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ASICS GEL-Noosa Shoes and Men's Trainers

Meant for triathlon speed, ASICS GEL-Noosa shoes and men's trainers combine a lightweight design with breathable construction to create a shoe that practically flies to the finish line. Available in different colours and designs, the line of trainers also adds fashionable flair to your running gear.

Running Trainers

When it comes to trainers and synthetic ASICS athletic shoes for men, the ASICS GEL-Noosa is a good option for speed and distance. You may notice a combination of letters after some of the shoes you see. The letters FF mean the sneakers work well for fast running, while TRI denotes shoes perfect for triathlons. Features like eyelets placed independently allow you to create a custom fit, while the outsole offers a wet grip feature that keeps you on track no matter what the terrain.

Stylish Trainers

The appearance of the GEL-Noosa is just as exciting as its construction. The hallmark of the shoe is bold, bright colours and eye-popping patterns that almost remind one of a Jackson Pollock painting. Nobody will miss you when you slip on these bright yellow, neon green or bold blue sneakers. Of course, there's always neutral black and white for a more subtle approach.

Toe Tech

One of the coolest parts of purchasing ASICS shoes is the technology the brand uses to craft its shoes. The GEL-Noosa offers FlyteFoam, which is 55 percent lighter than other athletic shoes. FlyteFoam doesn't change its shape no matter how far you travel, so each step is just as supported as the last. Technical mesh means that you can leave the socks at home and be completely comfortable and moisture-free.

Options to Consider

The line of ASICS GEL shoes doesn't end with the Noosa. Men's ASICS GEL-Nimbus Athletic Shoes are another option from this well-known brand. If you're not focused on triathlon training and just looking for an all-around running shoe, the GEL-Kayano is another ASICS model to consider.Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab