Updates to Asics Gel Pulse 10

  • The tenth iteration of the Asics Gel Pulse finds the series continuing its vision of providing for the needs of medium-mileage runners on the road. This time around, the Gel Pulse 10 promises an improved comfort while combining with practical features for a superb running experience.
  • An updated mesh upper welcomes the runner at the forefront of the Gel Pulse 10. The detail is supported by reinforced overlays for a combination of long-lasting comfort and support.
  • The shoe offers a soft, cushioned ride that is brought by the SpEVA foam and the Gel cushioning system, both of which have been consistently present in the Asics Gel Pulse series.

Size and fit

The Asics Gel Pulse 10 claims to be true-to-size and follows the sizing scheme of the standard running shoe. However, various wearers have reported that the shoe ran small or was narrow in width. Thus, it would be best for buyers to try on the shoe to determine an accurate fit prior to purchasing. The Asics Gel Pulse 10 comes in Medium width for both the men’s and women’s versions.


The Asics High Abrasion Rubber (AHAR) makes up the outsole of the Gel Pulse 10. The material guarantees durability because it is made from the same material as vehicle tires, which also means the shoe gets a protective underfoot coverage. The AHAR is reinforced in the high-wear areas of the shoe to help with gripping the running surface.

The shoe also includes a set of flex grooves in the lateral and medial sides of the outsole. These elements enable easier bending and promote an efficient gait cycle.


A unit of SpEVA foam gives the Asics Gel Pulse 10 the comfort and protective qualities that appeal to the runner. This feature, which stands for special ethylene-vinyl acetate, delivers an increased energy return and bounce-back quality. The SpEVA employs the combined properties of traditional foam and rubber for sufficient shock absorption and rebound.

The Gel cushioning system is found in the midsole’s forefoot and rearfoot areas and works by reducing the shock during footstrike and toe-off. This detail is found in many of Asics’ popular running shoes, including the Gel Kayano 25, which is a stability shoe.

The Trusstic System is a feature that is prominent in many Asics running shoes. In the Gel Pulse 10, the Trusstic System supports the foot’s movements by stabilizing the midsole and preventing unnecessary twisting while running. This feature also offers torsional rigidity for the midsole.


An engineered mesh upper creates for the Gel Pulse 10 a soft, breathable, and comfortable coverage. The material also provides a secure fit that targets a worry-free run. It has a stretchable quality that endorses a customized fit for the runner.

The synthetic overlays, which are a signature component of many Asics running shoes, give the shoe a supportive framework, as well as enable structural integrity for the Gel Pulse 10.

The shoe is reinforced by a SpEVA 45 lasting; this technique is designed to deliver a long-lasting comfort via a soft platform.


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