Closeouts. Asics' GEL-Impression 4 running shoes are made for the low-mileage runner who loves a good underfoot cushion. The Rearfoot GEL® Cushioning System cradles your foot while protecting it on the go.
Reviewed by Merry from Reno on Friday, February 01, 2013
Great for walking, I also use them at the gym. Comfortable fit and look good. Wish ther were more shoes that fit as well in my size which is now a womens 12. I did wear a size 11 for as long as I can remember, but it seems that shoe sizes are shrinking!
Reviewed by Steady Jogger from Reston, VA on Wednesday, January 16, 2013
I have been exercising for years and can still jog and run a few miles at a time. I can run in these shoes and not have any pain in my feet afterwards even if one heel was a bit sore before putting the shoes on. I've used many brands of running shoes over the years. The cushioning at the heel and around the foot is obvious in these shoes even during the first half hour of running when the shoes are brand new.
Reviewed by Dancing a Mile High from Denver, CO on Thursday, November 22, 2012
I have heard a lot of great things from people I know that use this brand of shoes. I have purchased some before, did not think it would take this long to break them in, sadly two weeks to long. I love the color.. Silver with Green I can even change the shoe laces to get a different look...but I have to ask myself.. FASHION before FUNCTION~
Reviewed by TVHiker from Indianapolis, IN on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
I thought this was a great deal on a new pair of running shoes...until I wore them! I have bought Asics before and never had trouble with the fit--until now. I'm not sure if these were seconds, or what, but they were uncomfortable from the beginning. They feel too narrow and rub all over. I thought they needed a breaking-in period. I have run in them a couple of times, and I now have blisters. Not just blisters on the back of my heel, but in weird places like along the side of my foot. I have never had that happen to me before with ANY brand of shoe (so I don't think it's just my feet). They will now be donated...I guess you get what you pay for.