Women's Asteria Running Shoes

Women's Asteria Running Shoes


Style #120221
Think racing shoes can't be supportive? Think again. The women's Asteria racing shoes offer the stability of training shoes at a crazy low weight. You get the best of both worlds: durable support plus the fast, super light feel of a racing flat. Now it's time to go chase some PRs.

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  • Color: 650
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  1. 1 BIOMOGO DNA MIDSOLE CUSHIONING dynamically adapts to every step and stride
  2. 2 REARFOOT GUIDE RAIL guides the body back into its natural motion pattern
  3. 3 MIDFOOT TRANSITION ZONE AND SEGMENTED CRASH PAD create fast heel-to-toe transitions
  4. 4 3D FIT PRINT applies strategic stretch and structure for an impeccable fit
Asteria Features


  • Weight: 6.8 oz
  • Midsole Drop: 8 mm
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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★★★★★ ★★★★★
3.8 (4 Reviews)
75% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Not a good replacement for the Racer ST5s

    2017/03/31 | Philadelphia, PA |

    I've worn the ST5s for a few years, and I alternated the ST5s with the Ravenna before Brooks ruined the Ravenna. Now, they have discontinued the ST5s, which I loved, and replaced it with a racer with stability (a good thing) but it has too much cushioning for my preference. Within a mile of running in a new pair, my toes and balls of my feet started to go numb. I am having a serious issue of finding shoes that don't cause my toes to go numb because shoe manufacturers are putting too much cushion in their shoes. I don't know why Brooks has to change things that work so well. Also, I would really like some color options besides pink -- not all women like pink! I also tried the men's option to get away from the pink -- it is wider, which I also like; however, my toes also started to go numb after running in them for ~ 1 mile. Later that night, the balls of my feet ached, and my calves are sore too from trying to counteract the cushioning and the lack of responsiveness in the shoes. Bottom line: if you like responsive, lightweight shoes with some stability, then these are probably not the shoes for you; however, if you like lightweight shoes with some cushion, these could work for you. Background: avid runner, 6 marathons, 1 trail 50K, typical easy work week run: 5-7 miles

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    hallelujah I found my shoe!!!

    2017/03/11 | Boulder |

    I am an avid runner, both on roads and trails. I used to swear by the Racer STs for at least five years and was SO disappointed when those were discontinued. When I found these, I was cautiously optimistic. After one run I was thanking my lucky stars!! These are a major upgrade from the Racer ST's and I love the styling. They are super light yet feel like they give me some motion control and support. I have a wide foot so the Hyperion's are too narrow for me, even though I love the looks of those too. The Asteria's fit me perfect and are comfy out of the box. I am ordering a second pair to save for Boston next month. Love these, please keep making them!!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Lightweight & comfortable

    2017/03/09 | Rockford, IL |

    Have always loved Brooks running shoes. Had great experience with Defyance several years ago but couldn't find another shoe that comfortable. Finally have with Asteria! Love how lightweight it is and very comfortable. I have a narrow foot and it fits perfect! Have done mostly indoor runs due to weather, but no problems when I've gotten outdoors. Highly recommend!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Not the shoe for me, but good for speed

    2016/10/26 | NC |

    The Asteria was a great light weight shoe. It was great for my pace. However, after a few runs I had developed shin splints. I got some custom insoles, but still had issues with my shins and knees. I switched back to my old Launch 3's and the issues subsided. These were the suggested shoes for me after my shoe finder results, but I just don't think they are for me. Returning and going back to my Launch 3's.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

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