ASICS Legendary Kayano celebrates 20 years in NYC! release, note by Larry Eder

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ASICS America has been the sponsor of the ING New York City Marathon now since the 1990s. This year, in celebration of the GEL-Kayano's 20th year, ASICS did a special make for the beloved shoe for their sponsorship of the ING New York City Marathon.

If you want to see how a shoe company should produce apparel for a major event, you should go to New York or Boston. But, ASICS America's special store in the NYCM Expo is all encompassing-it is the largest part of the expo, and it is constantly full of runners, their families, especially the European runners, as the Euro gives them a fantastic rate on the products. 

Great apparel that is earned in races such as Boston and New York is worn all over the world. ASICS has done a great job with their footwear and apparel and the special color makes of the GEL-Kayano 20 will be well received in the Big Apple. 

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ASICS' legendary Kayano celebrates 20 years in NYC! 


To give New Yorkers an extra spring to their step, ASICS has given the its bestselling long distance shoe, the  GEL-Kayano 20 the Big Apple Treatment as part of the ASICS NYC Marathon Collection.  Released in limited edition, this 20th Anniversary Gel-Kayano features a unique colorway as well as marathon branding throughout the shoe to commemorate the 2013 ING New York City Marathon. Details below:

 

 

The legendary GEL-Kayano® series celebrates its 20th anniversary in style with top-of-the-line updates to both upper and midsole. The party gets started with new FluidFit™ upper and FluidRide™ midsole, creating an unsurpassed fit and ride that keeps the GEL-Kayano® 20 ahead of its time.

 

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