Who should buy the ASICS Hypersprint 6

The ASICS Hypersprint 6 is recommended for:

  • entry-level track athletes 
  • short sprint events
  • 60 meters to 200 meters races

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Profile of the ASICS Hypersprint 6

Use – ASICS built the Hypersprint 6 to accommodate short sprint events, ranging from 60 meters to 200 meters. It suits entry-level track athletes, providing a lightweight and speedy performance. The shoe is touted to deliver stable support throughout the run. 

Spike Type – Featuring 5 ¼ inch pyramid spikes, the  Asics Hypersprint 6 is built to provide maximum surface traction and deliver a grippy ride. Such composition powers the stride of the runner, delivering enhanced speed. 

Spike Plate – A Pebax spike plate is utilized by the shoe, protecting the foot from impact while securing flexibility and powered grip. This composition is known for being highly durable, as well.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 profile

Updates to the ASICS Hypersprint 6 

  • Now comes with a lightweight Pebax spike plate to cut down weight and enhanced durability. 
  • Updates upper with Speed Mesh to protect the shoe from dirt and debris and gives a secure fit to the foot. 
  • Retains some of its predecessor’s features with a combination of support, flexibility, and a full rubber outsole for durability.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 updates

Offers an adjustable fit

The shoe is available in unisex sizing in men’s size, it is recommended for female users to purchase a pair of these track and field shoes by going 1.5 sizes down to accommodate proper fit and sizing.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 adjustable fit

Providing a secure fit to the foot is the shoe’s Speed Mesh which adapts to the natural contours of the foot thus acting like a second skin. For an adjustable fit, a lace-up closure is furnished to the shoe. 

Hypersprint 6 delivers superb ground traction

A solid rubber outsole acts as the protective layer of the shoe from the abrasive nature of the tracks. It runs full-length.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 solid rubber outsole

This rubber outsole, being a sturdy composition of the Hypersprint 6, provides longevity to the shoe. It is also known for delivering superb ground traction.  

Provides stability and flexibility

A Pebax spike plate is integrated into the outsole of the shoe to deliver multi-surface traction, providing stability to the runner.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 pedax spike plate

This composition is made out of thermoplastic elastomer with low density. Aside from being highly durable, this material is also known for supplementing flexibility

Grippy pyramid-spike configuration

Just like the Nike Zoom D, the shoe features a 5 pyramid-spike configuration, measuring in ¼ inch diameter.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 pyramid spikes

This outsole feature makes sure that the shoe has good grip, regardless of movement and surface. 

Lightweight and breathable coverage 

Found in the midsole of the shoe is an EVA heel pad. This component provides cushioning to the shoe, delivering comfort. On top of this, added support is supplemented to the shoe with such a feature.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 breathable coverage

Proving a lightweight and breathable coverage to the Hypersprint 6 is the Speed Mesh. It conforms to the natural contours of the foot and its movement.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 offers irritation-free sprint

To provide an irritation-free experience, seamless TPU overlays are embellished in the rearfoot. This also enhances the fit of the shoe. In the forefoot, synthetic overlays are equipped to the shoe to provide structural integrity.

ASICS Hypersprint 6 synthetic overlay

A combination lasting is featured by the shoe which is a mixture of board lasting in the shoe’s rear portion and a traditional Strobel lasting in the forefoot. This enhances its stability and flexibility.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 5.7oz
Update: ASICS Hypersprint 7
Closure: Lace-up
Event: Running
Features: Removable Spikes
Spike Type: Pyramid

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Zack Dunn
Zack Dunn

I race distances between 800 meters and 10K whether it be on the track, the roads, or on cross country courses. My typical training consists of easy days, long days, workouts (fartleks, tempos, interval training, etc.). My typical training paces range from 7’30 a mile on easy days to sub-5 minutes a mile on fast interval days, and with many paces in between. I run anywhere from 40-60 miles a week. My personal bests are 2:00 for 800m, 4:30 for 1600m, 9:50 for 3200m, 15:57 for 5K, and 34:10 for 10K.