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Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe

Men's ASICS GEL-Landreth 3

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Men's ASICS® GEL-LANDRETH™ 3 :: Don't miss this running shoe that's 20% lighter than its predecessor and sports a comfortable seamless forefoot. You narrow-footed runners will hear the call to hit the road in the men's ASICS® GEL-Landreth™ 3 for high-mileage training. 10.9 ounces

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Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  GEL-Landreth II
  • Shock Absorption: Heel|GEL|Forefoot|GEL
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: Slip Last
  • Midsole Material: Compression Molded EVA
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber
  • Upper Material: Mesh|Synthetic Leather
  • Country of Origin: China

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3.0

I thought that I'd try ...

By Bill W.

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I thought that I'd try the Landreths for economic reasons. I'll probably stick with the Nimbus or the Saucony Triumphs. The Landreths are good on the threadmill, but not for asphalt. running. No cushion.Maybe they're not broke in yet?

 
1.0

I tried this shoe three ...

By Carl

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I tried this shoe three times then put it away for good. No cushioning. Just a hard, dead shoe. Curiously, I've found Asics Solyte trainers (Landreth 3, Cumulus 9) just awful, but love the Gel Ohana. Maybe less is more.

 
5.0

Just passed 600 miles on ...

By Richard

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Just passed 600 miles on a pair, these shoes still feel great. They have really retained their cushion and have the best ride I've ever experienced. I am actually sorry to see they have updated this shoe, I hope the update performs as well.

 
5.0

Tryed seveal shoes, but ...

By 148

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Tryed seveal shoes, but love this one. Had all kinds of foot problems before, but after running in these none what so ever.I'm 5'11 170lbs run around 15 miles a week.

 
3.0

At first, the heel seemed ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

At first, the heel seemed too high and the forefoot cushioning hurt me right at the joint of my big toe. I wasn't happy to say the least. However, after I broke them in a little, these problem went away. The heel still seems to high and it makes the shoe a little twisty, worrying me about future ankle problems, however, most of my running is on grass, so those of you on roads won't have this problem.
Much more flexible than the landreth 2's but with that the sole seems to be wearing very fast- i only have about 200 miles on them and the blue at the tip is totally gone.

 
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I'm back. I just had to ...

By DelrayPete

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I'm back. I just had to say that I don't like these shoes. I loved the first 2 versions. I don't know if I got a bad pair or what, but the cushioning is so hard, it's a completely different shoe.

 
5.0

I have run a number of ...

By Psytriguy

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I have run a number of half marathons and half Ironman triathlons in this shoe as well as lots of training miles. This is the best shoe I have ever used including other Asics models and other brands. It is light (for a trainer) with good cushioning and flexibility. They say if the shoe fits - wear it, and this one fits me really well.

 
3.0

Unfortunately I am not in ...

By DelrayPete

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Unfortunately I am not in love with this shoe. I had the previous 2 models and LOVED them, but these are lacking in the cushioning department and are tough to get a good fit when lacing up. I have wide feet, so I was excited when I read that the forefoot on these was wide, but it's too wide. I can't imagine having normal feet in these! My back and hip are currently out of alignment (going into the chiro tomorrow), so hopefully with a healthy body I will feel better about these shoes.

 
5.0

Best shoe I have ever run ...

By Rich C.

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Best shoe I have ever run in. (6'1" 185 lbs) Comfortable just right fit, great cushion and extremely smooth ride heel to toe-off. Coincidence maybe but I've had a PR in every race I've run in these shoes. I was a big Brooks fan until I tried these, have over 500 miles on a pair and they still feel great. One big advantage that I've noticed is they they stay much more flexible in the cold than the Brooks Glycerins that I ran in last winter. The disadvantage (for winter running) is that they let a more air through which keeps my foot colder, had to switch to warmer socks. I will buy another pair.

 
1.0

I've worn 10+ pairs of ...

By jim

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I've worn 10+ pairs of the previous models of the Landreth, and it was one of the best shoes Asics has ever made. However, they have altered the sizing on this shoe, making it wider and longer. Sizing down doesn't seem to work for me. Sigh.

 
1.0

we heard you once delray ...

By miami mike

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

we heard you once delray thats enough.
but the shoe is lousy.

 
5.0

For me 5'10" 160, 2:50 ...

By Dave Lively

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

For me 5'10" 160, 2:50 marathoner. This is one of the top 3 or 4 shoes I've had in the last 8 years.
Fantastic from the start - wore properly. Great shoe.

 
2.0

Lightweight shoe, but ...

