unsuitable for long slow trail runs. I'll keep trying - do the Cumulus have the twist gel thingy Yes; Nimbus 5 - the 4's were the best shoes I've ever had, better than the more recent models - but still fantastic cushioning for my dodgy knees. PS Why do
HiDoes anybody know if Asics Gel Cumulus 10 are suitable for runners who have slight over-pronation.I currently run in Asics GT2140 and Nike Zoom Structure Triax 12 but have seen the Cumlus 10 for £45 in local shop and if there suitable for me its a
Hi all, long time reader, minimal poster! I have just purchased a new pair of Asics Gel Cumulus 10 trainers, having practically worn out my Cumulus 9's following the advanced running guide for Aprils London Marathon. I did one run in them and now
I also see that there's now a Gel Stratus at the price of the old Cumulus. I believe the Gel Cumulus & Stratus are now the equivalent of the 2120 & 1120. Has anyone any reports on how the new shoes perform as I'm about to replace my old Cumulus pair!
Just thought I would mention I got a pair today size 8 for £45 in Sports DirectI don't usually buy shoes from there; but this was reduced from £85: and I wear cumulus(with orthotics)It is a neutral shoe This should be Asics Cumulus 11(not 2)
Thinking off getting a pair this week anyone got a pair and what do you think off them Have been really happy with my Cumulus 11,s they should be flogging them off a bit cheaper. Now the 12,s are out. Can,t seem to find any reviews of the 12,s apart
For Christmas my GF bought me a pair of Gel Cumulus 14's. Previous to these I owned 13's, does anyone think that the soles are more firm on 14's compared to 13's or have I not broken mine in properly yet? @paulfromwire on Twitter i would imagine its
Just bought some of these, previous experience with Asics has been good, but not tried the Cumulus before. Just wondered how other folks have got on with them? Very well, personally (moved recently onto them from Nimbus) but I am pretty sure I
Hi AllAnybody have opinions on these ?I have had a gait analysis and seem neutral and started running in a part of Adidas Litestrike (hobby runner so these were cheap). I have had no problems with running pains and the ASICS seem to get a good
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