Great Pair Of Running Shoes For Men and or Women

I’m a solid guy in my 40’s who’s generally athletic – but I have high arches, a wide forefoot, and wear a small sized running shoe. I am not one of those effortless, injury-free runners. I land on the outside of my foot as I run and my feet and lower legs take a beating as I pick up speed and mileage. So my running career has often been a start and stop affair. I’ve purchased New Balance running shoes for the last few years, particularly since they routinely offer more width options. These were okay, but as I started back into running this spring I was looking for another option. (I had followed the recommendations at our local go-to running store, but I think they default to New Balance for wide feet.) After a good amount of research I bought the Nimbus 15 through my go to online store and it has been the best running shoe I’ve ever worn – by far. I’d never run in Asics before although I’ve tried many other brands in the past: Nike, NB, Saucony, Brooks, Adidas… The difference for me was immediate and striking. For underpronators (supinators) with high arches the cushioning in this shoe is ideal, yet responsive.I ordered my normal size in 4E, largest width. Surprisingly, the shoes felt a little loose, so I ordered another pair a half size smaller with the same width. I ended up keeping both pairs and use the smaller size only for running and the half size larger pair for more casual activities. If my information is not enough for you, you can read more info about these shoes by Clicking Here.I guess the price for the Nimbus could be considered steep, but if I can get in a few more runs each month without pain then it is easily worth it for me. My only complaint would be that Asics only offers one of the Nimbus color schemes in the wider options. I even ordered last year’s model, the Nimbus 14, as an alternative style, but those shoes don’t have the same outside forefoot cushioning for road running.