By John

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Lightweight shoe, but that is about it. My feet slip and my left fascists muscle was bothering me then it caused ankle and calf tightness. After a three mile run. I believe there is two much mesh to offer any type of foot support.

 
2.0

The Landreth 2 was a ...

By Baltimore Guy

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

The Landreth 2 was a reasonably cushioned shoe. Not my favorite, but I got some use out of it. The 3 was a big disappointment. It seems like the reduced the weight by removing cushioning. If your really looking for cushioning, pass on this shoe.

 
2.0

For those who are rating ...

By Crusher409

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

For those who are rating these shoes a 5, you've got to be kidding. As Kini noted, the heel is way too wide. My foot was floating all over the place. How does one expect to run well in such a sloppy fit. Also, there isn't any arch support, I noticed fascitis creeping in within a mile of running. I'm a sub 4:10 miler and sub 30:00 10K and this shoe definitely does not fit the bill. I'm returning them immediately.

 
3.0

I rotate these shoes with ...

By Justin S

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I rotate these shoes with the new balance 755's and I must say I like the NB's alot better. I like the lighter weight and the cushion at first but the cushion went away before 200miles and now they just feel hard to run in. I do like them but not a great deal.

 
5.0

Switched from Gel Trainer ...

By Dale

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Switched from Gel Trainer 12. This shoe is fantastic!!! Comfortably wide with great toe box!!!

 
5.0

I run all of my longer ...

By Ron Bero

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I run all of my longer (20+) trail runs in this shoe. I also have worn them in 50s and expect to wear it in my 100 this summer. Light, soft but not squishy, fits like a glove - a loose one. I have a 10.5 - 11 foot and I wear size 12s. I wear lots of shoes for training - but this is the one I depend on for the longruns and road marathons.

 
5.0

if you like soft and ...

By skyler

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

if you like soft and cushy shoes that are also very light this is the best shoe. Perfect!

 
5.0

If you have a high arch ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

If you have a high arch on your foot and are about 180 lbs ... this is the perfect shoe for you. My shin Splints problems are gone!

 
3.0

One step forward and two ...

By Kini

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

One step forward and two back for this version. The 2s rode very nice, well cushioned and durable but a little tight in the toe box and across the arch. These have a nice wide toe box, but now the heel is way too wide. My heel floats no matter how I lace it. Caused a blister in 3 miles. Also the shoe is too firm. Not as firm as the Nimbus 8 but more firm than version 2 and more than I like. Thank goodness for the Vomero II.

 
5.0

I have had very good luck ...

By Rich from Mich

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I have had very good luck with these shoes. I'm 6'1" 185 and these shoes have the best ride that I have experienced so far. I've tried both the Landreth 1 and 2 models and was not impressed with them for long runs, but these 3s have performed very well on long runs. They are light and stable with great cushion without being as motion-restrictive as the Brooks Glycerin 4's that I have used for the past few years. The Landreth 3 will definitely be my fall racing shoe.

 
5.0

Best shoe I have ever ...

By Chris

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Best shoe I have ever used

 
5.0

These are my first pair ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

These are my first pair of Asics and man were they a pain at first but now I love them. Great shoes

 
3.0

Somebody tell me: Do you ...

By 2:48:00

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Somebody tell me: Do you notice the forefoot "twist gel" in this shoe? Do you notice it to the point it hurts your metatarsals? I had that problem in the Landreth II's. I wanna buy this shoe, but I'm concerned about the forefoot gel pad. Someone enlighten me. Thanks!

 
5.0

To rob -yes i skip the ...

By robh

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

To rob -yes i skip the second from top on the right foot and lace the top one but i no longer notice it -great shoe again -running 30k race this w/e in L3's

 
4.0

I loved my Landreth 2?s ...

By Moby

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

I loved my Landreth 2?s which were the best shoes I've ever run in and have just got my first pair of 3?s. They are definitely roomier because the upper is less shaped and in hindsight I may have been better going down half a size from 11 to 10.5 but I was not able to try them on before ordering. Cushioning is equally good but there is no way they are 20% lighter. I weighed them and they were 10g less than the 2?s. I lace them through the very top/back eyelets (as I did with the 2?s) but not the second highest/front. The heel fit is not as good as the 2?s but I?m pleased to hear others say this will improve as they wear in. If so they would be 5 stars. I have a marathon in 3 weeks so will have them ready to go by then.

 
5.0

to rob -yes you are right ...

By robh

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

to rob -yes you are right about the heel but after 30 miles in mine the PHF foam grips as it should. Istill use cotton socks as 90% of runner's today use hybrids so sometimes with different linings in the heels of shoes made in separate factories can (ie) DS Trainer -hope this helps as i love my Land 3's up next 30k in Hamilton Canada.!!

