Sure, Amazon Cyber Monday is still ticking over, but Target has some incredible discounts on the best Asics running gear still available. So if you fancy branching out to other retailers, head to Target for some unmissable Asics Cyber Monday deals while they last during Cyber Week.
For example, Asics The New Strong sports bra was $50 and is now $10 @ Target, which is a staggering 80% off. That's one of the lowest prices we've seen so far. You can also save $71 on the Asics Actibreeze training jacket for a limited time.
And that's not all, as Target is running more deals on Asics fitness gear as we move beyond Cyber Monday. Here are some of the top savings you can make.
Asics Cyber Monday deals at Target still worth running for
Asics Gel-Nimbus running shoe: was $160 now $119 at Target
Asics named the Gel-Nimbus 25 its "most comfortable running shoe yet." That's down to the latest PureGEL technology and FF Blast Plus Eco cushioning. The shoe is currently on sale in different colorways and sizes for women, so be sure to flick through for the correct deal.
Asics (men's) Actibreeze Jacquard training jacket: was $130 now $59 @ Target
Save $71 on the training jacket backed by science. Studies performed at ASICS Institute of Sport Science found that ACTIBREEZE™ technology's cooling properties coupled with the jacquard back panel help 'keep you feeling cool and comfortable during your workouts.' You've also got slit pockets for phone and headphone storage.
Asics (women's) The New Strong sports bra: was $50 now $10 @ Target
80% off isn't a bad way to end Cyber Monday sales. The redesigned range uses sustainable manufacturing methods and the lead designer based the look of the 1992 ASICS Apparel to create classic looks. You can shop in a range of sizes.
Asics (women's) The New Strong training pullover: was $50 now $24 @ Target
This pullover is made from effective moisture-wicking properties and a reflective ASICS Spiral that increases visibility. The repurposed range uses sustainable methods to make using recycled materials to improve its carbon footprint.
Asics (men's) Thermopolis winter tights: was $70 now $39 @ Target
Available in black and blue, these winter tights are perfect for outdoor training as the days become darker and colder. The mid-weight layer features an advanced knit fabric to retain heat, and a zippered pocket on the back waistband helps store small essentials.
ASICS Women's DYNABLAST 2 Running Shoes: was $100 now $59 @ Target
If you've been waiting for Cyber Monday to upgrade your running shoes, these are a good pair to shop. Sure, they probably won't arrive in time for your Turkey Trot, but they contain Asics' FF BLAST midsole foam for a bouncy underfoot experience.
As a brand, Asics has won a top-shelf place when it comes to quality design, breathability and comfort. I wear a lot of Asics running gear and find the secure fit and supreme cushioning in the Asics running shoes highly addictive. The sports bras are super supportive too, and while I can't speak on the men's apparel, ratings across both Amazon and Target report that clothes are true to size and offer plenty of comfort.
Thanks to the Target Cyber Monday sales, you can snap up high-quality discounts saving you over 60% on some apparel. Remember to keep an eye on our main deals page, as well as the best The North Face deals if you're currently hashing out a new winter wardrobe full of running gear. Is wet weather dampening your training plans? Here's how to stay dry with one of our writer's favorite wet weather gear recommendations.
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Sam Hopes is a level III fitness trainer, level II reiki practitioner, and senior fitness writer at Future PLC, the publisher of Tom's Guide. She is also about to undertake her Yoga For Athletes training course. Having trained to work with mind and body, Sam is a big advocate of using mindfulness techniques in sport and fitness, and their impact on performance. She’s also passionate about the fundamentals of training and building sustainable training methods. When she's not writing up her experiences with the latest fitness tech and workouts, you’ll find her writing about nutrition, sleep, recovery, and wellness.