Talkback: Asics Gel Cumulus 13

I used the Asics Gel Cumulus 13 in the Turin half marathon last weekend. They worked really well. No blisters which was great considering th...

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28/10/2011 at 21:13

Just brought a pair of Cumulus 13 having spent the last three years running in Nike's Vomero.

I found the heel is held well and the cut of the shoe around the ankle is low so unlikely to cause any irritation there. The cut of the shoe around the midfoot is snug but not too tight, just holds the foot nicely with more room in the toebox.

When wearing them, you can really tell the gel cushioning system in the heel but also in the forefoot too so it feels like a really soft ride. It feels superior to the Vomero's cushioning, probably helped by the fit of the shoe which was better and felt more anatomically correct.

Really like this shoe, can't wait to race in it and see how it fares. It'll take something special to make me change from this shoe.

17/07/2012 at 22:31
It feels superior to the Vomero's cushioning, probably helped by the fit of the shoe which was Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars better and felt more anatomically correct.
17/07/2012 at 22:33
It feels superior to the Vomero's cushioning, probably helped by the fit of the shoe which was Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars better and felt more anatomically correct.

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