Fit and ride was just as nice as my outgoing 2140's even from straight out of the box, no issues whatsoever.
Posted: 27/03/2010 at 17:49
Highly Recomend then for High Milleage Training. Great cushioning and very lightweight
did get two blisters breaking them in but after 3/4 runs Lovely Jubbly !!!!!
Posted: 27/04/2010 at 05:18
Posted: 26/05/2010 at 19:50
I prefer the GT 2140 it was better fit and felt ligter on the foot. To be honest I did not need to break into them.
Now the GT 2150 feel heavy on my foot, I am scared to race in them, because of the weight. Luckily I got four old pairs GT 2140's which I rotate in races. I usually train in my GT-2150.
I feel ashamed to it admit it, but I frequently wear the mens Asics GT 2140 and Asics GT 2150 because of the wider fitting. I once brought Women GT 2140 by mistake it gaved me blisters on my heels and messed up my toes.
The Asics GT-2150 are good trainers for short distances and running marathons. I don't mind paying good money for good quality trainers. If there is any company out there selling new GT-2140 size 91/2 USA size I will be more than happy to buy a couple of pairs. Hint, Hint Asics.
Posted: 04/06/2010 at 00:44
I bought a pair of these at the weekend, and am really pleased with them.
Been running with the 2140's up to now, and have had problems with blisters. Took the new 2150's out on a 16 mile run yesterday, and had no problems what so ever.
Well worth the money.
Posted: 07/06/2010 at 09:19
Posted: 12/06/2010 at 18:59
I have worn out 2 pairs of 2120, 2130 and 2140 in succession, currently on my first pair of 2150. I'll be honest here, there is no appreciable weight difference between them (sorry Karen), but I will concur that it doesn't feel as good as the 2140. The 2150 took an age to break in and just doesn't seem to offer the same responsive, nicely cushioned ride. I'm a bit disappointed to be honest, I did my best ever marathon in the 2140 and was hoping to improve in the 2150. Perhaps Asics just dropped the ball with the 2150, it happens.
Posted: 16/06/2010 at 15:44
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Posted: 04/08/2010 at 11:05
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