Who are Asics?

Asics believe that the key to a sound mind and body lies in sport. With the spirit of good sportsmanship lying at the heart of the brand, Asics remains committed to creating footwear that will continue to nurture healthy, young people through sports.

One for the road...

Asics road shoes are all intended to maximise performance, increase comfort, prevent injury and increase stability, but they have taken the science a few steps further and incorporated technology specifically suited to female biomechanics.  

For a wider pelvis, a gender-specific trusstic1 underfoot will help to keep the feet in a more natural shape and allow better flow through the stride. 

Typically, women have lower bone density than men and so could be more prone to shin splints. Engineered cushioning combined with a 3mm drop 2 gives better protection for the calf muscles which helps to prevent shin splints. 

To achieve the same comfort from the midsole cushioning as a heavier man would, the midsole foam in the women’s shoes is softer. For the same reason the midsole deforms less and so 3D midsole technology3 is applied in both the forefoot and the heel, which allows for a soft forefoot feeling when toeing off and better shock absorption in the midsole. 

1Nimbus, Kayano and GT2000. 2Nimbus and Kayano. 3Nimbus and Cumulus  

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For off-road adventurers

Asics range of trail shoes including the Gel-Sonoma and the Gel-Trabuco, will give you a confident adventure. Layers of cushioning will provide premium shock absorption and the trail-specific outsole will take care of you on uneven ground. 

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Be kit confident

Comfort, performance and quality are top priority in our selection of women’s running clothing. Smash your fitness goals, take them to the next level and coordinate your full running outfit with ease. 

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Going green

Asics is committed to a sustainability strategy that includes reducing its reliance on non-sustainable materials and processes, with the goal of moving towards more sustainable alternatives for those materials by the year 2030.