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Men's Hoka One One

Bondi 3

MSRP:$149.95
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Men's ASICS

GEL-Lyte33 3

MSRP:$89.95
Now:$82.95 - $89.95
VIP:$74.66 - $80.96
 
NEW

Men's Newton Running

Kismet

MSRP:$128.95
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Women's ASICS

GEL-Kayano 20 Lite-Show

MSRP:$169.95
Now:$121.95
VIP:$109.76
 
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Men's Nike

Zoom Elite+ 6

MSRP:$109.95
Now:$89.95
VIP:$80.96
 
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Men's ASICS

GEL-Synthesis

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 
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Men's Inov-8

FastLift 335

MSRP:$149.95
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Men's Under Armour

Speedform Apollo

MSRP:$99.95
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Men's Nike

LunaRacer+ 3

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 
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Men's Saucony

Grid Fastwitch 6

MSRP:$89.95
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Men's Newton Running

BOCO AT

MSRP:$128.95
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Men's Brooks

Adrenaline ASR 10 GTX

MSRP:$139.99
Now:$132.95
VIP:$119.65
 
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Nike

Zoom Streak LT2

MSRP:$74.95
VIP:$67.46
 

Men's Pearl Izumi

EM Road N 1

MSRP:$114.99
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Men's Pearl Izumi

Em Road H 3

MSRP:$129.95
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Men's ASICS

GEL-Blast 6

MSRP:$139.95
VIP:$125.96
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REVIEWS:lime size 12.5 shoe

Bondi 3
 
5.0

Most comfortable show on the market

By Art

from Philadelphia, Pa.

About Me Avid Athlete

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Cushions Impact

Cons

  • Wears Out Quickly

Best Uses

  • Trail Running

Comments about Mens Hoka One One Bondi 3 Running Shoe:

I have back problems and need alot of cushion. These shoes are better than anything i've tried before. But I find i need a new pair every six weeks or so because they do lose their tread and cushion. Still, very worthwhile.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels true to size
  • Width:
  • Feels true to width
  • Arch Type:
  • Average Arch
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

GEL-Lyte33 3
 
5.0

Switched from Speedstar & Kinvara

By Spiritual Runner

from Scarsdale, NY

About Me Avid Athlete

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Fast
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Road Running

    Comments about Mens ASICS GEL-Lyte33 3 Running Shoe:

    I am training for my 7th marathon. The previous 6 marathons have been run in Speedstars and Kinvaras, but I was looking for an alternative because I am not a huge fan of the latest iteration of these shoes. I was especially disappointed with the Speedstar 6's, which felt tight and the shoelaces were a joke. I was hoping that the Speedstar 7's would be better, but I have a feeling Asics may not be continuing this line.

    I purchased Lyte 33 2 and Lyte 33 3 thinking I was going to return one of them. I am keeping both, but I like the fit of the Lyte 33 3 better than the 2. Lyte 33 2 is a nice shoe with great cushioning, but I find it a bit mushy and a bit clumsier than the Lyte 33 3.

    Gel Lyte 33 3 have a great road feel. It feels stable and controlled, without being too hard, albeit I prefer more minimalist shoes. The shoe fits great and they spent a few extra pennies to provide a proper shoelace that doesn't untie, and isn't too short, like the Speedstar 6's. The shoe feels similar to the Kinvara's but it feels less constrained and more comfortable for me.

    Needless to say these will be my marathon race shoes this November. If you like neutral, performance shoes like Kinvara or Speedstars, definitely try the Gel Lyte 33 3. I just placed an order for another pair because inevitably Asics will change something in the next version, as they always do.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width
    • Arch Type:
    • Average Arch
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Kismet
     
    5.0

    Amazing shoe

    By Luke

    from Minnesota

    Pros

    • Comfort
    • Pop

    Cons

    • Rough Heel Cup

    Best Uses

      My first pair of Newtons. I got these free for helping out with a race. My first run in them was 3 miles, and then I went out and did an 11 miler. Not bad for straight out of the box. They're a great introduction to Newton shoes (I've since tried last year's model of both the Gravity and the Distance and I find that I like these the best). I'm aware of the Pop2 lugs, but not in a bad way - it just feels slightly different than any other shoe. Compared to the Distance, this feels much more like a traditional shoe. But you can still feel some of the "pop."

      The lugs do seem to be wearing quicker than I would expect, but that may be due to the softer material being used in the Pop2.

      The ground transition on these is great - smooth like butter, and I find myself just floating along the ground. I can't explain why exactly, but according to my GPS, my cadence picks up a few steps per minute wearing these shoes compared to other brands, including lighter/racier shoes.

      The heel cup is grooved horizontally which I was worried about, and covered with a piece of duct tape, but I'm also very prone to heel blisters. No problems in the 50+ miles I've worn these shoes.

      My only other concern is that if you wear white socks be prepared for your socks to be dyed a neon green/yellow after sweaty runs. Again, a very minor complaint, but it did surprise me when I pulled my shoes off after a hot 10 miler.

      These have become my distance shoe (runs up to 18 miles so far), and I'm using the Gravity for many of my other runs. The Kismet feels better when the miles tick over to double digits.

      These are listed as a stability shoe, but really they're Neutral (apparently the Fate is the main stability shoe in this year's lineup).

      Great shoe, and I'll likely be buying another pair.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       

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