Zane Robertson—NZ ASICS athlete

Find Your Speed

Meet the METASPEED™ Series,—created to support your running style all the way to the finish line.

Designed with Kiwi runner Zane Robertson

METASPEED™ Sky Or METASPEED™ Edge?

Our team at the ASICS Institute of Sport Science have enlisted the help of world-class athletes (like NZ marathon record-holder Zane Robertson) to bring you our newest carbon plate running shoes, made to break records. 

What Type of Runner Are You?

Find out which racing shoe is your fast track to the finish line.

Meet the racing shoes made for your running style. The METASPEED™ Sky shoe helps stride runners optimize every step. The METASPEED™ Edge shoe helps cadence runners control their rhythm.

MetaSpeed Sky Running Shoe

METASPEED™ Sky

For runners who gain speed by increasing their stride length.

  • Enhances upward spring with a taller FF Blast Turbo midsole and FLYTEFOAM™ Blast Turbo cushioning
  • Helps extend your stride for fewer steps to the finish line
  • Advanced stability and propulsion from a full-length carbon plate
  • Extra traction thanks to the ASICSGRIP™ outsole
  • Soft, breathable mesh to help you keep your cool

METASPEED™ Edge

​For runners who gain speed by increasing both their cadence and stride length. ​

  • Increases forward propulsion with a moderate height FF Blast Turbo midsole ​
  • Race-ready responsiveness thanks to FLYTEFOAM™ Blast Turbo cushioning ​
  • Advanced stability and propulsion from a full-length carbon plate ​
  • Extra traction thanks to the ASICSGRIP™ outsole ​
  • Soft, breathable mesh to help you keep your cool
Metaspeed Edge
Zane Robertson—Marathon PB 2:08:19

Zane Robertson

NZ record-holder for half and full marathon

"I'm always looking for a way to go faster. So I helped create a shoe to make it happen. One that extends my stride to let me go faster, easier. A shoe to help me find my speed."

“I’ve seen times being reduced during training sessions, I’ve seen post-run recovery increase and post-run soreness decrease.. it means you can go harder for longer.”