Men's ASICS Gel-Nimbus 21 Running Shoes

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Built On Comfort for the Distance
As a long-distance running, you need running shoes that are built to go the distance. With the Gel-Nimbus 21, you can do just that. Check out this video to witness an improved fit with a high-energy return to go further.
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Push your run further, accomplish the miles with the latest Men's ASICS Gel-Nimbus 21 Running Shoes. These re-engineered running shoes offer an ultimate pair of comfort and fit with a SpevaFoam 45-degree full-length soft platform and rearfoot and forefoot gel technology cushioning system. With an innovative mid-sole that helps propel each stride forward, you'll experience maximum bounce on the forefoot to keep you running towards your mile mark. These running shoes are an ideal pair for long distance runners to propel your training session to the next level of enhanced gait efficiency while the Ortholite Sockliner offers higher rebound with moisture-wicking and breathable technology.

Feel the energy for an endless run while you're feet experience a smoother, more stable ride from heel strike to toe off. Conquer your running experience today with the Men's ASICS Gel-Nimbus 21 Running Shoes; once you have, they'll become your go-to pair of running shoes.  

Features:
SpevaFoam 45 Lasting soft platform feel and comfort  
Flytefoam Lyte Technology lightest weight midsole 
Flytefoam Propel Technology energetic foam formulation 
Rearfoot and forefoot gel technology cushioning system 
Guidance Trusstic System Technology midfoot structural integrity 
Guidance Line Misolde Technology enhances foot gait efficiency 
Impact Guidance System Technology enhances foot's natural gait 
Heel Clutching System Technology for support and improved heel fit 
Reflectivity material for enhanced visibility in the evening or morning
ASICS High Abrasion Rubber (AHAR) Outsole for exceptional durability  
Ortholite X-40 Sockliner higher rebound, moisture-wicking, and breathability 
Specs:
Heel Height: 23mm 
Forefoot Height: 13mm 
Weight: 310 grams, 10.9 oz.
SpevaFoam: 45-degree full-length platform  

Customer Reviews

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Great fit
Have been having foot issues lately.
Bought these because of a friend recommendation.
Very satisfied with the comfort. They have a lot of padding (gel and generous room in the toe box.
Liked them so much, I bought a second pair (different color)!
April 26, 2019
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Great fit, feels great!
It was time to upgrade my GT2000-2’s, so I walked into a local Asics store to see what’s currently available.
After talking about distance and pronation (which i never properly tested, the very knowledgeable employee put me on a treadmill wearing special shoes and some sensors and we found out that neutral shoes are fine for me as well based on my running metrics.
Trying on the Nimbus and Cumulus (running around the store for a few minutes), i decided to go for the Nimbus, as they gave me a bit more support in the rear when doing faster turns.
Went out for a 5k run after i got home and they felt great to me. Glad i upgraded!
February 4, 2019
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Passable
Only a week old. I put them side by side with my 20's and I don't really agree with some other comments suggesting that the 21's have a bigger toe box. The sole/platform is somewhat wider, but actual foot space is indeed smaller than the 20's. They aren't the most visually appealing Asics ever, but I got black and white so they can pass. I ended up a half size larger than my 20's and they will do for now. Not awful, and not great. I've probably a tough reviewer, in that I haven't been fully satisfied with my Asics shoes in recent years. The 21 continues that trend.
February 2, 2019
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Great shoe but they run a size small
I always wear the Nimbus model and wear a size 12 but this model I couldn't even get it on my foot. Other than that issue the shoe is perfect.
January 31, 2019
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White shoe
Worn this brand of shoe for about 10 years between asics and nike,,is it so complicated to make a white colored shoe these days..us older generations dont care for lime green/ blaze orange/ hot pink kinda look.
January 28, 2019
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Greatly improved fit and ride
I have been running on Nimbus for five years now and the changes that have been made in this version are all positive. Toe box change transforms the feel of the shoe and the new foam does as advertised. I run about 20 miles per week and Nimbus has always worn welll.
January 25, 2019
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Ugliest Nimbus Yet
My expectations for the Nimbus 21 were pretty high. While I thoroughly enjoyed the 19 and 20s, the 21s absolutely look horrendous! They are absolutely ugly and look completely outdated and clunky. They are somewhat comfortable, but I will be stockpiling my 20s or switch to New Balance until they come out with a decent looking Nimbus.
January 17, 2019
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I GETTING TO KNOW...
Yeah! I GETTING TO KNOW... I already know what it means GOOD shoes. Great cushioning and stabilization. Great for longer distance! Nimbus21...? Love them.
January 13, 2019
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love my nimbus 21
i have been struggling with itb injury since feb 2018.but ever since am using nimbus 21.those pain are gone.i love the cushion is so super.now i am back at the gym and busy with my build up#asicsnimbus21
January 12, 2019
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Amazing Feel and Fit Ever.
Got a month using Asics Gel Nimbus 21,the fit and feel is just unbelievable .The new cushioning system Flytefoam and FlyteFoam Propel makes the shoes lighter and more responsive than the previous models.The look /appearance of the shoes is very nice,i can even use them as casual shoes ,.The toe box is wider and upper mesh is so breathable aswell.I am loving and enjoying my running because of Asics Gel Nimbus 21,its like running on clouds as the name says..
January 12, 2019
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