Asics Dynablast 2 vs. 1: Minimal updates for enhanced comfort

A new addition to the Blast collection from Asics, the Dynablast 2 does not veer too far away from its predecessor. It only features a couple of updates to take comfort up a notch: 

  • The shoe still employs Asics' most energy-returning Flyte Foam Blast, which is similar to that of the Novablast 2. It only has an updated shape, but it retains the same comfort level and spring. 
  • For a softer, more breathable, and locked-in feel, the shoe now has a circular knit upper. 

What is it for? 

If you're looking for a daily trainer that puts comfort first, the Asics Dynablast 2 is the right shoe. It's also multi-functional in the sense that it can handle your easy days just as it can handle your tempo sessions. 


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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

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