I'm 8.5 and every pair of 8.5 asics fit perfectly (currently have three pairs on the go: Neutral with orthodics, Kayano's and, a light weight race pair. I would go for the 10.5 because you never want too much movement when running from experience. On thing though the kayano's are developed for people who over pronate (of have flat feet) like me so if you've never had your gait tested running in them may do more damage than good.
Very.co.uk has loads off half price asics but not this version
[quote=Saintledger]Should be very hot! Been running in Kayanos for years! Fantastic runner for those who over pronate Can you tell me if you think these are big/small/exact made as I have never bought a pair of Asics before. I have flat feet and usually buy a size 11 but can comfortably fit in a 10.5 in some makes.
So much cheaper than sports direct, start fitness and amazon, why are people voting this cold??
Should be very hot! Been running in Kayanos for years! Fantastic runner for those who over pronate [image missing]