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Make your run as strong as possible. These picks round out any gear arsenal to help you train your best.
Our biggest take-away from this industry trade show? There are some sweet things coming spring 2015 from your favorite running brands. Check out the top 10 styles we can't wait to get our feet in.
Salt Lake City is hosting one of the running shoe industry's largest trade shows. We're headed out to get you the scoop on new styles and new technologies you'll see in 2015.
Reviewer: ReeBee | Oakdale
Love, love my new
Very solid shoe
Reviewer: Mike Denham | Baton Rouge, LA
When I first bought this shoe, I expected it to be less firm. I have put about 50 miles on them and the more I run i them the more I like them because the firm ride makes me run lighter as I should and turn my feet over faster. I do wish they fit a bit more like the EM Trail models though. For some reason, those fit my foot better. Overall, though, it's a great shoe. Because of the dynamic offset, it's hard to compare them to a zero drop or a moderate drop shoe, but I like the ride, they are well made, and I'm looking forward to at least 300 more miles out of these.
Reviewer: Singercheme | Dayton
These are very comfortable!
Reviewer: george | naples
Best shoes ever!
Reviewer: Mary | Kirkwood
From the moment you put on these shoes your feet are saying thank you! Instant comfort, cushion and stability.
I love these shoes!
Reviewer: TC | Portland, Oregon
Hi, I have been running for many years, but not as a super-consistent racer. Currently, I do a few half marathons per year and average between 10-20+ miles per week. I switched to Saucony Kinvara 4 about a year ago, and at first it was hard on my calves due to the heel drop. It took many nights of rolling out my calves to get used to it. Once my legs acclimated, I loved the lightness and the 'feel' of the road with these shoes. I have also purchansed the Kinvara TS for trail running and enjoy those as well. I have had my shoes for too long, and should have replaced them a while ago. That said, they do not have holes in them at all as others have claimed to have had happen. I weigh about 120, and am female, and tend to have a light step so maybe that is partly why I have not had issues with wearing out and holes. I am buying more of this model and will keep buying until they are discontinued.
Reviewer: Rope | Roeland Park, KS
This shoe is great for train running and action shooting sports. Plus, it looks cool. I liked his one so well that I bought the other color too. They fit true to size. The lacing system is awesome.
Performance and Comfort
Reviewer: Jack Wilson | San Franciso
Great shoe for intermediate runners who want to get faster runs on races and still get great comfort, stability. Very light shoe and good transition.
Sizing of shoes
Reviewer: Gail | Fredericksburg
They are wonderful shoes! I have noticed that the last 2 pairs of 7 1/2 shoes that I ordered are a little shorter than the time before. It feels like a 7. Are they making them a little smaller now? Should I order an 8?
There are some factors that could cause shoes to fit differently, such as the design of the upper or the lasts that are used. ASICS generally run pretty true to size, but a good rule of thumb is to have a thumb width between your longest toe and the end of the shoe.
Reviewer: Priscilla | San Antonio
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