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ASICS Women's GT 2160 Running Shoe
- Synthetic and mesh
- Rubber sole
- ASICS Design Philosophy. Employs linked componentry that enhances the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off
- Guidance Line: Vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency
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Pound the pavement in the GT 2160 running shoes by Asics.
For those who demand as much from their running shoe as they demand from themselves, the GT 2160 from ASICS is for you. The innovative and enlightened design naturally compliments your own stride plus exclusive biomorphic fit technology creates a more comfortable foot environment and reduces the potential for irritation. A reinforced toe cap ensures enhanced durability, an exclusive GEL cushioning system throughout the insole delivers smooth support and distinctive treading delivers traction even on less than ideal surfaces.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003OYJI98
- Item model number: T157N
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 1, 2004
- 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.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I used to be a total Brooks sneaker aficionado, but since discovering ASICS, my Brooks are barely used. I just find I can walk easier, move faster, and have NO PAIN after a brisk 30 to 45 minute walk. And it makes errands go faster just being able to not worry about feet/joints.
I had the 2150, which is a lot like these. But I do note that I slightly prefer the 2160. I use a size 9.5 to 10W in shoes (mostly 10W, but as I lose weight, my feet are shifting and I'm between sizes sometimes). I have to buy size 11D in ASICS. It seems like they'd be too big, but I find that going up a size works. I tried the 10.5D, and that works okay, but not as well as the 11D. I just adjust the laces to my shrinking food and eventually will need fatter socks (I love the ASICS hera locuts).
I have these now in two colors (yes, love them that much that I paid $100 for each pair, twice). My ASICS collection is now 4 pairs since I discovered them in January. I walk nearly every day, so I need to rotate and be comfortable.
Thumbs up. Great running shoe (though I just walk with them).
But if you want a deal, try to find the earlier model of this one and might find it for a lot less. They are very similar. Almost identical.
UPDATE: I've lost more weight, and now the 10.5 fits better, and is even getting a bit loose. I'm wearing a 9.5 and to 10 M in shoes now, and don't need wide. So, if you're a regular width and a 9.5, try a 10 or 10.5 (depending on how much toe room you prefer.)Maybe even need a full size up, depends on your foot, right?Read more ›
A podiatrist, Dr. Sanders does an excellent review of the new 2170 and how the "improvements" made to it are not. She does a great review of why the 2160 was such a great shoe. Support in the heel, support in the midsole, protection in the toe box. If you Google the 2160 and reviews for it - her You Tube videos will come up. It is worth watching.
The 2160 was a great shoe. It is the first running shoe I loved to wear because of its incredible support. That is why I ordered two pair for my races this summer. My next shoe will be a Brooks Adrenaline 12.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I stay with what works for me and Asics as been my running shoe of choice for over 21 years.Published 6 months ago by 2snooty4me
Love the look. After a day of work my feet are sore. Not enough support for the pronation.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love these sneakers! I have many pairs and they are great! They provide great support and look cute.Published 9 months ago by Angela Waters