- Running Shoes
- Jacquard mesh upper
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Type: No Heel
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- Package Dimensions : 30 x 25 x 15 cm; 800 Grams
- Date First Available : 2 Dec. 2020
- Manufacturer : Asics
- ASIN : B08PG11G2D
- Item model number : 1011A681-004
- Department : Men's
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,709 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- #138 in Men's Road Running Shoes
- Customer reviews:
The NOVABLAST™ shoe is for runners with neutral support looking for a responsive running experience. This lightweight design includes our new FLYTEFOAM BLAST™ midsole foam to ensure an energetic rebound with every step. The NOVABLAST™ sole and midsole are designed to accentuate the energy feel of FLYTEFOAM Blast™ technology, creating a "trampoline" effect that pushes you forward. The NOVABLAST™ shoe is higher off the ground than most running shoes, to ensure greater comfort over long distances. The jacquard mesh upper is soft and lightweight and ensures exceptional air circulation, keeping your feet cool while running. In addition, reflective details ensure greater visibility in low-light conditions. Bounce your pace with the new NOVABLAST™ high-performance running shoe and experience a soft, lightweight ride.
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The fit was ok, the upper feels very cheap and not very cheerful with 0 cushioning anywhere and a terribly designed tongue.
80s shoelaces - non stretch, unlike my favourite pair from Saucony Triumph 17.
Now the worst problem comes in at the sole level, the cushioning is generous however the stability.. what stability.. I don't suffer from any weird pronation, I have a neutral foot however attempting to do a corner in these even when walking is a massive challenge.
The foot wobbles all over the place, needless to say I twisted my ankle a few times during my initial walk never mind a run, I reshaped, relaced and remoulded the fit many times -it always came back to that massive drop and a very very narrow sole base - an injury waiting to happen
I would avoid these all together.
They do, however, feel a little unstable in the corners with all that height and bounce until you get used to them. But after a 100 miles or so, that feeling goes or your ankle gets stronger ;)
They have been so good that after 400 miles, i've just ordered a second pair for when these wear out. That would perhaps be my only complaint; after around 400 miles, the top and bottom of the sole is wearing and I suspect 500 miles will be the limit. This is running mostly on tarmac. Runners generally expect about 500 miles but I wonder how much of that is actually engineered into the shoes to purposely fail around that time. Suspicious.
But great running shoes, totally recommended.