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23 Questions

I have used the Adrenaline as my training shoe for years. I also had the ST Racer as my racing shoe. Would you recommend the Asteria? Or something else? Would I order the same size? I love the Adrenaline, but need something light for race day.

2017/02/20 MI Adam

The Asteria would be an excellent choice for you! It offers light support to help correct overpronation, but is light and…

The Asteria would be an excellent choice for you! It offers light support to help correct overpronation, but is light and responsive. Read More

I have used the Adrenaline GTS series exclusively for marathon training and races during the past 4 years with no related foot issues. I would like to use a lighter weight shoe for racing, but would like to know if the Asteria would be recommended for a moderate over-pronator in a Marathon scenario.

2017/02/17 Hamilton Ontario Boston Bound

The Asteria would be an excellent choice for you! It offers moderate support, but does not compromise on the lightweight and…

The Asteria would be an excellent choice for you! It offers moderate support, but does not compromise on the lightweight and responsive features of other racing flats! Read More

Curious as to weight of shoes for size 10 compared with that of Brooks T7s? Thanks!

2017/02/16 Harbour Island, Tampa, FL Al

The Asteria weighs 8.3 oz, while the T7 racer weighed 6.7 oz!

I have ALWAYS raced in the ST racer - both for marathon racing and my triathlon races (just swapped out to speed laces). Is this platform similar to the ST racer with regard to the amount of support it provides?

2017/02/15 Grand Rapids, MI boston2017racer

This racing flat is similar, as it provides moderate support in the inside foam of the shoe. Additionally, the Asteria and ST…

This racing flat is similar, as it provides moderate support in the inside foam of the shoe. Additionally, the Asteria and ST racers were constructed with BioMoGo cushioning, so the level of cushioning is the same as well! Read More

I have been looking for a replacement for the Mizuno Elixir 8 since it was discontinued a few years ago. I have had a hard time finding a lightweight, mild stability shoe with a nice bounce in the heel to replace it with that can hold up to a marathon in. Would this be a good replacement?

2017/02/01 Iowa Jarrett

This shoe would be a great option, if you're looking for a racing flat. A comparable training shoe would be the Ravenna 8!