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Asics Introduces Gel-Kayano 16 For Spring 2010

Irvine, CA (November 18, 2009) – ASICS has announced updates to the iconic GEL-Kayano® for spring 2010. The style’s reputation for

Asics Set To Open First Flagship Store In New York City

IRVINE, Calif. (October 22, 2009) – ASICS® America, a leading athletic footwear and apparel manufacturer, will open its first U.S.-based

Asics Develops Custom Shoe For Ryan Hall

Courtesy of Asics Irvine, Calif. (October 14, 2009) – In June 2009, esteemed ASICS athlete Ryan Hall traveled to the ASICS Research and

Shoe Talk: Nike Lunar Glide’s Sean McKeon sat down with 2000 Olympian Nick Rodgers, now a Nike employee, to learn about the new Nike Lunar Glide

2009 Fall Running Shoe Review

As summer winds down, you have probably run your share of 5Ks and 10Ks, and maybe you’re shooting for a marathon-or, at least, are

Alan Culpepper Talks Racing Flats

Former US Olympian, and owner of Solepepper Sports, Alan Culpepper dives in to the subject of racing flats. As a former top American on the

Do I Really Need a Trail Shoe?

Author Bryon Powell shows how it’s done. Road running shoes work just fine on smooth trails. But when the going gets rougher, your

Alan Culpepper Discusses Lightweight Training Shoes

Former Olympian Alan Culpepper, and owner of Solepepper Sports, takes some time to dissect the running shoe category known as lightweight

The Dirt Is Calling

Written by: Adam Chase When the trails start calling your name be sure to be ready for whatever terrain you may encounter. 2009 has

Girl Gear: Saucony Grid Type A2

Inside Triathlon assistant editor Susan Grant reviews the Saucony Grid Type A2 ($90) racing flats in this week’s edition of Girl Gear. I

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