The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 12 running shoe has actually been at the forefront of supportive running shoes because its creation and in its tenth version it still offers an exceptional fit, outstanding support and now with a deluxe Profile Sockliner for an even more comfy ride. The Adrenaline was currently a great running shoe, but now it has actually been enhanced with more mesh for greater breathability, a rubbing resistant heel and crash pad that encompass more strides. As a stability shoe the Adrenaline GTS 12 is designed for moderate overpronators who require a smooth ride with a nice quantity of support and a 'glove-like' fit. For outstanding support, strength and cushioning its midsole building features rearfoot and forefoot HydroFlow, which makes use of viscous fluid units to attenuate shock and dampen impact. The complete length BioMoGo cushioning is non-toxic and more ecologically friendly and the S-257 Cushsole is a durable and energy-efficient midsole compound that utilises an insole board for even more cushioning and flexibility. The tri-density PDRB midsole (Progressive Diagonal Rollbar) is biomechanically engineered to allow for progressive pronation control and produce smoother changes from the midstance stage to the propulsion stage. All these technologies combine to offer outstanding cushioning, built to last long distance runs. The mix of an HPR Plus, forefoot stable skin building, blown rubber forefoot outsole with ortholite sockliner, wetness managing Aspect mesh/linings and internal artificial overlay products in the upper offer outstanding feel, traction and sturdiness.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Brooks
- Title: BROOKS Adrenaline GTS 12 Ladies Running Shoes
- Color: White / Nightshadow / Powder Blue
The BROOKS Adrenaline GTS 12 Ladies Running Shoes is one of our selections within the RunningInjury category of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes provide a combination of features, such as cushioning, medial support and resilience. They usually avoid excess movement. And they are typically deemed as providing a compromise between motion control and cushioned shoes. Who's it for? Well, stability running shoes will usually work for those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who typically have low to regular arches.