Comments: Super light without sacrificing all of the support. I have mild-moderate over pronation and these were an awesome race shoe (I normally train in the Nike LunarGlide 6, but am working on rotating in a Noosa Tri 9). First run had me within a minute of my 5k PR, even without having done any recent speed work. Fair warning, I probably wouldn't use below 10k, unless you're used to really minimal shoes.
From: Joel, Estero, FL, USA. October 28th 2014
Comments: Good shoe, but very large for its listed size. I usually run in 9.5s but I have to buy 8.5s for these. Take note when buying.
From: Adam, NH, USA. September 8th 2014
Comments: I was looking for a tempo shoe that is more stable and protective than a racing flat but still relatively light and flexible with a more level platform. The Super J fits my needs better than any shoe I've had in many years. Very pleased. Now I have a stack of other lightweight shoes that will be gathering dust in my closet because I'll be using the Super J exclusively for tempos from now on.
From: Jeff, Scottsdale, AZ. 2/18/14
Comments: I've run in DS trainers for years. I decided to switch to the J33 because I was looking for a lighter shoe. I'm very pleased with the J33. They are super light and responsive but still have the right amount of cushion and support. I did not have any problem from the first run in them. I think I'm not going back.
From: Marco Bianchi, Berkeley, CA
Comments: I'm a really big fan of asics new minimal shoe. I'm a mid foot striker that was looking for a great shoe to give me enough support for my overpronation yet a low enough profile to help my form. This shoe does it all. Just enough cushion for the longer road runs but enough responsiveness to get the leg turnover up on those hard workouts. I've run in the Kinvaras and the lyte 33s, both of which had too little support and left me with aches and pains. Can't say enough about the super-j. Great shoe, highly recommended!