Low Price Cheap ASICS Men's GEL-Cumulus 13 Running Shoe
Runners with gaits ranging from under-pronators to moderate over-pronators will rejoice in this update to the GEL-Cumulus series, whose hallmark is upper comfort, platform cushioning, and stability. Comes with rearfoot and forefoot GEL Cushioning System, the gait optimizing Space Trusstic System, and Impact Guidance System (I.G.S).Product Description
The Asics Gel Cumulus is a cushioned/neutral shoe. Cushioned/neutral shoes are for thoses that have high or normal arches. These shoes are able to handle long runs and protect the joints but don't have the extra medial support that efficient runners don't need.Color: Lightning/Neon Yellow/Black Impact guidance system that enhances the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off. Asymmetrical lacing design that enhances upper fit and comfort while minimizing the potential for irritation. DuraSponge outsole for superior durability and cushioning with less weight. Solyte midsole material that is lighter than Asics standard EVA and SpEVA, combined with improved cushioning and durability. ComforDry sockliner that provides optimal cushioning performance in a cooler, drier, healthier environment. Gel Cushioning System in forefoot and rearfoot. Personalized heel fit. 3M Reflectivity Average weight: 12.0 oz. (Size 10.0)
Thing with shoes is once size does not fit all. I usually use Wide sized shoes. This model comes only with 2E and not E sized shoes. I find that even that fits snugly and actually causes discomfort if I wear it for long hours. The good thing in my case is I use it only for running my 4 milers so I never have to wear it for more than an hour a day so I am fine.Nafasi - White, ECCO BIOM Lite, Salomon Speedcross, Spira Classic Leather, ECCO Cool III, Nike Air Max, ECCO Tahoe Outdoor, ECCO Track V, Teva Raith Leather, Nike Mens Air Max , Brooks Adrenaline, Mens Intercept Gtx, Nike Shox Turbo, NIKE Air Max, Shimano SH-R087G, LaCrosse Hunting Boot, Teva Men's Links, Lowa Renegade GTX, Mens Nike Air , Columbia Sportswear, Ariat Dahlia Boot, Pearl iZUMi Tri Fly, Alegria Profesional, Brooks Adrenaline GTS, FiveTen Anasazi, ASICS GEL-Pulse, UGG Australia, Scarpa Luna GTX, Nike Mercurial Vapor, Dexter SST 8 LE, Patagonia Footwear P26, New Balance M1260, Lowa Zephyr Mid TF, Timberland PRO 89630, Salomon XR Crossmax., Alp Trainer Mid GTX, Reebok Zignano Fuse, ASICS GEL-Kahana 5, Brooks Defyance 5, Ahnu Montara Hiking, Ugg Australia Bailey, Vasque Summit GTX, adidas Tour360, Aetrex X826W, ECCOBIOM Lite, Vivobarefoot Off Road, ASICS Gel Noosa, Sesto Meucci Gleen, Timberland Pathrock
These shoes have a great cushioning so they are very good on the heels when running. That ways its good. Just make sure you have the right sized shoes on this one and you should be good.
I've been running in ASICS exclusively for over 20 years. The Cumulus are known for being very comfortable and heavily padded. So if that's your style, then this is the perfect shoe for you. It's no exaggeration to say that these may be the most comfortable running shoe around. For those who wanting something stiffer with more "feel" for the road then this probably isn't your thing.
My only issue is that I've always bought them in a store. I buy the same size every time and have never had an issue so I gave online a chance because of price. Unfortunately, the right shoe felt awkward. The left shoe was fine but the right one had a weird lump below the balls of my right foot. This is the first time I've EVER had an issue with ASICS. I'm not sure if it's just this one shoe or if ASICS quality control is going downhill.
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I would have returned them but I needed them for a run the next day. I also realized that they weren't factory laced. They were previously tried then returned by someone else then resold to me. I'll stick to trying them out in the person from now on. I know you can return items but I really don't enjoy the whole boxing up and return process. But again, if you enjoy sending stuff back and forth then online might be the thing for you.
