT, my feet are feeling a bit worn (no pain, just tired), and feel like I should concentrate on each step, or I might actually hurt my feet.
Also noticed that the tongue area was kind of rubbing the front of my ankle in an uncomfortable way. The shoe never really felt secure on my foot. I personally do not like tight-fitting shoes, but no matter how loose I tied them, the opening around the ankle felt stiff and kinda annoying. Like a stiff collar on a shirt. Is this really my best option?????
Yesterday I tried out the Asics GT 2000 7. I ran my second best ever time. I didn't even think much about it. My feet never hurt, I don't remember actively concentrating on how my steps were coming down. I sit here typing this the next day, and my feet or hips don't hurt at all Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems to me that the Asics are more like my classic 257's.
The GTS 19's will be going back. The Asics GT 2000 7 is really a great shoe (for me).
Amazon delivery impeccable as usual.
The fabric is pretty impressive, no holes and doesn't pickup dirt. The yellow is still coming through bright as day! I'd hesitate to say stain resistant, but I havent done anything special to keep them clean aside from the ocassional hose down and toss in the dryer.
Laces also show no wear.
Im very happy that these pair of shoes are holding up so well and are so, so comfortable!
P.S. Yes, I wrote this review waiting at Les Schwabs. So these shoes are holding up well on the PNW.