Who are ASICS?

ASICS believe that the key to a sound mind and body lies in sport and movement. With the spirit of good sportsmanship lying at the heart of the brand, ASICS remains committed to creating products that facilitate movement and continue to nurture a sound mind, in a sound body.

On the road...

The ASICS range of road running shoes are endorsed by athletes, marathoners and casual runners alike. The range we stock here at Up & Running caters to all different types of runners.

Our ASICS road running collection offers you uncompromising comfort, supportive cushioning and stylish design that will make you eager to lace up and head out the door!

ASICS has been the recognised year after year for their highly durable and award-winning road running shoes, explore the full collection of men's and women's ASICS running shoes below.

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Rough & ready

ASICS have invested time and resources into their innovative range of ASICS trail shoes. Taking inspiration and technology from the success of the road range, the ASICS Gel-Sonoma and ASICS Gel-Trabuco. Both models feature the proprietary Gel technology which offers you layers of cushioning. Coupled with the traction and grip ASICS have honed over iterations of trail shoes, mean the latest range of ASICS trail gives you the confidence off-road.

Explore the full men's and women's ASICS trail running range below.

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Sound mind, sound body

Comfort, performance and quality are all a top priority when selecting running clothing.

Smashing your fitness goals, requires you to be comfortable in the kit your wearing and sure of it's performance potential! ASICS create their clothing range to meet the demands of any activity, allowing you to take whatever type of running or fitness you're doing to the next level.

Check out the full collection below to mix and match your favourites and find a full running outfit with ease.

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Going green

ASICS is committed to reducing its reliance on non-sustainable materials and processes. They have the goal of moving towards more sustainable alternatives for those materials by the year 2030.