Chances are, you’ve run across the Asics GT-2000 and Brooks Adrenaline GTS at some point in your running life. They are the Toyota Camry of running shoes – consistent, reliable, though not terribly exciting. They’re never packed with the newest bells and whistles, crazy colors, or experimental technology, and that’s perfectly okay! There’s a reason these two models have survived and thrived in a competitive specialty running landscape: they’re just really great shoes.
So when they get an annual update, it’s not necessarily a total ‘The Swan’ style makeover – more like a new outfit. These shoes haven’t changed too much in the last 15 years. And again, that’s perfectly okay!
So let’s get down to nuts and bolts:
11.1 oz (men); 9.2oz (women)
10.7 oz (men); 8.4oz (women)
But enough with the tech specs. What you really need to know about these shoes is this: they provide a moderate amount of support for overpronators and deliver it in a relatively lightweight, flexible, adaptive package.
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