Of all the Black Friday running shoe deals dropping early, Asics has one of our favorite selections. Already, the sneaker brand’s sale section is stacked with trainer-approved running shoes that are up to 50% off. Beyond these awesome markdowns, Asics’ unique styles have shot the brand to a full-blown fashion moment in recent years. And with these early Black Friday deals, you’re scoring great-looking sneakers for cheap.
Let’s get into the sales, shall we? Right now, we’re seeing deals on the Asics Gel-Nimbus 25, which our fitness editors say is the brand’s most comfortable running shoe. “This shoe is designed with a knit upper which offers just the right amount of stretch and hidden eyelets for a streamlined look, meaning a great balance between security and flexibility,” says MH Fitness and Commerce editor Talene Appleton, NASM, in her testing of the best Asics running shoes. “It works great for casual, everyday runs, and as a recovery running shoe.”
For a serious stability running shoe, you can’t go wrong with the GEL-Kayano 29. “One of the Cadillacs of Asics shoes and all shoes,” Mark J. Mendeszoon, DPM, FACFAS, a podiatrist from Precision Orthopaedic Specialties, previous told us in his testing. “This shoe provides high cushioning and stability along with optimal shock absorption and arch support.”
We’re also seeing a great markdown on the Novablast 3, which our team says is a great “do-everything” trainer. “The bounce is unmistakable from the moment you step into these kicks, yet they work just as well for easy recovery runs as they do for workouts that require a little more energy return,” Appleton said in her testing. So, if you’re in the market for a great pair of running shoes, Asics’ early Black Friday deals have you covered.
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Christian Gollayan oversees e-commerce content for Men’s Health and Women’s Health. Previously, he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian’s work has also been featured in Food & Wine, InStyle, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia.