Running in cold weather? Save over $70 on the popular Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoe

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It's great news for runners because the Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoe is back on sale during January. If you're looking for a steal during cold winter running, I run my 10Ks wearing the Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 and cannot get enough of them. 

When Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday all hit, these popular running shoes went on sale, and we couldn't believe the price drops available across men's and women's options. I rarely opt for another shoe, they're just so darn comfy on my feet.

Right now you can get the Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoes for just $87 at Amazon, which is 45% off the Asics favorite.

Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoe: was $160 now $87 @Amazon 

Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoe: was $160 now $87 @Amazon 
Save over $70 on the Gel-Nimbus 24 for a limited time with this Amazon deal. The shoe is seriously comfortable, lightweight and plush underfoot, sending runners bouncing to the finish line. This deal is for the men's range, but you can also find similar deals for women's.

We highly rate the Asics Gel-Nimbus 24 running shoe, and Asics feature in our best running shoes guide, curated by our fitness editor who also happens to be a marathon runner. 

As a personal trainer, I'm pretty fussy when it comes to choosing the best workout shoe for my needs, but I can say from experience that these are a brilliant addition to your workout collection. The Gel-Nimbus 24 is lightweight with an engineered mesh upper and Asics Lite rubber sole. The fit comes up slightly tight, so I would go a half-size or full-size up if you plan to run long distances, but the shoe is as hardy as it is lightweight. 

Writer Sam running Asics 10K in the Asics Nimbus-Gel 24 running shoes

(Image credit: Sam Hopes)

Ultimately, I pick these running shoes for comfort and they see me through cold and frosty runs without losing grip or soaking my feet. The PureGEL technology cushioning sends you bouncing along the roads like you're running on clouds, and I have tackled multiple 10K runs in them without chafing or sore points. That said, I recommend going to a local store for a gait analysis if you have high arches or flat feet. 

I find I have slightly less ankle stability wearing this iteration of the Gel-Nimbus range than, say, the Asics Gel-Nimbus 25, but overall, I can't get enough of them for shock absorption, whether I'm tackling those easy miles or something with a bit more speed. Jump on this deal while you can, as I expect it to disappear just as quickly as it appeared.

Sam Hopes
Senior Staff Writer - Fitness

Sam Hopes is a level III qualified 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.