Arthritis took away my ability to run. That is just part of what life deals you. So when I realized I was going to be confined to long walks, I went looking for a good "walking" shoe. I had been wearing Brooks for years and was planning on staying with on old friend. A helpful salesman suggested that possibly something with a softer insole might be more comfortable and less stressful. As soon as I put the Asics Gel on and walked around for a couple of minutes, I was fairly certain I had found what I was looking for. It has been six months and uncounted miles and all I can say is "amazing". They have become my everyday, anywhere shoe. So, even if you don't run, and if you can you should, I highly recommend these as possibly the most comfortable shoe available. I am so enamored with this shoe, I will buy at least one more pair from Amazon due to the price difference. ASICS GT-2160, Mephisto Rush Sneaker, Merrell Moab GTX, Asolo Drifter Gv, Kenetrek Hardscrabble, DC Men's Command, ASICS GEL-Nimbus, Report Saco Knee-High, Keen Tryon Waterproof, New Balance WW927, Merrell Refuge, FiveTen Camp Four, ECCO BIOM, NIKE AIR MAX, Mizuno Wave Alchemy, LACOSTE Protect HS, Brooks Adrenaline GTS, Salomon XR Crossma, Danner Jackal II GTX, Puma Irrigo Water Shoe, ASICS GEL-Excel33, Mizuno Wave Creation, Brooks Ghost 4, Nike Air Max, New Balance MK706, Vivobarefoot Neo Trail, MuckBoots Unisex, ASICS GEL-Nimbus 13, Nike ZOOM KOBE VII, Treksta Edict Trail, ASICS LADY GT-2170, New Balance W1260, Adidas Adipower Barricade, adidas Barricade Adilibria, Danner Explorer Outdoor, Danner Danner Light Boot, Salomon Synapse Mid Hiking, LACOSTE Lamarck 3, Mephisto Tackle GT, Merrell Moab WTPF Boots, New Balance MW928, ECCO Biom Lite 1.3, New Balance WX1012, MBT Mila Laceup Shoe
I am probably the world's slowest runner, but I usually run from an hour to an hour and a half almost every day. I actually wore my last running shoes down to the inner lining before I realized it and ordered these (liked the old pair (a different brand) and hated to let them go). Have ordered running shoes before on Amazon over the years, and while they've always been different brands of shoes, I've been satisfied with my purchases. These are my first for this brand. I'm not into running as a sport (just something I enjoy doing), and I don't know one brand from another. What with so many brands of running shoes, for me, the biggest factor in any purchase are the online reviews. So, thanks to all the product reviewers. You really do help us make smart purchases. The reviews for these shoes seemed pretty solid, so I put in the order and had them within a few days.
Anyway, I like really these shoes so far but like with any running shoe, time will tell. I've been running with these for about a month now, and they are breaking in well. The fit is good, and they are light-weight and comfortable. The orange trim and laces are really bright (for my taste), but you get used to it. The gel cushioning is nice and seems to help ease the pounding on the joints which is important at my age (57). Don't know if it's the warmer spring weather or the shoes being new, but I seem to be running with better form and running somewhat stronger since I've had these ones.
I can't give a technical evaluation of these shoes like some of the serious runners do, but I would recommend them. They were a bit more pricey than what I normally would buy, but I didn't buy them on sale like I normally do so that's why. I think they were worth the price.
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My last four pairs of shoes have been Brooks, averaging about 30 to 35 miles per week, been retiring them at 400 or 450 miles. Decided to try something new this time so bought the ASICS GEL-Cumulus 13. Just breaking them in, but so far I have noticed shin splints going away, the bottom of my feet don't hurt after a long run, and I just ran a half marathon and walked away from the race with a PR feeling GREAT. I'm not a big guy but I am older (50) and only been running seriously for the past three years, so I've suffered with the typical knee, hip, and back issues / injuries. The Cumulus may be an ounce or two heavier than what I was running in, but so far they are much more comfortable and I think the extra cushion is more than worth the extra few ounces. I also like the look of the shoes. I'll try to remember to update this post after I get a few hundred miles on them.Adidas - Snova, LOEFFLER RANDALL, Zamberlan Men's 172, Keen Men's Voyageur, MBT Katika Sandal, ECCO Track II, ECCO Rugged Terrain, New Balance Trail, ASICS Gel Volley, Columbia Sportswear, Garmont Amica Hike, asics Gel-Kayano 17, NIKE Air Diamond, Zamberlan 308 Trekker, Womens Under Armour, Ariat Show Baby, Ariat York Boot, UGG Classic Short, VIBRAM KOMODOSPORT, Salomon Wings Sky, Rocky FQ0000105, Sidi T2.6 Carbon, Etienne Aigner, MBT Kabisa Laceup, On Cloudracer Silver, Adipower Barricade, New Balance WX1211, Kayland Unisex Hyper, KeenOregon PCT, ASICS GEL-Resolution, Saucony Powergrid Hurricane, ASICSLethal Tigreor 4 IT, Salomon Quest 4D GTX, ASICS GEL-Kinetic, FiveTen Karver, Mizuno Wave Inspire 8 , Air Jordan 4, New Balance WR1123, Vasque Mantra 2.0 GTX, ECCO Biom Lite, Nike Free TR Fit, Nike Air Max, Saucony Power Grid , Mizuno Wave Creation 13, Adidas Outdoor Terrex, Mizuno Wave Prophecy, Le Chameau Ladies
Update: I now have 250+ miles on the shoes. They are holding up well. But to be honest I've switched to a lighter running shoe with a flatter heel for most of my training. I still like these shoes and they still feel like I'm walking/running on pillows. I don't think I would have been able to switch to my current shoes right away - I needed the ASICS for training - while I broke in the Saucony Kinvara 2's and my legs on the track 1 or 2 days a week. So I'm not changing my rating on the ASICS. What I will say is that if you have many typical knee, hip, back issues / injuries you probably have a choice based on my experience. Use the ASICS with more padding. Or try running in a flatter shoe where you land more on the ball of your feet like the Kinvara.