Men's Revel Running Shoes

Men's Revel Running Shoes

$100.00

Style #110260
Styled to go anywhere, the men's Revel running shoe is our most comfortable shoe on foot.

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  • Color: 155
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Revel

Features

  1. 1 FRESH LOOK The flat-knit upper's sleek silhouette delivers a look and feel that works beyond your run.
  2. 2 COMFORTABLE FIT No matter how your foot moves, the shoe's internal bootie is designed to surround your foot in all-day comfort.
  3. 3 SOFT CUSHIONING BioMoGo DNA midsole cushioning dynamically adapts to your stride, dispersing impact away from your body for just-right softness underfoot.

Specifications

  • Arch: Medium, High
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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★★★★★ ★★★★★
4.8 (16 Reviews)
100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    so far so good (35 miles)

    2017/08/16 | DFW Texas |

    They feel pretty good so far. Somewhere between the Ghost and Launch. The Ghost has been my go-to for 5 years, but sometimes it feels too much shoe and I have also liked the Launch for shorter distances. So far I have used the Revel for runs between 4 and 14 miles and seems to hold well both in speed and comfort.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    A Texan Goes to Washington DC in Revels

    2017/08/08 | Southlake, TX |

    I have been wearing the new Brooks Revel for the past 2 weeks, and I love them. First, its looks gets me lots of compliments as it is a sharp looking shoe. I have the black color, and it looks great and wears great. The Revel is very comfortable, and feels very supportive to my feet, and sure to my footing. I wore it for my family's 5 day trip to Washington DC, where we stayed in a hotel on the National Mall, and as such I and my family walked 12 - 15 miles per day, visiting all the monuments and the Smithsonians, in 90 degree weather. Often tired children weighing up to 60lbs ended up on my back for our hikes through DC. The Revel kept my feet comfortable, and I felt that I had steady footing as I carried tired kiddos. I received my new Revels from Brooks for free to try them out, and I could not be more appreciative of this opportunity. In a week I am heading to Breckenridge, CO, to do more city street and trail hikes, and I am looking forward to how my feet are going to feel in the new Brooks Revel.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    I would buy these shoes again

    2017/08/03 | Chattanooga, TN. |

    This is my 5th pair of Brooks. I have tried 3 styles. By far this is my favorite style. They are light and fit well. I like that they breath more than the other styles that I have used.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    I WOULD buy these shoes again!

    2017/08/02 | Bend, Oregon |

    I am 72 years old, unfortunately a "retired" runner. I still buy running shoes(most always Brooks). I do wear them walking, on the treadmill and just for general purposes.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Thumbs up for Revel

    2017/07/26 | Wenham, MA |

    I am about a 30 mile a week runner who usually runs in the Brooks Launch but received a complimentary pair of Revel to try. I did an 8 mile and 10 mile run in them so far. Shoes are comfortable to run in and don't feel like a cushion shoe really. They do feel light to run in and could be used to train at any distance I think. I don't know the technical terms but toe box area is perfect and plenty of room but yet snug on the feet. As a long time hockey player I like my shoes to fit tight like a skate and they have that feel which is really nice.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Not as wide as Transcends 3.

    2017/07/17 | Long Beach |

    I wouldn't say the toe box is wider than my transcends 3 but it is decent. I had to wear my thinner socks to make the toe box comfortable. I wore the shoe the whole day at Disneyland and I didn't feel any increase foot pain than normal. There is very slight arch support. I will give it a few more miles before I decide to return them but so far so good.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Another Winner for Brooks: The Revel!

