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The Asics GEL-Landreth 6 is a running shoe built to be responsive during a run.

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excellent impact absorption, easy on the joints and back

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comfortable for walking around all day

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great breathability, keeps feet dry and cool

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help to correct under-pronation

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enough room to accommodate wider feet

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enough arch support for people with higher arches

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some may find it too wide and loose-fitting, depending on preference

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The Asics GEL-Landreth 6 is a running shoe built to be responsive during a run. It uses a Heel Clutching System, which employs an exoskeletal heel counter to give better support. The general shoe design uses the Impact Guidance System to enhance the foot's natural movements while running. Rear impact attenuation is handled by the GEL cushioning system at the rearfoot, and the same system is employed at the forefoot for a consistent transition to toe-off. The upper contains stretching material that helps to reduce bucking, avoiding potential irritation of the foot. A sockliner is also used to aid in keeping the shoe dry and cool. The midsole is made of Solyte, a combination of standard EVA and SpEVA, that remains light and offers fair cushioning. The Trusstic system creates open space in the sole that matches each gender's arch shape, allowing for a controlled bend of the shoe.

  • Men's sizes: 6-14,15,16 - Width 2E sizes: 6-14,15,16
  • Men's weight: 11.9 oz
  • Women's sizes: 5-13
  • Women's weight: 9.5 oz
  • Pronation: Under, Neutral, Over
  • IGS (Impact Guidance System)
  • Heel Clutching System
  • Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL cushioning
  • Biomorphic Fit Upper
  • ComfortDry Sockliner
  • Solyte midsole material
  • Gender specific Space Trusstic system
Color Options
  • Men's - White/Lightning/Flame - 0193
  • Women's - White/Maui Blue/Navy - 0161
Post Review
11/06/2010 01:56

I was told that the Landreth wears more evenly than the Asics Nimbus reducing the risk of injury if you dont replace them often enough. Anyone had any experience with this.

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