Closeouts. The perfect foundation for overpronators to start stacking up the miles, Asics's GEL-Foundation 10 running shoes are updated with a wider toe box, increased midsole cushioning and a reduced overall weight.
Reviewed by Red Wine Lover from NYC on Thursday, June 6, 2013
These are noticeably more stable than other shoes, and their Foundation is wider as a result...the look does not really bother me. I get 8.5 and I got an 8.5 4E, which fits perfectly, the 2E would have been a tad tight on my flat feet I think. I can make sharp turns and have no fear of injury. I have a sense of security in them.
Reviewed by Mary S from Illinois on Sunday, May 5, 2013
I bought these shoes to replace a 7 year old pair of Asics. I don't run, but I have bone-on-bone arthritis in my knees. Well, only one knee now since I had a TKR last year on the right one. These shoes help tremendously, providing proper foot alignment and superb cushioning. I have a job where I am on my feet all the time and these Asics are a joy to wear. They're not half-bad looking either.
Reviewed by NorCal Hiker from Nevada City, CA on Friday, April 19, 2013
I'm an over-pronator, and have achilles and calf issues with some shoes. Asics has been very good for my feet, and I've found the best fit is GT-2150's. However, these Foundation 10's are very similar, and at a huge discount. This is an outstanding deal. I'm about to get another pair at this great price.
Reviewed by Missoula from Missoula, MT on Monday, April 15, 2013
Bought these for my partner who was looking for some new running shoes. We had to exchange the regular width for wide, which is unusual because he wears normal width in all his other shoes. He says they are extremely supportive and offer good cushioning for running on pavement. He says they took a little getting used to, as they are heavier than other shoes, but after a couple of runs he was very happy with them. They have become his favorite runners by far.
Reviewed by Roger from Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan on Thursday, March 28, 2013
These shoes have just the right amount of support for overpronators like myself... and they're not too firm. I love them. I ordered two pair, and might order more. I wear a 9.5 shoe, but usually wear a 10 in running shoes. 10s were right on the money.