Asics GT-2120

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Asics GT-2120
The GT-2120 certainly won't frighten the hundreds of thousands of runners currently putting miles on their 2110s or even 2100s.

Our Review

Were we to place the new the GT-2120 and the GT-2020 of 1997 on either side of the nine versions that have come and gone between, the secret of this shoe's continued popularity would be obvious. It's evolution rather than revolution. The biggest change from the 2110 is a midsole ...  Continue reading

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137 user reviews of Asics GT-2120 See all

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I think these shoes must be smaller than most running shoes. Great for support - but buy a size up! Continue reading...
Loved them and will buy again and again! Continue reading...
Out of 3 pairs one is from the man’s section – and to be honest they are no different then the woman’s and they are a really food choice if a) you have wide feet and b) you need a bigger size as some stores do Continue reading...
Well into my 4th year in the Asics range from 2110 onwards.
Never had any problems, perefct fit for me. Continue reading...
I am sticking with them for the time been, but keep getting niggling little blisters and sore patches on my feet that I didn't get with the 1120's.I waited until I'd done a reasonable amount of miles before wri Continue reading...

Discussions

can anyone help?
i have really wide feet and cannot find a pair of running trainers that do not kill my feet.

Any suggstions please

Posted: 04/02/2007 at 08:13

Saucony tend to be quite wide. The Omnis in particular. Otherwise you could try the NB wider fitting shoes.

Posted: 04/02/2007 at 11:51

I have a pair of NB that are wide fitting and have plenty of room. I would suggest you take a trip down to your local running shop, am sure they would be able top help find the right pair.

Posted: 04/02/2007 at 13:13

Diane - I have been running for just under a year, and being of the wide foot variety myself had probs finding a pair as my 1st pairs of asics 2110's and 2120's were too tight and uncomfortable. Then by a stroke of luck I came across a website called 'startfitness.co.uk' - they stock size '2E' which is the width across the shoe. These wide fit asics are soooo comfortable, for me its like running in slippers compared to my old asics 2120's. I hope this is of help to you.

Posted: 07/03/2007 at 07:22

2nd that the saucony omni's are a nice wide fit.

Dare I suggest that you may need to go up a size or two from your normal shoe size.

Posted: 07/03/2007 at 09:09


I 3rd that for the Omni's. I've had my Omni 6's for a few weeks now and they're great.
You could also try Brooks - my last pair were Brooks Adrenaline's which come in a standard or wide fitting.

Posted: 07/03/2007 at 13:19

I don't know about Omni's, but I have Saucony Triumph and they are certainly a wider fit than any others I've tried and are v comfortable

Posted: 10/03/2007 at 17:35

Im a flappin EEE fit in shoes.... but I have been wearing the mens New Balance 857 for a year with no problems!

Ive always found that mens trainers are better for my feet than womens! Much more room!

Posted: 10/03/2007 at 18:04



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  • Year: from 2006

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