ASICS Men's GEL-Nimbus 11 Running Shoe,White/Lightning/Brilliant Blue,16 D US
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- Synthetic and mesh
- Rubber sole
- Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.) enhances the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off
- Solyte midsole material is lighter than ASICS' standard EVA and SpEVA, combined with improved cushioning and durability
- Space Trusstic System creates a pocket between the Trusstic System device and the midsole, allowing for greater midsole deformation and more efficient foot function
- Biomorphic fit upper provides a superior fit and function
- Asymmetrical lacing design enhances upper fit and comfort while minimizing the potential for irritation
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Men's Asics, Gel Nimbus 11 - D width A top of the line cushioning shoe, featuring enhanced platform comfort and a Biomorphic Fit upper construction that provides exceptional fit. The broad, supportive platform is suitable for a range ofrunners from underpronators to moderate overpronators. The Solyte midsole materialprovides lightweight cushioning, while the Dynamic Cradle technology supports and guides the foot.
In 1949, Mr. Kihachiro Onitsuka began his athletic footwear company (Onitsuka Co., Ltd.) by manufacturing basketball shoes out of his living room in Kobe, Japan. He chose the name ASICS for his company in 1977, based on a famous Latin phrase "Anima Sana In Corpore Sano," which, when translated, expresses the ancient ideal of "A Sound Mind in a Sound Body." Taking the acronym of this phrase, ASICS was founded on the belief that the best way to create a healthy and happy lifestyle is to promote total health and fitness. Today, ASICS offers a full line of performance-driven athletic shoes and technical active sports apparel and accessories dedicated to bringing harmony to the body and soul.
- Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 7.7 x 4.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
- ASIN: B00290PCTI
- Item model number: T941N.0193-Wht/Lght/Blue-16 D US
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 7, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Top Customer Reviews
Asics makes excellent running shoes in general, but at the high end of their range the Kayano and the Nimbus are standouts. Kayanos are best suited for "neutral" runners who have a perfect step and gate. The Nimbus are a bit more forgiving for those of us who run on the outer edge of one or both of our feet. I fall into this category, in that my shoes show wear on the outer edge of one of my heals. Having run in both the Kayano and the Nimbus, I would give the nod to the Nimbus as it provides a little more "support." (Note - they provide support for running, but next to no lateral support necessary in other sports such as basketball. They are best for running or spending time on your feet all day.)
This is the eleventh (or XI) version of the Nimbus. In theory each iteration would get progressively better, but that has not always been true. Version ten (X) was a bit less cushioned and slightly heavier than nine (IX). That has been cured with this latest model. It is softer and lighter (purportedly by an ounce, which sounds silly unless you run). It breathes a bit better as well.
For the fashionable crowd, the colors are much better in person than shown on the website. The black / graphite version in particular is a nice addition to the traditional white / blue color combo.Read more ›
It's funny how people will spend money on things that don't improve running or comfort but yet when you suggest to them to try out a good pair of shoes and they baulk at a shoe that is in that price range. For me its money well spent not only to improve your running but to also help you protect your knees and back from injury.
Asics keep up the awesome work on making a great shoe even better!
* Light Weight. Weight is the same for both the Nimbus 10 and 11 (12.4 oz).
* Toe-box is far roomier (too much?) in the N-11 than the 10. I prefer a tighter fit.
* Sizing in the N-11 is closer to shoe size than the N-10 which seemed to be 1/2 size smaller.
* Heel was more form fitting in the N-10.
* Offset lacing in the N-10 resulted in a tighter fit.
* Cushioning in both shoes is excellent from heel to toe. The N-11 is less "squishier" than the N-10 which is well cushioned but resulted in a firmer ride.
* I much preferred the traditional design/look of the N-11 over the N-10.
Nothing beats an Asics however, bottom line for me - the N-10 has the edge over the N-11 with its better fit from heel to toe. And with retailers looking to clear out the model, the $50 savings is notable.
I couldn't imagine wearing another brand of running shoe, and the odd experiment with Nike, Brooks, Reebok, New Balance, etc. only confirmed my belief that Asics was, and always would be, my shoe. Recently, I bought two pairs of Nimbus 11's, intending to rotate usage.
The first time I wore them, on a short (6 mile) run, a little internal nubbin created by the sewing joining two pieces of the shoe lined up directly over the first knuckle of my big toe (or, if you prefer, the tibial sesamoid of my first metatarsal). It rubbed a nice circular hole through the skin which bled all over my socks. A fluke I thought. I put on a Band-Aid, and tried again; different socks, tighter lacing; the other new pair -- each time the skin opened up at the same spot. Asymmetrical lacing may be a fine idea, but for me, it creates a rubbed spot exactly where I don't need one (actually, that would be anywhere on the foot, but an area where skin stretches over the bone
is particularly bad). My Nimbus 10's also had asymmetrical lacing, but for some reason, did not have that little nubbin the elevens do. My foot is a little wide, but otherwise not unusual. I still love Asics, but I'm doing the mail-order thing to find a couple pairs of Nimbus 10's.
Moral: Poke your finger in your new Nimbus 11's before you buy, and if you feel a little bump over the tibial sesamoid, ask your Salesperson about the return policy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use a special insert with metatarsal support. The shoes are excellent and are consistent in their fit from generation to generation.Published 13 months ago by Steve Leggett
These shoes should be sold as defective or seconds. The eyelet/tongue area is crooked. That is, it descends from the ankle toward the big toe, rather than straight down the arch... Read morePublished 18 months ago by WRKelly
Extremely comfortable and durable running shoes. I mainly got the shoes because I stand and walk about 12 hours a day for my job, and need something very supportive and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kawa Jaan
The Nimbus 11 fits comfortably. It seems to run a 1/2 size smaller in the whole shoe. I was prepared by other reviews. I enjoy the support I feel in the arch. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carol Shane
This is the shoe I used before upgrading to the ASICS Men's GEL-Nimbus 13 Running Shoe. I think this is a good, quality-made shoe, and if I had reviewed it when it first came out... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sam-I-Am
Asics in my opinion is one of the best sport shoes ever made. It fit very well right out the box, it is very comfortable and a good investment for my joints health. Read morePublished on April 26, 2014 by Sergio
Great fit for my high arch and narrow heels plus good cushion to comfortable walking and exercising. I would purchase another pair of these if I could find the GEL-Nimbus 11s.Published on March 29, 2014 by Karen Winchester
This shoe works perfectly for my wide foot and gives me great support and stability in my running. I would definitely buy this shoe again.Published on March 27, 2014 by nancy