Asics Gel-Kayano 23 Lite-Show Running Shoe - Men's

Asics Gel-Kayano 23 Lite-Show Running Shoe - Men's
$159.95
Gel-Kayano 23 Lite-Show Running Shoe - Men's by Asics
Price subject to change | SKU: ASC00KF

Asics Gel-Kayano 23 Lite-Show Running Shoe - Men's

You've had a spring race on your mind for a while now, and the clock's ticking towards the start of your training cycle. Start this marathon season off with fresh cushioning and high-mileage support with the Asics Men's Gel-Kayano 23 Lite-Show Running Shoe on your feet. Each fall, Asics puts high-vis graphics atop its running shoes to help pavement-pounders stand out as they start their spring training plans in the dark days of winter. Whether you're a Kayano veteran or are making the switch from another shoe, you'll be logging your miles with plush cushioning and stability in this V8 luxury sedan of a trainer. Unlike the heavy overlays and abundance of stitching of older Asics shoes, the FluidFeel uppers that grace the Kayano are light and adaptable, forgiving to lumps and bumps while working best for V-shaped feet. Strategically placed mesh accents add breathable forefoot support and work towards achieving a sock-like fit. Underneath your foot, Asics trusts its classic gel cushioning pods paired with FlyteFoam to blend cushy impact absorption with responsive feedback when you need it. Loyal Asics users will know the cushy feeling of the gel pods well, especially as it's what gives Asics shoes a reputation for being high-mileage troopers that soldier on long after their lighter-weight compatriots have fallen.

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