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BROOKS® Sports, Inc. develops and markets a full line of performance running shoes and running clothes for runners and fitness enthusiasts worldwide. Known for their comfort and fit, BROOKS running shoes and running clothing are quickly becoming the performance gear of choice among runners who are serious about their running shoes and running clothes.
BROOKS® running is dedicated to delivering superior running shoes and running clothing. BROOKS® running has been responsible for some of the most significant advancements seen in running shoes today. Those innovations include the use of EVA for midsole cushioning, the development of the Diagonal Rollbar™ for stability, and the utilization of Podular Technology for outsole flexibility. BROOKS® innovation is evident in running clothes too with the use of Activent®, Power Lycra®, and way back in 1999, BROOKS® was the first company to use Dri-Release.
So when you're shopping for technically sound running shoes and running clothes, look no further than BROOKS running. Whether you need running shoes, or running accessories, BROOKS has got you covered so all you need to do is run.
Aug 28, 2014
from United States
I had a pair of the PureFlow 2 and I now have two pairs of the PureFlow 3. They are excellent shoes for running and getting around. The fit is snug but not restrictive. The sole and arch support are really nice and the flexibility creates a minimalist feel while still being supported. The colors are really great as well. I have the red and the black. In fact, I wear the black to work a lot and they fly under the radar really well.
Aug 28, 2014
I have all the adrenaline sneakers they are just so comfortable, I work in a hospital on my feet 8 hours a day and the adrenaline keep my feet so energized never a problem with the sneaker hope they don't change it!
Aug 28, 2014
I have just returned to the Brooks Addiction Walker after using New Balance 1012's for last couple of years (I stocked up on them when I knew they were changing the design). When Brooks changed this shoe a couple of years ago it was too narrow in the toe box for me so I went over to New Balance's 1012. However, New Balance changed their 1012 to the 1340 (two versions have since come out of the 1340 as they are saying they are getting back to the much loved support of the 1012, which they haven't succeeding in doing yet, in my opinion). The first version of the 1340 was too narrow in the toe box for me, and the second version which has just come out, while having the wider toe box didn't have the support I needed on the bottom of the shoe. The bottom of my feet were sore after an hour of wearing them so back they went. So, I have returned to this shoe, but went from my usual medium width to the wide width, and while not as good fitting as prior to them changing the shoe a couple of years ago, it seems like it will work for me. I have flat feet and sever over- pronation so finding a good shoe is difficult for me as I have also had several foot surgeries. Think I will try out Brook's Ariel as living in Texas my feet will probably get hot in these all leather shoes. Will keep these for cooler weather, and walking on the beach when on vacation where sand gets into a mesh upper shoe and can drive you crazy, and until I can find a good mesh upper shoe that works for me when weather is hot. Tried Omni Saucony and other styles of New Balance, but looks like I'll be coming back to Brooks. Since I'm overweight and have pronation problems I need a good shoe under my feet. Also helps a lot with my lower back pain, hip pain, and neck pain as I've had 6 back surgeries. One's entire spine needs to be aligned correctly to take pressure off of it and watching one's posture is a must! Is not a cheap shoe but is worth it to feel better and have less pain.