 
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Forgot to include the ...

By Paul in Hawai

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

Forgot to include the rating in last post.
HAS to be a five !

 
5.0

the greatest shoes ive ...

By Nick

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Comments about Mens ASICS;GEL-Landreth 3 Running Shoe:

the greatest shoes ive ever run in!!

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1.    Carl rated this product 1 star
Fri, May 02,2008:
I tried this shoe three times then put it away for good. No cushioning. Just a hard, dead shoe. Curiously, I've found Asics Solyte trainers (Landreth 3, Cumulus 9) just awful, but love the Gel Ohana. Maybe less is more.
2.    Bill W. rated this product 3 stars
Wed, March 12,2008:
I thought that I'd try the Landreths for economic reasons. I'll probably stick with the Nimbus or the Saucony Triumphs. The Landreths are good on the threadmill, but not for asphalt. running. No cushion.Maybe they're not broke in yet?
3.    Richard rated this product 5 stars
Wed, March 05,2008:
Just passed 600 miles on a pair, these shoes still feel great. They have really retained their cushion and have the best ride I've ever experienced. I am actually sorry to see they have updated this shoe, I hope the update performs as well.
4.    148 rated this product 5 stars
Mon, February 18,2008:
Tryed seveal shoes, but love this one. Had all kinds of foot problems before, but after running in these none what so ever.I'm 5'11 170lbs run around 15 miles a week.
5.    Dave Lively rated this product 5 stars
Sat, January 19,2008:
For me 5'10" 160, 2:50 marathoner. This is one of the top 3 or 4 shoes I've had in the last 8 years. Fantastic from the start - wore properly. Great shoe.
6.    johnn rated this product 5 stars
Fri, January 11,2008:
wonderfull
7.    miami mike rated this product 1 star
Wed, December 19,2007:
we heard you once delray thats enough. but the shoe is lousy.
8.    DelrayPete rated this product 2 stars
Tue, December 18,2007:
I'm back. I just had to say that I don't like these shoes. I loved the first 2 versions. I don't know if I got a bad pair or what, but the cushioning is so hard, it's a completely different shoe.
9.    Rich C. rated this product 5 stars
Tue, December 04,2007:
Best shoe I have ever run in. (6'1" 185 lbs) Comfortable just right fit, great cushion and extremely smooth ride heel to toe-off. Coincidence maybe but I've had a PR in every race I've run in these shoes. I was a big Brooks fan until I tried these, have over 500 miles on a pair and they still feel great. One big advantage that I've noticed is they they stay much more flexible in the cold than the Brooks Glycerins that I ran in last winter. The disadvantage (for winter running) is that they let a more air through which keeps my foot colder, had to switch to warmer socks. I will buy another pair.
10.    Justin S rated this product 3 stars
Tue, October 30,2007:
I rotate these shoes with the new balance 755's and I must say I like the NB's alot better. I like the lighter weight and the cushion at first but the cushion went away before 200miles and now they just feel hard to run in. I do like them but not a great deal.
11.    DelrayPete rated this product 3 stars
Wed, October 24,2007:
Unfortunately I am not in love with this shoe. I had the previous 2 models and LOVED them, but these are lacking in the cushioning department and are tough to get a good fit when lacing up. I have wide feet, so I was excited when I read that the forefoot on these was wide, but it's too wide. I can't imagine having normal feet in these! My back and hip are currently out of alignment (going into the chiro tomorrow), so hopefully with a healthy body I will feel better about these shoes.
12.    Anonymous rated this product 3 stars
Mon, October 01,2007:
At first, the heel seemed too high and the forefoot cushioning hurt me right at the joint of my big toe. I wasn't happy to say the least. However, after I broke them in a little, these problem went away. The heel still seems to high and it makes the shoe a little twisty, worrying me about future ankle problems, however, most of my running is on grass, so those of you on roads won't have this problem. Much more flexible than the landreth 2's but with that the sole seems to be wearing very fast- i only have about 200 miles on them and the blue at the tip is totally gone.
13.    Psytriguy rated this product 5 stars
Sat, September 15,2007:
I have run a number of half marathons and half Ironman triathlons in this shoe as well as lots of training miles. This is the best shoe I have ever used including other Asics models and other brands. It is light (for a trainer) with good cushioning and flexibility. They say if the shoe fits - wear it, and this one fits me really well.
14.    jim rated this product 1 star
Sun, September 02,2007:
I've worn 10+ pairs of the previous models of the Landreth, and it was one of the best shoes Asics has ever made. However, they have altered the sizing on this shoe, making it wider and longer. Sizing down doesn't seem to work for me. Sigh.
