Asics Gel Nimbus 24 vs. GT 2000 10 (2022)

Asics Gel Nimbus 24 vs. GT 2000 10

Both shoes are very popular in the collection of the Japanese brand. However, despite a similar design (difficult to differentiate them from afar), they offer different configurations depending on the runner’s gait profile.

First of all, officially the Asics Gel Nimbus 24 is a neutral shoe while the Asics GT 2000 10 is a stability shoe. However, with the 24th version of the Nimbus, the distinction is less obvious. Indeed, it comes with a Trusstic unit to stabilize the foot’s movement while running. This technology is very similar to LiteTruss which equips the GT 2000.

In practice, the GT 2000 offers more foot support, without matching the Kayano. The Nimbus offers a stable ride but the “guidance” of the foot is not too restrictive.

The Nimbus mainly stands out with its cushioning. If the Nimbus 23 was a bit pushy, the N24 provides a lively ride with a slight bounce thanks to its new foam, FlyteFoam Blast+. Although a little lighter (9.9 oz/280 g, 0.4 oz/12 g less), the GT 2000 doesn’t yet have this type of foam. The ride is nice but testers agree that the energy return is limited. Spoiler: that should change with version 11!

Finally, athletes with wide feet will appreciate the fact that both models have enough toe box room to be suitable for them.

Nimbus or GT 2000: which one should you choose?

As you can see, the main difference between these two shoes is their level of support to avoid overpronation.

Runners looking for a moderate level of support will opt for the GT 2000 while those who don’t need much support but appreciate a stable ride will choose the Nimbus.

Side-by-side comparison

Bottom Line
Asics Gel Nimbus 24 score
Asics Gel Nimbus 24
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The Asics Gel Nimbus 24 is a staple of the Japanese brand that offers a comfortable and stable ride for daily runs.
+ Great comfort
+ Stable ride for runners who want more support
+ Spacious and comfortable fit
+ Slight bounce thanks to FF Blast foam
+ Still a robust shoe
+ Lighter weight than in the past (finally less than 10.6 oz/300 g!)
The 13 mm drop on the women’s version is a lot
Transitions are a bit clunky
The extra support elements, unusual for a neutral shoe, may not please everyone
The Asics GT 2000 10 is a stability shoe with medium support. This new version is softer and more flexible.
+ Great comfort
+ Soft cushioning with a slight bounce
+ Discreet foot support for pronation
+ Flexible lockdown
+ Sturdy shoe
Slightly thin stack for runners who prefer good cushioning, especially under the forefoot
Still a bit heavy, especially looking at the stack height

Asics Gel Nimbus 24

Asics GT 2000 10

Technical Specs

Pronation typeNeutralOverpronation
Drop10 mm, 13 mm8 mm
Heel stack height26 mm, 28 mm22 mm
Forefoot stack height15 mm, 16 mm14 mm
Weight (men)292 g/10.3 oz 280 g/9.9 oz
Weight (women)255 g/9 oz 238 g/8.4 oz
Release year20222021


MidsoleFF BLAST+, GEL, OrthoLite X-55, Trusstic System FlyteFoam Propel, LiteTruss, Rearfoot GEL
UpperReflective elements, gusseted tongue, engineered meshEngineered knit


Softness (1-5)3 – Moderate4 – Soft
Bounce (1-5)3 – Moderate3 – Moderate


SpeedSlow, moderateSlow, moderate
DistanceMid, long, 10k, half marathon, marathon Short, mid, long, 5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon
WorkoutDaily runsDaily runs
Kevin Le Gall

Kevin Le Gall

Kevin is the founder and editor of Runner's Lab. He started running in 2015 and completed his first marathon in Rotterdam in 2016. He's also worked for Under Armour from 2016 to 2018 and helped launch their running collection in Europe (in particular the HOVR shoes). In addition, Kevin is a 300-hour certified yoga teacher (Sivananda) and uses this experience to run more mindfully with a focus on well-being over performance.