Comments: Nimbus keeps getting better. Replaced my Nimbus 13s (w/ 600+ miles) for now 16s. felt great and no need for break-in. 1st 6 miles no issues and don't expect any for the next 200+ this year. Cushioning was great and no improvements suggestions from me. I have been running for over 15 years (20+ pairs of shoe experience). I am 6' 4" 190 lbs and flat-footed. Use that to help your show selection...
From: Jim, Worcester, MA, USA. July 13th 2014
Comments: Fitting a shoe for me is kind of a quandary. I'm a tall and large guy (6'2" and 200+ lbs) so one would think that I would have flat feet and overpronate. Not for me. Average arch, no sign of overpronation (the heels of my pairs of work shoes wear on the outside of the heal.) The only special consideration I need is a 4E width. And, I might add that the size is very true. I wear a 134E in all athletic shoes, and this fit is spot on. I've tried them all, Brooks Beast, Asics Kayano, Nike Vomero...NOTHING comes close to the size and cushioning of the Asics Nimbus-16. Don't assume because you're a large guy you automatically have flat feet and overpronate. It's likely, but have it checked out. If that's not the case, go width the Nimbus-16s.
From: Jim G, Tennessee, USA. May 31st 2014
Comments: Why can't Asics maintain consistent sizing? Last winter I bought some Nimbus 15's which fit perfect. In the spring, I bought another pair of Nimbus 15's in the same size and they were subtly shorter and mangled my toenails after a few weeks of wear. Now, I'm standing in the new Nimbus 16(in the same size)and it's way too small. Like most people, the length of my feet are not precisely the same. My right foot is slightly longer than my left. When shoe companies shrink the standard sizes of their shoes, forcing people up into sizes they've never worn in their life, it creates an imbalanced situation where one shoe just does fit and the other is too big. Way to go.I'll be returning these for sure.
From: Troy, VA, USA. May 16th 2014