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When stability and softness come together in a pair of running shoes, it becomes a euphoria for the runners.

The ASICS Kayano Lite 2 is a lighter and more eco-friendly version of the ASICS premier stability running shoes.

For runners who have enjoyed the classic GEL-Kayano, this second iteration of the ASICS GEL-Kayano Lite provides more stability, more support, and more softness, which makes it a popular shoe for those who overpronate.


The second iteration of the ASICS GEL-Kayano Lite features the same lightweight properties as the original with an updated mesh upper.

True to its name, it is obviously “Lite” in weight as the updated mesh upper is created with a higher percentage of recycled materials than the previous model, with minimal overlays to provide a smooth and secure fit.


ASICS’ famous GEL technology cushioning provides excellent shock absorption, while a wider heel and forefoot base create extra stability, locking down your foot.

The Flytefoam makes up the midsole cushioning which is also the same as the first edition of the GEL Kayano Lite. The Kayano Lite 2 provides enhanced responsiveness, maximum cushioning, all combined in a lightweight structure.

This lightweight foam improves shock absorption during the landing phase of your stride, which is perfect for tempo runs and long-distance runs.


The outsole features ASICS AHAR (ASICS High Abrasion Rubber technology. This technology is waterproof and makes sure that you will be able to enjoy these trainers for many miles to come. It is just as durable as AHAR while being lighter.

The outsole does exactly what it has to do, provide grip and traction durability means more miles and a longer lifespan. Another great thing about its outsole is that you can put on the shoes for a modest trail run.

The full-contact outsole utilizes innovative gender-specific 3D SPACE CONSTRUCTION for a stable running platform, helping to support those who overpronate.

These innovative features work to deliver smooth transitions and increase both rebound and impact absorption.

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