Here are a few of the new Brooks shoes we’ve received this month:
The Adrenaline 12 is the most recent update to the Adrenaline series. It has a lighter feel than the Adrenaline 11. The midsole features Anatomical Brooks DNA cushioning with a blown rubber forefoot. The upper has a moisture-managing lining.
Perfectly bridging the gap between Neutral and Support, the Ravenna 3 hits the sweet spot for a large number of runners. With a new last and adjustable midfoot saddle, expect a close fit that provides just the right amount of support for mild pronation. Underfoot features include Flextra technology, which offers optimal stiffness during the propulsion phase, and enhanced Omega Flex Grooves for more flexibility. Feels light and springy!
The Ghost 4 was deemed “Editor’s Choice” in Runner’s World’s Fall 2011 Shoe Guide in the September issue. Runner’s World described the Ghost 4 as “a lightweight shoe with a snug fit,” noting that “the Ghost has a fast feel and a surprisingly springy midsole that supplies just a bit of stability.”
Now friendlier than ever, this super-balanced wonder is at the heart of the Brooks Neutral collection, making it the “go-to” shoe for a plethora of runners. Now with Brooks® DNA, the new and improved Ghost 4 adds customized cushioning to its already generous comfort arsenal, plus Omega flex grooves for extra flexibility. Runner’s World said, “Whether you go fast or slow, this versatile shoe can handle whatever workouts you dish out.” Take them for a spin and you’ll become a believer.
The Glycerin® 9 will make your feet even happier. With Brooks® DNA now running the full length of the midsole, this shoe continues to raise the bar and set the standard for out-of-this-world comfort. Brooks upped the stakes even further with the introduction of Omega flex grooves that enhance flexibility and improve gait efficiency – for the smoothest, most comfortable run possible. Talk about happy feet!