    2017/07/13 | Atlanta |

    Brooks has become my favorite brand of running shoe. I have tried all of the other brands, but I always find myself going back to Brooks. In recent years I have loved running in the Launch and Flows. Over the past 14 years I have run 20 marathons and countless half marathons. As a result, I usually purchase 5-6 pairs of running shoes each year. While I'm not an expert on running shoes, I know what works and helps me to stay injury-free. On July 1st, Brooks launched a new model, Revel. I was fortunate to be asked by Brooks to test and give a review of their new model. To be fully transparent, Brooks provided me with a free pair of Revel and my only obligation was to run in the shoes and provide an honest assessment. Brooks did not influence the outcome of this review. This review was written after running approximately 50 miles in the Revel. Appearance For runners, appearance is not important so I will only comment briefly. The Revel are stylish and very nice looking. The upper construction is well done. This is one of the best looking running shoes on the market – not flashy but has a fashionable look and could be used for casual wear. Test Runs I felt it was important for me to do different types of run (e.g., Tempo, Intervals, Easy and Long) to give an overall rating or review on the Revel. Over the past couple of weeks I have tested the Revel on all of my runs. Comfort The Revel are amazingly comfortable. The sizing was perfect. The uppers felt great. The soles were a little more firm than I expected, but they were very responsive and comfortable during my runs. Quality The quality of the way the Revel were made, the way they look and the way they feel on your feet is outstanding. Conclusion The Revel is the perfect neutral cushion shoe. It's sleek, with cushioned comfort. Great for an easy jog or for a long training run, I would highly recommend this shoe.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Revel Review

    2017/07/12 | Las Vegas, NV |

    Brooks sent me this shoe to wear test. After three weeks of wear, I can honestly say that the Revel is a versatile shoe that continues the Brooks tradition of comfort, style, and high performance. I biked, ran, walked, and weight trained while wearing the Revel and couldn't have been happier in terms of the support to my feet as well as the look of the shoe. I would wear this shoe for any activity regardless of its intensity. Thanks Brooks for leading the way in performance footwear!

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Brooks Revel are super comfortable

    2017/07/11 | Appleton, WI |

    How do I begin? I love them! These are amazing shoes. I am a marathon runner having run over 30 career marathons with the Brooks Adrenaline and Cadence being my two favorite shoes. Normally I rotate my running shoes to my everyday world after having put 300-400 miles on them. So with that being said, I had no interest or desire in purchasing a pair of Revel running shoes as I have plenty of old running shoes. But then Brooks made me an offer to be a wear tester and try a complimentary pair of Revel running shoes. I was somewhat skeptical but said sure, why not? The shoes arrived and I have to admit I immediately fell in love with them! They are so comfortable and stylish. I put them on to go for a walk around the neighborhood with my wife. She immediately noticed them and commented how much she like them. They don't look like a traditional running shoe but more closely resemble canvas sneakers. I can easily wear them to the office and for a night out on the town. The shoes feel just like running shoes. Super comfortable. The toe box is roomy and the arch support feels good. No slip on the heel. There is not quite as much support as my Adrenalins but still more than enough for everyday use. I was a bit unsure as to the sizing. My normal shoe size is a 10 however with my running shoes I have found I need to go up half a size. I did the same thing with the Revel shoes. I found the shoes are true to size and probably could have kept with my usual shoe size. But in the casual world, my socks are a little thicker than my running socks so it worked out. When my Revel shoes wear out, I will definitely be purchasing a new pair.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★

    Good training shoe

    2017/07/11 | Olympia WA |

    I have been wearing the Brooks Adrenaline exclusively for a long time. I need the stability and I wear a custom orthodic with it due to previous foot issues. The Adrenaline has been a wonderful shoe for training and racing. I have tried alternatives but they have not worked out. Perhaps because I have faithfully worn Brooks for so long, the good people there provided me with a free pair of the new Revel to wear test and review. I love the look. It is a shoe that I can walk in and wear to work after its running life is done. The laces are way too long but that is so minor. I think that the Revel is meant to be a less expensive model of stability shoe, but I cannot see any quality difference upon first look. With my ordothics in it fits and feels great. The only downside comes with the running. Although it is comfortable and fits perfectly, it just does not have that push forward that I am used to, especially with a new pair of shoes. My easy pace is slower than normal and I did a speed test of one mile and came up slower than expected. I had planned to test them in a 10K race but after three training runs I decided that I would be faster in my Adrenalines. Other new shoes I have tried always make me feel like I am being propelled forward, these Revels just do not do that. The remaining question is about how many running miles I can get out of the shoes. The lower price is my only suspicion that they may not be as durable. I will write another review if they fall apart after 100 miles, but I do not think that is going to happen. In the mean time I will wear Revels for easy running days and enjoy having an alternative shoe that fits so well.

    Yes, I would recommend this!

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