15.    John rated this product 2 stars
Tue, August 21,2007:
Lightweight shoe, but that is about it. My feet slip and my left fascists muscle was bothering me then it caused ankle and calf tightness. After a three mile run. I believe there is two much mesh to offer any type of foot support.
16.    Dale rated this product 5 stars
Sat, August 18,2007:
Switched from Gel Trainer 12. This shoe is fantastic!!! Comfortably wide with great toe box!!!
17.    Crusher409 rated this product 2 stars
Fri, August 17,2007:
For those who are rating these shoes a 5, you've got to be kidding. As Kini noted, the heel is way too wide. My foot was floating all over the place. How does one expect to run well in such a sloppy fit. Also, there isn't any arch support, I noticed fascitis creeping in within a mile of running. I'm a sub 4:10 miler and sub 30:00 10K and this shoe definitely does not fit the bill. I'm returning them immediately.
18.    Chris rated this product 5 stars
Tue, August 07,2007:
Best shoe I have ever used
19.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Wed, July 11,2007:
These are my first pair of Asics and man were they a pain at first but now I love them. Great shoes
20.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Wed, July 11,2007:
If you have a high arch on your foot and are about 180 lbs ... this is the perfect shoe for you. My shin Splints problems are gone!
21.    Rich from Mich rated this product 5 stars
Mon, July 02,2007:
I have had very good luck with these shoes. I'm 6'1" 185 and these shoes have the best ride that I have experienced so far. I've tried both the Landreth 1 and 2 models and was not impressed with them for long runs, but these 3s have performed very well on long runs. They are light and stable with great cushion without being as motion-restrictive as the Brooks Glycerin 4's that I have used for the past few years. The Landreth 3 will definitely be my fall racing shoe.
22.    Baltimore Guy rated this product 2 stars
Fri, June 29,2007:
The Landreth 2 was a reasonably cushioned shoe. Not my favorite, but I got some use out of it. The 3 was a big disappointment. It seems like the reduced the weight by removing cushioning. If your really looking for cushioning, pass on this shoe.
23.    formerlyfastoldfart rated this product 4 stars
Mon, May 28,2007:
I'm 6'1", 170#, and almost exclusively a forefoot striker. This is an interesting shoe, compared to the Landreth 2. Lighter and a bit more flexible, BUT, where did the arch support go?! With the Landreth 2, even without as much forefoot cushioning as, say, the Wave Precision, I could still run on the hard stuff decently because the substantial and well-formed arch provided support and spread the impact shock. Not so with the L3, in which the arch is more of a lite touch contact thingee instead of a support unit. My arches are only medium high, not real high, and relatively flexible. I may try a SofSole arch support or something and see if it doesn't mess with the fit too much. I've got friends with rigid arches who loved the L2 and have walked away from the L3 because of the loose heel and low arch. Having tried on the just out Cumulus 9, the narrow fit and arch support in that shoe make it my next Asics purchase. At least they usually have one shoe with decent arch support.
24.    Ron Bero rated this product 5 stars
Tue, April 17,2007:
I run all of my longer (20+) trail runs in this shoe. I also have worn them in 50s and expect to wear it in my 100 this summer. Light, soft but not squishy, fits like a glove - a loose one. I have a 10.5 - 11 foot and I wear size 12s. I wear lots of shoes for training - but this is the one I depend on for the longruns and road marathons.
25.    skyler rated this product 5 stars
Thu, April 12,2007:
if you like soft and cushy shoes that are also very light this is the best shoe. Perfect!
26.    Kini rated this product 3 stars
Thu, April 12,2007:
One step forward and two back for this version. The 2s rode very nice, well cushioned and durable but a little tight in the toe box and across the arch. These have a nice wide toe box, but now the heel is way too wide. My heel floats no matter how I lace it. Caused a blister in 3 miles. Also the shoe is too firm. Not as firm as the Nimbus 8 but more firm than version 2 and more than I like. Thank goodness for the Vomero II.
27.    Max rated this product 5 stars
Tue, March 27,2007:
This is the best shoe I've ever run in. Everything is just right- it's soft enough to cushion very well without being "pillowy," and stable without being restrictive. I have extremely high arches that actually make my feet supinate, but these shoes get my feet to pronate normally. My plantar fasciitis is almost completely gone thanks to these shoes (and some heel lifts), and I'm happily running 75 miles a week in these bad boys.
28.    robh rated this product 5 stars
Fri, March 23,2007:
To rob -yes i skip the second from top on the right foot and lace the top one but i no longer notice it -great shoe again -running 30k race this w/e in L3's
