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  • The GEL-CUMULUS 22 running shoe is a recommended choice for neutral runners who want a soft, flexible everyday trainer with a great fit. This update features a one-piece upper mesh that's combined with a seamless 3D print construction, which balances support and comfort around the foot - giving you an excellent fit right out of the box.

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I believe the Kayano is a "stability"/"motion control" shoe (you can tell by it having different color/stiffer foam on the inside heal area designed to slow the foot's inward roll for people that may roll inwards too much). The nimbus is a "neutral" shoe, which means it has the same density of foam all around and basically let's the foot do what it wants too. If you didn't already know what this means chances are you aren't running enough miles for it to really make a difference. The people that run enough miles to get injured if they have the wrong type of shoe know what shoe they need already because they generally have gotten injured before lol. You should be fine in either one.

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Good price.. If they were the nimbus..
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Good price.. If they were the nimbus..
Exactly... just ordered a pair of Nimbus 22s last night on amazon for $99. Some of the more questionable colors were available in the mid-$80.
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Exactly... just ordered a pair of Nimbus 22s last night on amazon for $99. Some of the more questionable colors were available in the mid-$80.
Is amazon the seller? Any link? TIA
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Exactly... just ordered a pair of Nimbus 22s last night on amazon for $99. Some of the more questionable colors were available in the mid-$80.
I'm not a shoe scholar, what makes the Nimbus better? Thanks for the help.
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I'm not a shoe scholar, what makes the Nimbus better? Thanks for the help.
Both neutral shoes but the Nimbus has more cushion (and weight). The cumulus is a bit more responsive, but firmer.
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Both neutral shoes but the Nimbus has more cushion (and weight). The cumulus is a bit more responsive, but firmer.
How do those compare to the Kayano 26, which is what I use currently
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How do those compare to the Kayano 26, which is what I use currently
I believe the Kayano is a "stability"/"motion control" shoe (you can tell by it having different color/stiffer foam on the inside heal area designed to slow the foot's inward roll for people that may roll inwards too much). The nimbus is a "neutral" shoe, which means it has the same density of foam all around and basically let's the foot do what it wants too. If you didn't already know what this means chances are you aren't running enough miles for it to really make a difference. The people that run enough miles to get injured if they have the wrong type of shoe know what shoe they need already because they generally have gotten injured before lol. You should be fine in either one.
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Good price.. If they were the nimbus..
Yes exactly. I needed new running shoes and was thinking of pulling the trigger on these . So this ad started me researching running shoes and the Nimbus 22 (but not the Nimbus 23) came out —hands down —on top. Even though the best price I could get was $99 it seemed like the extra $20 was worth it. Even the Hoka Clifton 7 at $103 did not seem to match up to the Nimbus 22.
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Yes exactly. I needed new running shoes and was thinking of pulling the trigger on these . So this ad started me researching running shoes and the Nimbus 22 (but not the Nimbus 23) came out —hands down —on top. Even though the best price I could get was $99 it seemed like the extra $20 was worth it. Even the Hoka Clifton 7 at $103 did not seem to match up to the Nimbus 22.
How does 22 and 23 differ?
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I believe the Kayano is a "stability"/"motion control" shoe (you can tell by it having different color/stiffer foam on the inside heal area designed to slow the foot's inward roll for people that may roll inwards too much). The nimbus is a "neutral" shoe, which means it has the same density of foam all around and basically let's the foot do what it wants too. If you didn't already know what this means chances are you aren't running enough miles for it to really make a difference. The people that run enough miles to get injured if they have the wrong type of shoe know what shoe they need already because they generally have gotten injured before lol. You should be fine in either one.
So, would you be able to tell me if any of those things matter if you're using inserts like these?

https://www.amazon.com/Plantar-Fa...B08G8M85YQ
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So, would you be able to tell me if any of those things matter if you're using inserts like these?

https://www.amazon.com/Plantar-Fa...B08G8M85YQ

Yes. Because the amount of foam, shock absorption, lateral stability, long term comfort (wearing a shoe 10 hours a day vs 5 etc.), how much stability it offers, all vary by shoe. By throwing in an insert doesn't take away from what the shoe is as a whole. It wasn't till much later in my life that I found out that the different model names of shoes is not just a different look for the shoe. It's actually what type of shoe it is and who it's for. Each model serves a purpose. People buy shoes for looks, I get it but I realize not that the name has everything to do with the features and is made for certain type of feet/jobs/pronation.
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when i use their reward , they charge shipping. wtf
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How does 22 and 23 differ?
Nimbus 22 was rated around 10/10 or 9/10 while the 23 was consistently rated around 8/10 —and the 23 was about $40 more. For the specifics just check out the review sites but be sure they are the ones that are real like Running Shoes Guru
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