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Neuro 2

$120 $78

78.00 USD

Men's Sale Running Shoes

Neutral

Speed

3.9 Stars 18 Reviews

Make the most of every effort, every mile, every run in a performance-enhancing shoe built to go fast.

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Size Chart

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Specs

Support

Neutral

Midsole Drop

6mm

Weight

10.1oz / 286.3g

Arch

Medium, High

Experience Type

Speed

Country of Origin

Imported

Benefits

Flexible

A gearing mechanism allows your heel and forefoot to move independently for powerful push-offs.

Full-Body Alignment

A rounded heel provides better alignment, minimizing stress on joints.

Our Runners Have Spoken

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

I bought multiple pairs.

One of the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever owned. They shipped fast.

Newark, Ohio
Width Feels true to width

I would not purchase this shoe again.

I was thoroughly disappointed in this purchase. I have run with the shoe 5 times, thinking they needed to be worn in. However, every run has been uncomfortable. The shoe is narrow to the point of affecting your stride. The cushioning is practically non existent, or at least feels that way. It is sad because I have retired these (practically brand new) running shoes for crossfit use only.

Texas
Width Feels too narrow

Sliding Insoles

I had read someone else's comment previously about a sliding insole but it seemed to be the only review like that so I tried out the shoes anyway. The shoes are very comfortable, almost too comfortable, running in them is fine but the insole does slip a little. I really noticed the issue when doing workouts like lunges or box jumps or suicides. This is a pretty big issue for anyone doing full…

I had read someone else's comment previously about a sliding insole but it seemed to be the only review like that so I tried out the shoes anyway. The shoes are very comfortable, almost too comfortable, running in them is fine but the insole does slip a little. I really noticed the issue when doing workouts like lunges or box jumps or suicides. This is a pretty big issue for anyone doing full body workouts instead of just running. Also, my shoes are a little over a month old, I've been working out and running with them almost every day and I've noticed that the insole area under the ball of my foot is wearing down already. Another significant issue that has led to blisters. If the insole issue could be fixed, this would be an awesome overall shoe. Read More
Baltimore, MD
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Good for 5k or less

Not good shoe for mid to long distance runs. Tend to get blisters at the bottom of the feet if I'm running more than 3 miles. Not much support on the sides of shoe.

Pico Rivera, Ca.
Width Feels true to width

One of My All-Time Favorites

This shoe is the perfect combination of light weight, cushioning and flexibility for me. I use these for everything from tempo runs to runs of up to 9 miles. These are my 5th and 6th pairs of a shoe that works well for me

Edmonds, WA
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Any Questions?

Our Run Happy Team Members have the answers.

4 Questions

I have a pair of pure flow 5, size 11. Would the sizing be similar to flow 5?

2018/01/31 FLORIDA Mr Mike

Hi Mike! Yes, you should order the same size! Brooks Running

what is the heel-toe drop on the Neuro 2?

2017/08/25 New York, NY George

6mm

I made a big switch from minimalist type shoe to the GTS 16 last year since I increased mileage to about 30+ miles a week. I feel I need to lose a bit of comfort and ride for some more speed but I do not want to beat up my feet and knees making the switch. Would these be a good shoe to integrate into the rotation?

2017/06/26 Southern New Hampshire TheRenter

The Neuro 2 would offer a fairly comparable experience to a minimalist-type shoe, so we might recommend the Launch 4 as an…

The Neuro 2 would offer a fairly comparable experience to a minimalist-type shoe, so we might recommend the Launch 4 as an alternative! Read More

Is this product Neutral?

2017/03/09 Costa Rica Pepe

Yes