Men's Caldera Trail-Running Shoes

Men's Caldera Trail-Running Shoes

$140.00

Style #110242
Welcome the brand new Caldera to the Brooks trail family. It offers a responsive ride thanks to energy-returning design, plus stability that keeps you comfortable on tricky terrain even when fatigue sets in. Little extras like gaiter-tabs make the Caldera an easy choice when you're setting out to log some trail miles.

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  • Color: 075

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Caldera

Features

  1. 1 BIOMOGO DNA MIDSOLE CUSHIONING dynamically adapts to every step and stride
  2. 2 PROTECTIVE MIDSOLE midsole geometry features built-in protection and stability over trails
  3. 3 INTEGRATED GAITER TAB easily secures gaiters to shoes
  4. 4 DOUBLE-MESH UPPER provides protection and stretches for a smooth, seamless feel
  5. 5 RUGGED OUTSOLE provides great traction on wet surfaces and tricky terrain
Caldera Features

Specifications

  • Shoe Category: Trail
  • Arch: Flat, Medium, High
  • Platform: Universal Platform
  • DNA Layout: Biomogo DNA Layout
  • Surface: Offroad/Trail
  • Launch Date: December 1, 2016
  • Weight: 9.9 oz
  • Midsole Drop: 4mm
  • Support Level: Neutral
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Awesome

    2017/03/09 | Austin |

    These shoes are great. I used to wear the Glyverin but the newer models weren't supporting me as much. Thought I'd try this as I liked the look. So far, fantastic.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Brooks hit it out of the park!

    2017/03/09 | San Jose, CA |

    I am an avid endurance runner of over 40 year having run many marathons and ultra-marathons of up to 100 miles and love this new shoe. I have worn the Cascadia in 100 mile races and loved the comfort with no blister or toe issues, but really wished for a lighter shoe. The Caldera seems to have all that I had hoped for from an update to the Cascadia. Lighter, more cushioning and still comfortable. It has plenty of room in the toe box and the grip is great for most trails. I can't wait to try them out in my next ultra-marathon.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Great Cushioned Trail Shoe

    2017/01/03 | SDJosh |

    these are still pretty new for me so long term durability is still up for debate, but for now, I LOVE THESE SHOES! If you like the Altra Lone Peaks but enjoy a 4mm drop these are the shoes for you. My achilles can't handle the zero drop so when i saw these I instantly jumped on them, and I'm happy I did. They drain great running through water, toe protection is perfect, wide toe box, awesome traction. I'm hoping to use these on my next 50k race and so far training on these has been a pleasure.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Brooks' best trail running shoe

    2016/12/11 | Albuquerque, NM |

    When I first saw the description of the Caldera online, I was thinking it was Brooks' version of a max-cushion shoe, meant to compete with the Altra Olympus or the Hoka Mafate or Speedgoat. Since I'm a big fan of max-cushion trail runners, I immediately pre-ordered it. When it arrived, I was skeptical. It has the usual high-quality materials and workmanship typical of Brooks shoes, but when I walked around the house in them, I could tell they were not even close to the soft cushioning of Altra or Hoka. I almost sent them back without even running in them. Now I'm glad I didn't. I took them out for my standard trail run, 10k with about 800 feet of elevation gain over some fairly rocky terrain. The cushioning doesn't really activate until you run in them, but they definitely have more cushion than the Cascadia, and they also have a noticeable bounce to them. The traction is excellent, and I've never run in a more stable shoe. When I finished, I had beat my previous PR by almost 3 minutes. My only minor concern is that the lugs are fairly shallow, so I'll have to see how well they hold up over more miles. But I'm definitely sold on the Caldera.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

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