Women's Ravenna 8 Running Shoes

Women's Ravenna 8 Running Shoes

$110.00

Style #120238

Now with an even more streamlined look and feel, the women's Ravenna 8 offers a springy ride thanks to responsive cushioning and updated design to make heel-to-toe transitions even easier so your feet move quickly and naturally from one stride to the next.

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Ravenna 8

Features

  1. 1 BIOMOGO DNA MIDSOLE CUSHIONING dynamically adapts to every step and stride
  2. 2 DIAGONAL ROLL BAR guides the body back into its natural motion pattern
  3. 3 MIDFOOT TRANSITION ZONE AND SEGMENTED CRASH PAD create fast heel-to-toe transitions
  4. 4 UPDATED FOREFOOT blown rubber enables extra-springy toe-off
  5. 5 ADJUSTABLE SADDLE pulls from the heel to wrap the midfoot in a secure fit
  6. 6 MESH UPPER manages moisture to keep feet cool and dry
Ravenna 8 Features

Specifications

  • Arch: Flat, Medium
  • Weight: 8.9 oz
  • Midsole Drop: 10 mm
  • Support Level: Support
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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3.2 (28 Reviews)
54% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

28 Reviews

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  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Best Ravenna since the 6

    2017/07/19 | Huntsville, AL |

    The Ravenna 8 returns to a true width. I've been wearing the Ravenna for several years, and the toe box had gradually grown wider and wider until it felt almost half a size to big. The Ravenna 8 has returned to a true fit toe box. I love this shoe. I also didn't have to do much breaking in. I ordered the shoe and ran a 5k the next day without any issues. Great shoe!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Great shoe!

    2017/07/12 | Ludington, Mi |

    I love the Ravannas 8. Comfortable fit. Toe box has lots of room. Has enough cushion to make my run feel good

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Not

    2017/07/11 | Austin, TX |

    I recently purchased these after my favorite Adrenaline GTS were out of stock in my size at my local FF store. I was slightly hesitant considering my last three pairs of Brooks had been GTS. I was pleased with my purchase after running with them a few times before my ankle injury (pesky moving furniture down stairs). Even though they are the same weight as the GTS the felt lighter to me. I didn't have any shin splints or knee pain which was an indicator to me that they were doing their thing for my over-pronation. I've been wearing the pair I bought to work since I'm sidelined right now but bought a new pair to start training when this ankle is back to normal. Hopefully this will stay my shoe type for my Austin Half Marathon training!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Best Ravenna since the 5!

    2017/07/03 | Boston, MA |

    Thank you Brooks! Finally, these shoes feel like an extension of myself again. I never know what each version will bring and stock up on oldies I like (good with 3 and 4, searched out the 5 for years!, HATED clown shoes 6, ok with 7...). Now I am sad I stocked up on the 7s. Thank you for finally getting rid of the swollen tongue. Now, please stick with this and whatever overlaps with 5 and STOP messing with it!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Pleasantly Surprised

    2017/06/05 | Tennessee |

    I'm fairly new to running and bought the Ravenna 7's last year because they were recommended to me by a local running/shoe store based on my running pattern. I wore those shoes out and knew I needed to get new ones when my shin splints started coming back after fairly short distances. I read several reviews that said the Ravenna 8's were not as good as the 7's so I was a little wary about purchasing them, however, after using them for a couple months I have no major complaints. My biggest complaint is that the wide width only comes in one color...and it's not even a very pretty one. I do wish that Brooks would provide those of us with wide feet more options.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    I LOVE BROOKS!!!

    2017/05/18 | Littlestown, PA |

    I have a problem with recurrent Achilles tendon inflammation. Brooks is the only shoe (Ravenna especially) that does not hurt it at all. As an additional benefit it helps my plantar fascititis that occasionally flares up as well. Most comfortable shoe I have tried.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    A step in the wrong direction

    2017/05/15 | Pittsburgh, Pa |

    I have to agree with the other reviewer who said that these are like a completely different shoe than any of the other Ravennas. I absolutely loved the Ravenna 7 for its spring without compromising support. I ran my first full marathon in the Ravenna 7 and had no problems. I was disappointed to find that the Ravenna 8 felt much less supportive and slightly below average spring. Would be a nice shoe to wear around the gym but marathon training in these was not great. I miss the 7s so much, I hope Brooks goes back to what was working for the next version.

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    I would buy this product again

    2017/05/10 | chicago |

    I go to the gym 5 days a week and walk an average of 50 mi. a week.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Disappointed with this shoe

    2017/05/03 | Young America, MN |

    I wore them once and had a massive pain on the bridge of my left foot. Thought I might of tied to tight. So second wear I loosened laces, It was even more painful to the point I had to stop running/walking, foot felt like it was bruised. Let it heal a few days and tried shoe on and no change, massive pain from the top of the shoe. Bummed because every where else it feels great and right show no problems.

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Still unsure...

    2017/05/03 | Clover, VA |

    I am completely flat-footed and also need a wide shoe, and these shoes fit a bit too narrow for me. This is the first pair of running shoes that I've bought that are made for overpronation. I normally just buy a wide-width running shoe and use my orthotic inserts, but I thought I'd give this a try. I immediately noticed that my legs were straighter, and the insides of my knees and my ankles were not hitting against each other as they often would do when I was running, but they hurt so much. I'm not sure if my feet need to adjust and my muscles are just reacting to being used differently, but my feet hurt when I run in these shoes. I can't run for very long (maybe only a mile) before I need to stop and flex my feet a bunch.

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