There are days when you've got every mile planned down to the last tacked-on loop around the block, and there are days when you throw the GPS watch aside and grind it out for the love of the run. Wherever, whenever, and however you go, the Asics Men's Gel Cumulus 20 Running Shoe can step in as your go-to trainer. With plenty of cushioning and stability, and a lightweight bounce that'll keep some energy in your stride, this shoe is great for everything from jogs around the neighborhood to long distance training runs. The Cumulus wouldn't be named after a cloud if it didn't have plenty of comfort. It starts with a multi-directional stretchy mesh upper that adapts to your foot shape, delivering a more customized fit. It's designed with Neutral runners in mind, but that doesn't mean there's not plenty of support in the midsole. FlyteFoam Lyte and FlyteFoam Propel technologies balance supportive cushioning with lots of bounce back. Combine that with the full ground contact at the midsole and you've got a plushy, stable ride that offers prolonged comfort for long miles. Finally, Asics' built in Guidance Line system works to enhance gait efficiency for a smoother, more efficient stride.
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Asics Gel-Cumulus 20 Running Shoe - Men's
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