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Asics vs. Saucony Showdown

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is a bottom-loaded carbon-plated, low-profile, lightweight shoe with top-end racing flat qualities (akin to Adidas’ Adios). The upper is almost see-through with exceptional breathability and features callbacks to Asics’ heritage Onitsuka Tiger Magic Runner, as evidenced by the hole port at the front tip for added water-shedding (great for hot races and water dumps). The is an everyday trainer with the highest stack height of the Ride uses the strippeddown model of Asics’ GuideSole technology, but it is nonetheless a floaty training shoe that is lighter and more flexible than the GlideRide.

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