Select a Fit
Runners who value comfort, consistency, and access may prefer this style.
- Hugs your foot
- Blends flexibility + structure
- Has some wiggle room
- Think boot-cut jeans
Runners who value performance, and innovation may prefer our shoes with the sleek, closer-to-foot StealthFit.
- Wraps your foot
- Blends stretch + compression
- Sleek, moves with you
- Think skinny jeans
Choose your support
Your body naturally likes to move in one way. Deviation is how much that movement changes when you go for a run.
Low deviators may find that shoes designated Neutral work best for them.
Runners with high deviation benefit from Brooks' support technologies and may want to look for a shoe with Support.
You my have high deviation if:
- You frequently get the same injury
- You pronate or supinate
- Toes point in or out when you walk
- You feel unstable when you balance on one leg
- Hand pressure increases or decreases when you squat with your feet together
AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER
- Added support
- Springy ride
- Road running
- Super springy feel
- New adaptable fit
- Smart support
Our shoes offer different experiences based on how they feel while running: Cushion shoes offer a soft, float-like feeling, while Energize shoes offer a springy, bouncy feel. Speed shoes feel fast and lightweight — perfect for races, while Trail shoes are designed to feel stable and comfortable on off-road surface.
Within any experience category, different shoes have varying levels of that experience: some may have a little less, while others have an amplified experience. For example, within Cushion, the Ghost offers soft, balanced cushioning whereas the Glycerin provides super soft cushioning.
- Neutral Springy
- More Springy
- Most Springy
Support has to do with how much your body deviates from its natural movement pattern when you shift from a relaxed, natural state to your running stride. Our research shows that runners are generally either high deviators or low deviators. Brooks support technologies aid high deviators by guiding their body back into their natural way of moving. High deviators may prefer shoes labeled with "Support" or "Max Support." Low deviators often find that "Neutral" shoes work best for them.
- Max Support