The shoe is available in a wide variety of colors and provides high cushioning without sacrificing stability. The GTS 19 is lightweight considering its plush cushioning and stable design. The sole is made of tough rubber, and there's plenty of arch support for those who need it.
New GuideRails system is not as supportive as tech in previous versions of the shoe, according to consumers.
Available in a variety of attractive designs. The PureFlow 7 features an extremely flexible sole. The toe box is comfortably wide, and the shoe is lightweight. Despite a minimalist design, the shoes provide a good deal of arch support and a great fit.
The lightweight construction is not as durable as other Brooks brand shoes.
Available in several colorways, the Ravenna 10 provides just enough support for those who need it. The shoe provides good arch support and has a breathable construction to ensure maximum airflow. The mesh is tough and should hold up over time.
Sizing is a bit narrow and may require going up at least a half size.
A range of colors from purple to teal are available for this shoe. Cloud-like cushioning is great for long runs, and there's plenty of arch support in the mid-foot area. The comfortable cushioning doesn't weigh down the shoe, so the ride is light enough to feel natural.
Sizing is a little tight. Limited colorways.
A clean design, plenty of cushioning, and an interior construction that promotes blister-free running. Shoe works well for training runs or casual wear. It also feels flexible and ready to go right out of the box. Fit is supportive, and BioMoGO DNA outsole provides responsive cushioning.
Runners complain that the fit is a bit narrower than in previous models and the shoe is slightly heavier than the previous iteration.
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