It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
I have been running in Nike Lumar Glide +3s but used to run in Asics. I though it was time to go back to a running shoe with a little more support... not that there's anything wrong with the Nike's, I just thought it was worth a change.
I bought the Cumulus 13s and have ran in them twice to give them a fair go. Each time I've ended up with going through various stages of pins and needles, numbness and then full on pain... left me hobbling at the end of the run .
I've never had a problem putting on a pair of new running shoes - it appears my feet are 'easy' . But these really don't agree with me. So back I've gone to the Nikes and will be sticking with them.
I'm just shocked that a "neutral" shoe could be such a disaster - particularly when I've run on versions 10/11/12...
I bought a pair a couple of weeks ago, first run in them crippled me as they hurt my feet and left my thighs feeling like I'd done a half when I'd only done 4 miles. I wore them on a couple of shorter workouts after that and ran parkrun on Saturday and 5 miles today with no problems.
My last Cumulus took some wearing in too, but were fine after a few weeks.
No problems at all here! I've run in Cumulus since the 7s were the 'new' version. Just got a pair of 13s a month or so ago. And I have to say, they feel pretty much the same to me. Switched over from my old shoes gradually and have now done a couple of 15 mile runs in them without any drama.
Am I just a big clodhopper with insensitive feet then?
I love my Cumulus 13s
After a while out I started running again and the Nimbus gave me a world of trouble. Have gone back to my Gel Stratus which have some mileage in them and considering getting a set of Gel Hyper 33's.
I like Asics for the fit, but can't run in anything 'heavy'.