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Asics Tartherzeal 6 Review

Japan does things differently.  While the American market continues to focus on cushioning, Japan continues to remain traditional with their history of interesting, firm, lightweight racing shoes.  The Tartherzeal has been a shoe I experienced once as I went through a frenzy trying the pre-Boost Adidas Takumi Series, Nike LunarSpider and Nike Zoom Speed series.  Like most of the others (and thanks to Japanese Tradition) the Tartherzeal has remained a high drop, lightweight fast ride.  I figured it was time to grab a pair and write a review and was pleasantly surprised that the tradition of this shoe has been maintained. 
Trying to get good photos with an all black shoe at night is difficult.  
There are more and brighter colorways I promise. 

Specifications (per Asics America) Weight: 5.6 oz Stack Height: 20mm / 10mm (Heel/Forefoot) Drop: 10mm Classification: Racing Flat
Fits a half to quarter size short.  Width is ok.
The upper is a classic mesh and is light and slightly airy.…

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