Asics GT-2110

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Asics GT-2110
Asics has improved a shoe that was consistently pretty much the best on the market.

Our Review

The GT-2100 was one of our favourite shoes, and with the GT - 2110, Asics has added a few embellishments to improve on it. Your heel now sits back slightly further than in the previous model, giving a snug, supportive fit. The forefoot is also a bit wider. What's more, ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

147 user reviews of Asics GT-2110 See all

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I would buy these again and again Continue reading...
On my fourth generation GT and have tried other Asics and Nike shoes but always come back to the very capable GT Continue reading...
i would truely recomend. i am currently looking for a new pair of training shoes and was very tempted to buy 2 pairs of 2120s for £90 online but when i read the reviews for the 2120 i have decided to search for Continue reading...
excellent I recommend them to my friends and new runners Continue reading...
have supported and seen me through a few half and a full marathon Continue reading...


If I could source for you a pair of Asics GT 2110 in your size, how much would you pay for them today ?
I don't mean pre-order for when they come out in the UK. I mean physically have them now.
Is there a premium for this sort of thing ?
Or, are runners quite content to bide their time...

Posted: 16/11/2005 at 17:36

Always bide my time - give it 3-6 months for them to change colour and you'll get £20 off the old model. Why pay top price if you don't have to

Posted: 16/11/2005 at 23:07

Already ordered from Startfitness for £20 off rrp so happy to wait another 2 weeks.

Posted: 17/11/2005 at 11:44

Puts paid to my import/export plans if this is representative :-)

Posted: 17/11/2005 at 13:51

I needed to replace my 2100's and the 2110 was an easy choice as they're almost identical - JJB are doing them for £64.99.

Posted: 31/03/2006 at 20:57

Certainly would not pay a premium.

Posted: 01/04/2006 at 04:30

Runners are generally shrewd people and wait a while for the "fashion models" to go out of date and drop in price. After all they are going to get a bashing and won't look too smart after a few miles in the rain. I always buy a couple of pairs of last year's models to take me through the season and then see how others rate the new models before I buy them a year or so later.

Posted: 06/04/2006 at 22:35

For anyone wnating a cheaper pair of the Asics GT2110 I just bought some from Start Fitness (item ref: TN6040150) for £59.98. Needed some shoes and like the range so just bought them. Great shoes for me.

Posted: 10/04/2006 at 11:52

Tried to buy a pair from JJB and they do not do half sizes!!! Got them from an internet direct site, and no probs - have been running in the 20 series for years

Posted: 10/04/2006 at 21:59

These were the best ever day-in day-out trainers for me. The shoes in the same series before the 2110 were good. The 2110 were perfect, in my opinion. Unfortunately Asics messed up big time when they brought out the 2120 and they have continued with the same poor formula. The 2120 were a completely different shoe from the 2110 and Asics should have named them something else. Please, please bring back the 2110. If you do, I will start buying Asics again. 

Posted: 18/12/2010 at 11:06

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