Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve great experience shopping online with Dicks Sporting Goods.
I will make future online purchases with Dick's Sporting Goods. Fast delivery.
February 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by JaxJaguar Hurt foot; returned product; foot still injured
My wife purchased these shoes for me as a Christmas gift. After about 2 days, the big toe on my right foot began to hurt; I was in excruciating pain. We took the shoes back and since they did not have the exact same pair in stock, in the same size, a replacement pair was sent to my house. I received the new shoes and......it is the same situation all over again. My foot is in excruciating pain each and every time I wear them. I promise you if the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay wore these, they would spill every secret they know in about :15 minutes. I urge customers to NOT buy this model!
January 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by cache_n_out Good so far
Have not had chance to wear much, but good so far.
January 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doug54 Comfy
Stand 12 hrs a day. These are perfect. Better than I expected
January 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by FORREST GUMP Awesome walking and kick around shoes
I bought this pair of Asics on sale - a bargain at $39.99. Great value and multiple use shoes as I wear them to walk and run for exercise but also with jeans. They are not for daily running - that's what the GT 2000 Asics are for - now that is a great pair of running shoes. The two pair of shoes together keep my feet in great shape for nearly all activities.
January 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by lightweight Asics?
Looks better in photo. Replacing earlier version. Bought online since no inventory locally at sale price. Usually don't buy shoes online. Fit is great, but look is non-Asic if it weren't t for the logo. The black background to the mesh, the fluffy white shoelaces, and the stripes are childlike vs sport. It looks more like a geriatric walking shoe than an Asics men's sport shoe. Replaced laces with nylon from old and helps. Luckily, won't be using for running but working out in and around house.
January 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by gator great shoes for walking or running
I have been buying Asics shoes for about 3 or 4 years now. I buy new ones every 6 months because I use them daily for my workouts at the gym and when I intend to do a lot of walking. The gel filling makes them very comfortable especially for me since I have back issues and also arthritis in my knees. Also, they look good and come in lots of colors and designs.
December 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Darren Not for Running
Let's face it, as much as we don't like to accept it if you want a good pair of running shoes you're going to have to spend around $100. These are NOT running shoes. Yes they're cheap, but as a runner for many many years I will say that I would never ever run a mile in these shoes; never have and never will. This shoe is a casual walk around shoe and that's exactly what I bought them for. There's no cushion at all and even walking for a little while will hurt your feet. Not to mention they fall apart easily. You should definitely not buy these for running if you have joint problems because you will destroy your knees. I bite the bullet and buy the Asics Cumulous. Those are by far the best running shoes I've ever worn. You can usually get them for around $110
December 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BMAX good basic shoe
This is the second pair of this show I have owned. I first got them as they were a low cost shoe at Dicks and all I was buying them for was to walk and use as an option when I wasn't wearing dress shoes or flip flops.
I started going for daily walks with my dog and ended up wearing them out on the soles so purchased another one. The rest of the shoe held up great.
I comment on how well this would work for a serious runner but for someone who is looking for a low cost basic athletic shoe this one works well.
September 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by macobs12 Replaced my Gel Nimbus and Haven't looked Back
I had been running in the Gel Nimbus for many years, but as a 150 mile a month street runner, I ended up spending at least $600 per year on shoes. Due to the miles I rack up, I would never even have considered a less expensive shoe, but with a wife, kids, and a mortgage, life kind of demanded that I at least make an attempt to find a cheaper shoe.
Needless to say that after wearing the same shoe for many years, I was a bit gun shy and skeptical that these would hold up and provide ample cushioning. Happy to report that I am 200 miles into my first pair and have never looked back. I have none of the joint or foot pain that you might expect from a poorly constructed shoe.
I would note that I am a mid-sole striker, so there is not much pressure applied to the heal, this should be taken into account when considering my review.
Looking forward to many happy years running in my new and significantly less expensive Asics.
September 17, 2013