If you think you may be compromising on other benefits in order to get an extremely lightweight shoe then think again. The Nimbus 19 has fantastic cushioning throughout, as well as a great fit, but still manages to be the lightest version of this shoe ever made. It's ideal for long distances, with a FluidRide 2.0 midsole that has been constructed in two layers for the ultimate bounce-back. The bottom layer is FlyteFoam and the top layer is SpEVA, made with gel that has been engineered specifically to suit the neutral runner, both layers increase bounce-back for a more comfortable ride. The heel counter provides a more secure fit while a visible rear foot gel positioned closer to the foot makes every stride easier and softer. This continues inside with a X40 sockliner that also offers 40% more bounce-back and is extremely durable. The FluidFit upper is constructed from engineered mesh to move more freely with your foot on every stride and is again, more lightweight, thanks to it being seamless.
- 10mm heel drop
- Improved fit
- Impact Guidance System (IGS)
- FlyteFoam bottom layer midsole
- SpEVA top layer midsole
- Guidance line and trusstic
- Visible rear foot gel
- Ortholite lasting
- Fluid fit upper with gradiation mesh
- AHAR+ and AHAR sponge outsole
- Ortholite x-40 sock liner
- External clutch counter
- 3M reflectivity
We recommend going up half a size when ordering
In a Neutral shoe the midsole is made up of a high cushioned material with no extra medial (arch) support to lessen the impact that legs have to endure when running.
Neutral running shoes are for those who have, what is regarded to be, the 'ideal' running motion. Initial impact will always be towards the outside of the foot, whether you heel strike or land towards the forefoot. For a Neutral gait the foot then rotates inwards to help absorb shock, but stops when the foot is positioned straight from the heel up through the achilles to the lower leg. This better alignment puts no, or very little, stress on the lower leg muscles and joints resulting in less joint related injuries.
Neutral Shoes are also recommended for Under Pronators. Underpronation occurs when the foot doesn't role inwards enough from the initial impact. Underpronators should look for higher cushioned neutral shoes to help with the lack of natural shock absorption.
If you need help working out which type of shoe is right for you please visit our Gait Analysis page for more advice.
Our returns policy is simple. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase we will be happy to refund or exchange it for you.
Goods must be returned in an unused, re-sellable condition and in the original, undamaged packaging. Shoe boxs must be unmarked and placed inside a postage bag when returned, otherwise charges may be incurred.
Customers have 14 days after receiving their order to return the goods. Exceptions can be arranged at Christmas or if the order is a gift, please contact our customer services team for confirmation at [email protected].
The following size chart is a guide to Asics Men's shoe size with a comparison to European and US shoe sizes.
Please note that the onus is on the customer to choose the correct size and that all size charts are a suggested guide to measurements based on information supplied from the manafacturer.
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