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10/10 This shoe is a favorite in my rotation (along w/Asics Novablast 2) and a repeat purchase. Its design meets my needs: I have high arches and a greek/classic foot (middle toes are longest, like the Statue of Liberty). This type of foot creates angled flexion in the metatarsals --- i.e., supination: mid-to-outside heel strike, push off on outside toes. These shoes are designed to keep the whole stride sequence in the center of each foot, and it actually eliminates my supination. There's no lost sideways momentum; all momentum proceeds forward and I run faster. It also prevents uneven stress on my knees and hip joints.
I don't even need my orthotic (right foot) with these shoes. I've heard this from others about the Asics Guidesole as well. I thought I would need the orthotic once the shoe acquired higher mileage, but it hasn't happened yet @250 miles. We have continuous miles of asphalt residential "slow streets" that prohibit vehicular traffic to allow for socially distant recreation. To further prevent either pronation/supination/injury, I run right down the flat middle of these asphalt roads. It's softer than concrete sidewalks, and not angled like the sides of the road or sidewalks. I mention this because many people blame their shoes when they should be more conscious of topography with pronation and supination. It also helps to have a gait/stride analysis and know your foot structure, leg length differences, etc.
I retire my running shoes at ~300 miles. I weight 104 lbs. Depending on my speed, I estimate 260 lbs to 312 lbs of impact per foot strike. That said, these shoes have made it to 250 miles with minimal deterioration in cushioning, stability, or outsole wear. Despite the heel height, I've run fartleks in these with no problems at the faster intervals. The shoe is great for faster paces, yet has far more joint protection/cushioning than road racing shoes, which generally give me sciatica. The rocker soles have a steep-ish angle toe-off, so I was cautious on my first downhills (we have lots of hills) to control acceleration, but once accustomed, the added speed is really fun. I'm just flying down hills now.
Lastly, the shoe requires no break-in. It's true to size. I'm a 7B, foot length 9", width 3.5" at widest standing in running socks. The shoe is properly snug w/sufficient toe box. No abrasive hotspots. It won't work for very wide feet as the mesh upper and foot would leak over the sides of the outsole. It's a rocker shoe, so wide feet would be laterally unstable w/no outsole underneath.
These fit as expected for ASICS. Initially I was concerned they might be a little too narrow, and possibly irritate the outside of my feet, however, the material is thick but soft, and after wearing them for a day, they conformed to my feet perfectly with no irritation. The rocker bottom helps tremendously with my hallux limitus and metatarsalgia. After wearing them at work for a week, the soreness and ache has gradually improved. I ended up buying two more pair, as I think this design has been discontinued. I have a problem with my big toes poking holes through fabric, and I find the fabric on these thick enough that I don't think this will happen. I read the newer designs have stretchier, more breathable fabric, which to me, sounds like it'd be easier to damage. Even though the fabric on this model is thicker, my feet don't sweat. Note for future buyers- Width of my feet at their widest point (from base of big toe knuckle to little toe knuckle) is 3.5 inches.
This is my second pair of GlideRides. The are super comfortable for running and general wear. I can do a lng run with no leg fatige, or just wear them all day. The profile did take a little getting used to- I almost toppled over the first time I put on a pair, but now I won't wear anything else for running.
Friggin buy them. Had them 3 weeks now. Worn about everyday. Workouts to hanging out. I’ve always had some sort of insert for plantar fasciitis. Not in these babies—So squishy. So comfortable— it’s honestly pretty incredible. I wore them the first two days consistently to see if the base would “deflate” like some soles with all the extra support do. It did not. Not the next day or day after that either. We went jogging and the helped with moving a friend. She commented on how sharp and stylish they looked—-had her try them on….. she’s buying a pair too. I will say- the sole is so supportive because it’s obviously quality material & stacked but this does add some height (very little but it’s there) So if you’re looking for super low profile runners these may not do—- if you’re wanting style and support to go the distance and then some—- this is your jam!!!! I will buy another when this pair wears out!!!
The foam is super soft and feels bouncy. The bottom is kind of round, so these are better for running and impact, not slow walks. I used my orthotics inside, so I can’t speak to the inserts. All ASICS are .5 size small, so size .5 up from what you normally get, and they should fit.