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- ASICS fluidride midsole provides the ultimate combination of bounce back and cushioning properties with reduced weight and exceptional durability.
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Height: 9 millimetres
- Heel Type: Block Heel
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The Gel-Kayano 24 men's shoe has been enhanced with a series of new features including a newly developed upper material construction with a jacquard mesh for an improved fit and more support in the heel area through a metaclutch heel cap. Thanks to the unique midsole, which is cushioned by flytefoam, with which the shoe retains its shape even in the case of strong impacts. Enjoy the 2-ply springy superspeva midsole as well as the innovative fluid fit mesh upper, which not only adapts to your foot shape, but also provides fantastic ventilation for your feet.
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"they are lighter than the older 23's" - holding one of each in each hand I could well believe this. Haven't weighed them and any weight difference is negligible mind you.
"they are less cushioned" - well they definitely feel different, and yes maybe less cushioned. It could just be the characteristics of the material though and that the overall cushioning is the same but the way it delivers it (perhaps less up front but more linear) accounts for the feel.
"they are smaller/tighter than the 23's" - I disagree with this. Compared to my 23's in the same size I'd say they are the same or even slightly more roomy.
I found these (well the 23's) to be excellent for my knee injuries and over-pronation. I do go through them like sweets though. I once had a pair just for walking and doing my Fitbit steps and wore them through in a couple of months!!! That was all on tarmac and gravel paths (gravel probably the worse) where as when running and especially doing things like park runs you are often on grass or in mud and experience less wear.
I only run casually but I guess serious distance runners will say the life span is par for the course for decent running shoes.
I am only qualified to recommend these to casual runners with knee/over-pronation problems so if you do marathons and have no knee issues....well you are probably reading professional reviews in running magazines/sites and don't care what Amazon reviews say.
I have run over 1000 miles in several pairs of 23s without any issues.
From the outset I found the 24s harder (less cushioned) and generally less forgiving. My knees have become constantly painful when running since using these - not entirely due to the shoes I’m sure but they were fine before.
They are light weight and comfortable as you’d expect but not as good as 23s.
Overall I’m disappointed and would go back to the 23s in a heartbeat.
1. Never listen to people in running shops
2. Don't buy these runners
Now 9.5 is small. Fingers are up to end of the shoe and I have to use U.K. No. 10
The shoe with U.K. No. 10 is a little narrow but a little big in length.
So something is not going well with ASICS sizes I think.
ASICS must correct its sizes like before 2 years.