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Head over to Runner's World for their review of the ASICS GEL-Nimbus 20 neutral running shoe. -qwikwit

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Asics GEL-Nimbus 20 Running Shoe [jackrabbit.com] $74.98


Best For:
  • Surface: Road, Gyms, Flats
  • Category: Neutral Cushioned - Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively(roll inwards) or may even supinate(roll outwards). Neutral Cushioned shoes offer very little or no structure or pronation support and are generally more flexible than stability shoes. Runners who require a neutral shoe tend to notice more excessive wear on the lateral(outside) side of the soles of their running shoes. Neutral shoes can vary from lightweight and minimal cushioning to maximum levels of cushioning depending on the needs and preferences of the runner. Runners with high/stable arches tend to notice pain on the outside(lateral side) of their shins and knees and may also battle plantar fasciitis if not wearing a neutral cushioned shoe.
Benefits Include:
  • Our FlyteFoam technology provides exceptional bounce back and responsiveness no matter the distance, utilizing organic super fibers to help reduce packing out that traditionally happens with softer, low density foams
  • Rearfoot and forefoot Gel Technology Cushioning Systems attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle
  • Independently placed eyelets disperse lace tension, creating a customized fitting environment and enhanced upper comfort
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In terms of tiers, they're basically equivalent to the kayano - so like both are the top tiers of Asics shoes. The difference is mostly in terms of pronation. The kayano is for overpronators and these are for neutral and/or underpronators. So, you should really buy based on your running style. I find the fit/comfort of both to be pretty similar.
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How does these compare to the kayano?
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Hate the shoes that have the white on the bottom
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How does these compare to the kayano?
In terms of tiers, they're basically equivalent to the kayano - so like both are the top tiers of Asics shoes. The difference is mostly in terms of pronation. The kayano is for overpronators and these are for neutral and/or underpronators. So, you should really buy based on your running style. I find the fit/comfort of both to be pretty similar.
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How do these compare to nimbus 16,17,18? I skipped 19s cause of narrow toebox
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no wide sizes FYI
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What is a good shoe for people who are supinators, moderate arch
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In terms of tiers, they're basically equivalent to the kayano - so like both are the top tiers of Asics shoes. The difference is mostly in terms of pronation. The kayano is for overpronators and these are for neutral and/or underpronators. So, you should really buy based on your running style. I find the fit/comfort of both to be pretty similar.
This exactly. I bought a pair of Nimbus a few years back and hated them over my GTs. It wasn't until I went to RoadRunner and had my stride looked at that I was overpronating and the far better shoe for that pronation is the Kayano.

Look at the bottom of a commonly worn shoe to see how your wearing out your soles. That should help if you dont want to go to a shoe store.
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How does these compare to the kayano?
I personally prefer the kayano but they're both fine running shoes.

The gel nimbus has a bit more room in the toebox.
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How to find out if someone is over/under pronating? FYI, I am a flat foot guy.
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What is a good shoe for people who are supinators, moderate arch
Bump, Id love to know as well.
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How to find out if someone is over/under pronating? FYI, I am a flat foot guy.
Easiest way is to tell is to look at wear pattern on some of shoes. Pronation wears inside and supination wears outside. Neutral will have even wear. I am mostly neutral with slight pronation and flat arches. Nimbus is an amazing shoe for me. Been using for 10 year s and while each is a little different, they all keep my feet from hurting with long days standing on concrete. No other shoe has done that for me.
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How do these compare to nimbus 16,17,18? I skipped 19s cause of narrow toebox
I have the 20s and I think the toebox is a bit narrow. I think my Kayano 22s had a bigger toebox, but not sure about the latest ones.
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I have 7 nimbuses and I tried the 20s and they feel the stiffest, imo, they don't feel like a.njmbus when I tried them on, so on that day I was on the store, I still got the 19s instead of the 20s, hopefully the 21s will feel different, try them out first at a store it they suit you
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