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Asics Gel Cumulus 13

The lightweight Asics Gel Cumulus, perfect for neutral runners as well as mild overpronators and underpronators

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The latest release of the Asics Gel Cumulus hasn't changed a great deal from it's predecessors and that's mainly because it really was a great shoe already, very popular with neutral runners as well as mild to moderate underpronators. But this is a new release right? The Cumulus sees some nice Asics technology additions to the shoe, mainly in the midsole and the upper, following the same principles as the Asics Gel Nimbus but just that little bit lighter and more flexible.


The Gel Cumulus is known for it's nice wide and stable base that makes it a great all rounder, and it's this wide base that also makes it an excellent option for mild to moderate overpronators. The addition of the Asics Guidance Line running the length of the sole delivers a more efficient gait cycle as you be familiar with from other shoes in the Asics range reviewed here.

The Cumulus features a new eyelet configuration for the laces that promotes more independent movement and reduces potential irritation to the foot when you run, and ass with the majority of the Asics Gel range, the Cumulus has gender specific biomechanics. This is reflected in the forefoot and heel cushioning of the shoe, for example, the forefoot of the ladies Cumulus features a softer density gel cushion creating a softer landing and hence more protected road run. For a great all round cushioning shoe check out the Cumulus here.

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