29.    Moby rated this product 4 stars
Thu, March 22,2007:
I loved my Landreth 2s which were the best shoes I've ever run in and have just got my first pair of 3s. They are definitely roomier because the upper is less shaped and in hindsight I may have been better going down half a size from 11 to 10.5 but I was not able to try them on before ordering. Cushioning is equally good but there is no way they are 20% lighter. I weighed them and they were 10g less than the 2s. I lace them through the very top/back eyelets (as I did with the 2s) but not the second highest/front. The heel fit is not as good as the 2s but Im pleased to hear others say this will improve as they wear in. If so they would be 5 stars. I have a marathon in 3 weeks so will have them ready to go by then.
30.    Steve rated this product 5 stars
Thu, March 22,2007:
I've only run in them once so far but am delighted to say that I like these shoes even better than the Landreth II's. Cushioning is springier and the fit is molto bene thanks to the soft forefoot upper. I dropped 1/2 size from 11 to 10.5, which feels comparable in terms of forefoot width to the 11 of the Landreth II. Didn't notice any heel slippage.
31.    Nick rated this product 5 stars
Thu, March 22,2007:
the greatest shoes ive ever run in!!
32.    rob rated this product 5 stars
Thu, March 22,2007:
Good to hear from robh with regard to heel slippage. Do you have to use the back/top eyelets? The Landreth continues to break in well, either the PHF is starting to kick in or I'm getting use to the slightly looser heel cup of Asics shoe lasts. Flexibility is spot on, lots of it and in the right places, arch support is enough without being intrusive and the cushion feels forgiving without being too squishy or too firm, Solyte seems to be an improvement although with other models runners don't seem happy with it, hard to please everyone. Hanging out for Vomero II to throw into the training mix.
33.    robh rated this product 5 stars
Wed, March 21,2007:
to rob -yes you are right about the heel but after 30 miles in mine the PHF foam grips as it should. Istill use cotton socks as 90% of runner's today use hybrids so sometimes with different linings in the heels of shoes made in separate factories can (ie) DS Trainer -hope this helps as i love my Land 3's up next 30k in Hamilton Canada.!!
34.    Rob rated this product 4 stars
Mon, March 12,2007:
I'm interested to know whether other runners are having to lace these shoes "orthodox" but using the top eyelets( as shown in the picture) or are they adopting a 'heel lock' configuration to get a good fit through the rear of the shoe, or is it just me cursed with a foot that doesn't work well with the Asics' last.I keep going back to the Vomero because of the awesome heel fit.
35.    2:48:00 rated this product 3 stars
Mon, March 05,2007:
Somebody tell me: Do you notice the forefoot "twist gel" in this shoe? Do you notice it to the point it hurts your metatarsals? I had that problem in the Landreth II's. I wanna buy this shoe, but I'm concerned about the forefoot gel pad. Someone enlighten me. Thanks!
36.    LGrape rated this product 2 stars
Sun, March 04,2007:
if you had shin problems with the landareth 2 or any asics in the past, then this isnt a shoe to try in hopes of "redeeming" your thoughts about this brand because as soon as you put them on, they can give instant problems again- that was how it worked with me, and i had to stop running for a week.
37.    Paul in Hawaii rated this product 5 stars
Fri, March 02,2007:
I'm using the earlier version but will get a pair of these later for sure ! Shoes like these make the expensive Nike Airmax 360 seem like Orthopaedic Diver's Boot's ! :) Keep it up Asic's. Your way ahead of the other companies !
38.    Paul in Hawai rated this product 5 stars
Fri, March 02,2007:
Forgot to include the rating in last post. HAS to be a five !
39.    Rob rated this product 5 stars
Wed, February 14,2007:
Great ride, awesome forefoot fit, lightweight and just the right amount of cushioning. My only complaint is the heel fit, I have to lace them to the top hole(as in the picture)to avoid heel slip which chokes my anterior tib a wee bit. Have run in the Vomeros for the last 12 months ,the Landreths are slightly more stable in a good way,similar cushioning but with much a better fit apart from the rear foot.
40.    Jason rated this product 5 stars
Tue, February 13,2007:
Best shoe I have ever run in.
41.    bob rated this product 5 stars
Wed, February 07,2007:
Im tall, large, and well...large. I run on these bad boys and my broken body feels awesome after. buster im going to beat you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
42.    sagwagon rated this product 5 stars
Sat, February 03,2007:
A little roomier width and toe box, great cushioning w/just enough stability. I'm 150 lbs., slight pronation w/medium arches, I'll be using these for several upcoming road marathons and 1 ultra. I liked the original Landreths, but these seem better.