ASICS GEL-Cumulus 15 running shoes are great go-to shoes with superior cushioning and durability. The well-known ASICS design can be easily spotted on the upper and Cumulus fans will enjoy the enhanced support and stability in this series installment. Perfect for moderate under to overpronators with high to normal arches.
Upper: Mesh provides superior breathability. Synthetic overlays deliver enhanced support and stability. Padded heel collar and tongue gives greater instep comfort. A lace up front delivers a customizable fit. Flat laces reduce pressure points. Reflective elements enhance visibility in low light conditions.
Midsole: An Impact Guidance System enhances the foot’s natural gait from heel strike to toe off. Solyte midsole material delivers lightweight cushioning and durability. Personal Heel Fit provides two layers of memory foam liner that molds to feet, creating a custom fit. Removable insole.
Outsole: AHAR ASICS High Abrasion Rubber placed in critical areas provides exceptional durability. A Guidance Line vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
Recipient of the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance, which recognizes products that have been found beneficial to foot health, and of significant value when used in a consistently applied program of daily foot care and regular professional treatment.Runner's World Editor's Choice.
"This little brother to the ultra-plush GEL-Nimbus measures up in nearly every way. It sits almost as high off the ground, boasting plenty of foam underfoot to protect you from the road. 'The cushioning is good, but not overboard,' says Melissa Congleton, of East Lansing, Michigan, who admits to being an extreme heel-striker. The forefoot features a two-piece GEL unit, bigger than the on one previous models. Even so, the shoe remains fairly flexible. This is due in part to a new outsole configuration; better segmentation of the rubber patches allows for deeper flex grooves. The shoe's upper received subtle tweaks, like lighter, welded-on overlays that now extend back through the mid-foot. 'My feet feel secure, but not restrained,' says Betsy Daly, of Emmaus, Pennsylvania."