Asics GT2140 Running trainers - £64.99 @Sports Direct!
Asics GT2140 Running trainers - £64.99 @Sports Direct!

Asics GT2140 Running trainers - £64.99 @Sports Direct!

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These trainers are £85 in most other running shops, so at this price its good value (for the serious runner). The 10% off voucher takes these to below £60! Includes free delivery also.

I also checked instore and they are available there also as you might want to try them on first!

The previous model - GT 2130, was the best selling shoe in europe and can also be bought for £50.


The Asics Gel 2140 running shoe has been design for moderate over-pronators who run long distances, particularly 10k and marathon as well as roads and treadmills.

As one of the worlds most popular running shoes for 15 years the men's Asics GT 2140 now features improved stability and upgraded cushioning that feels softer and more comfortable. It is an improvement on the hugely popular 2130 and looks set to become one of the fastest selling shoes of 2009.

The new Asics GT 2140 lightweight running shoe, has an air mesh upper for breathability and 3M reflective strips

> DuoMax
> Visible rearfoot and forefoot gel
> AHAR + heel
> DuraSponge rubber forefoot
> Shaped padded ankle for support
> Moulded sole
> Textile and synthetic upper. Textile inner. Synthetic sole



only good if you know the kind of running trainers your feet needs. If you don't then go to a specialist store to get checked out.

I'm a mild over-pronater...no good for me!!

Good deal though....:-)


I just tried buying a kayano 14 with the 10% voucher on the site but it isn't working???

I recommend air rifts

got them. very light and cushiony. Dont do much running but its like walking on air. they balance my feet too.

too bad asics dont make football shoes.

edit: they do. but only seen them online, with high delivery costs.


I'm a mild over-pronater...no good for me!!Good deal though....:-)

Actually these are do have the right level of structure for a mild over-pronator... If you go to the Asics website and pop in your details it will tell you what model is right for you based on weight, pronation, surface you run on and distance per week.

I agree with previous poster though - if unsure, and want to wear them for running (as opposed to fashion) go to a decent running shop and get running style analysed and have shoes recommended by them.

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