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PureCadence 5

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The PureCadence 5 is no longer available.

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Specs

Arch

Flat, Medium

Experience Type

Connect

Country of Origin

Imported

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Not very good

I have had all the Pure Cadence range and loved them and then I went to the V5 and it has been a disaster in that I developed shin splints and this then led to discomfort and then further issues. So after a 150 miles on the V5's I went out on my old V4's today and WOW, what a difference! No pain, comfortable and 1,5 min/mile quicker and loved my run.

London
Sizing Feels half size too small
Width Feels true to width

Theres better shoes out there!

Best to avoid the Pure Cadence 5 as there are plenty of better options with a more agreeable price tag. The PureCadence 5 would be suitable for tempo runs, reps and perhaps a 10k race. Definitely not for any significant mileage (20 miles a week or under) The support is minimal and would be suited to a neutral runner who wants a shoe with a bit of structure it sits somewhere between a trainer and…

Best to avoid the Pure Cadence 5 as there are plenty of better options with a more agreeable price tag. The PureCadence 5 would be suitable for tempo runs, reps and perhaps a 10k race. Definitely not for any significant mileage (20 miles a week or under) The support is minimal and would be suited to a neutral runner who wants a shoe with a bit of structure it sits somewhere between a trainer and a racer. The fit was fine and they felt comfortable in the store however this didn't translate on the road. - They feel stiff and flat. - The upper doesn't breath well. - The tongue is very badly designed as it disappears around the side of your foot and holds too much sweat. - Slippery in the wet. - Overpriced On the plus side: - They are light - They are moderately cushioned I have only once had a pair of shoes as bad as these and it was a 1996 pair of Saucony Jazz. Honestly folks you could do better and so could Brooks. Read More
Chippenham
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Please change back to verson 4

I have loved every version of PureCadence apart from the latest version 5. I feel the latest version is a bit stiff and the toe box a bit narrow for a medium to high arch. It would welcome a change back to version 4 which I think is the best so far.

London
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Just Horrible

Im my opinion Brooks have got the Cadence 5 all wrong. I have hardly worn anything else over the past couple of years (cadence 3 and 4) no matter what distance (10k to Ultra) they have always proven versatile enough to stop me looking elsewhere. Then comes the cadence 5, firstly I know appearance isn't everything but the shoe just looks awful. Not wanting the look to put me off I tried it anyway…

Im my opinion Brooks have got the Cadence 5 all wrong. I have hardly worn anything else over the past couple of years (cadence 3 and 4) no matter what distance (10k to Ultra) they have always proven versatile enough to stop me looking elsewhere. Then comes the cadence 5, firstly I know appearance isn't everything but the shoe just looks awful. Not wanting the look to put me off I tried it anyway and sadly this shoe feels and looks like something from the Brooks cushioned range (maybe the adrenaline series). The shoe doesn't give you the same feedback as the old cadence, it feels uncomfortably heavy and clunky with far too much cushioning. It's a confusing shoe that seems to have lost all the DNA of the previous cadence. Surely the whole point of the connect range is to appeal to the runner that likes a bit less cushion? Maybe Brooks have realised they dropped the ball with this latest edition as they are still selling the cadence 4. I hope so, please Brooks return the cadence 6 to its former glory…..!! Read More
London
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Good for CrossFit

I bought these are a replacement for my Adrenalines, which I found a little too chunky for CrossFit. These are a good compromise, supportive enough to run the shortish distances associated with WoDs, and to do the other sorts of exercises without getting in the way- easier to skip, for instance, as less chance of getting caught up. On the downside, although the tongue is protective and…

I bought these are a replacement for my Adrenalines, which I found a little too chunky for CrossFit. These are a good compromise, supportive enough to run the shortish distances associated with WoDs, and to do the other sorts of exercises without getting in the way- easier to skip, for instance, as less chance of getting caught up. On the downside, although the tongue is protective and comfortable, it shifts position a bit- maybe I need to tie my laces tighter. The top of my foot, under the tongue has got much hotter than when wearing Adrenalines, too. Read More
Rutland, UK
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width