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Caldera

$140

140.00 USD

Women's Trail Running Shoes

Neutral

Energize

4.8 Stars 28 Reviews

Energy to keep going, mile after mile, best for runners who want to test their endurance on technical trails.

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Color: 065

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Specs

Support

Neutral

Midsole Drop

4mm

Weight

9oz / 255.1g

Arch

Medium, High

Country of Origin

Imported

Our Runners Have Spoken

4.8 StarsStars
Feels true to size
Feels full size too small Feels full size too big
Feels true to width
Feels too narrow Feels too wide
Very comfortable
Very uncomfortable Very comfortable

Love them!! Feels great when I'm on the trail!

I started trail running and love that Brooks lets you take their gear for

I started trail running and love that Brooks lets you take their gear for a test run!! I mainly road run but I'm loving the trails in these shoes! My only complaint would be that the insole is loose and I'm not sure if it's supposed to be or it's just a fluke, But it doesn't effect my runs and I will buy them again! Thanks!! Read More
Georgia
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Perfect for trail running! In love!

I have a running shoe problem--road shoes, trail shoes (summer trail

I have a running shoe problem--road shoes, trail shoes (summer trail shoes, summer wet day shoes, winter running shoes), so I have tried a lot of brands & shoes! My go-to road shoe is the Brooks Ghost, but I had been a little disappointed in the Cascadias for trails. I decided to try these about 5 months ago & although it took my ankles a little time to adjust to the height of the cushioned sole (several "almost ankle rolls"), I absolutely love them. I don't think about them while I'm running, which is how running shoes should feel. They're cushioned enough for my 37 year old joints, but rugged enough to tackle the trails, they've held up well & they look great. I highly recommend! Read More
Fayetteville, WV
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Everyone should buy these shoes.

I bought these because I have plantar fasciitis and my doc recommended a

I bought these because I have plantar fasciitis and my doc recommended a zero drop midsole to help stretch the ligament. While these are not a zero drop they are only 4mm and I definitely noticed a difference from my regular running shoes which are between 10 and sometimes 12mm. These are very cushioned. They feel tiny bit wide but my foot doesn't slide around. I've also worn them to work where I stand on my feet all day and they are quite plush. And lastly they are very water resistant. Played in the yard with my dog after it rained in these and my feet stayed dry. Read More
Pittsburgh
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels too wide

THE best trail shoe

I originally got the Mazama, which I DO love...but I felt like on a longer

I originally got the Mazama, which I DO love...but I felt like on a longer run I needed a little more cushioning. I tried the Cascadia, but they felt a little too heavy. Ironically, I tweeted out some time ago that Brooks should make a trail version of my favorite road shoe, the Launch. I feel like they did just that! These are amazing, just enough cushion, not heavy, great flex, and great grip. Read More
Salt Lake City, UT
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

trail runners?

I hiked the Appalachian Trail last year in Cascadias and was so excited

I hiked the Appalachian Trail last year in Cascadias and was so excited when Brooks came out with an even lighter shoe. I normally trail run in Hokas and these had a similar feel so I hoped that they would combine the Cascadia's durability with Hoka's comfort. Instead, I am 700 miles into the Continental Divide Trail and almost through my second pair. 500-800 miles per shoe is generally the thru-hiker standard and these have fallen significantly short of the mark. I overpronate slightly and my first pair developed a hole in the heel so large that I had to hike in sandals until my new ones arrived. The second pair will have one soon, though the rest of the shoe is still in relatively good shape. The fabric on the side began to tear just several days in as well and I developed blowouts on both sides. These shoes would be great for softer dirt trails but anything more technical will destroy them. I really wanted them to work but they are so fragile - especially the heel - that I have to question their marketing as trail shoes and look elsewhere for the remainder of my hike. Read More
Leodore, Idaho
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

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