Brooks Men's Pure Drift M Trainer
Full length biomogo dna midsole with mild support
Ideal heel encourages contact point to shift forward which aligns the joints and creates optimal energy return Toe split creates toe flex and allows big toe to aid natural stability and power during push off Anatomical last gives glove like feel and hugs the foots contours This elastic wrap over the midfoot gives assured comfort and fit no matter what the foot shape
Brooks have introduced the PureProject Collection; shoes that follow a light-weight approach, with greater versatility in vibrant design and colors. These are engineered to move contact points forward and straighten your stride in a smooth and reliable building. There is also BioMoGo DNA cushioning for personalised comfort according to your weight, gait and pace. The PureDrift is unbelievably light and brand name new to the PureDrift series. There is a detachable sockliner for a zero drop experience and the no-seam building keeps it comfortable, with a soft platform to mellow the impact. The new wrap tongue offers even greater comfort and the Ideal Heel has curvature in the heel to shift the contact point forward so that you land with more ground clearance under the middle of the heel, lowering internal anxiety. A split in the midsole forefoot (the Toe Flex) permits the big toe to work independently and engage your natural balance. Flexible materials then empower a more reliable push off throughout the propulsion phase. The Anatomical Last mimics the shape of the foot to offer close support and a glove-like feel, tapered to the real foot shape.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Brooks
- Title: Brooks Men's Pure Drift M Trainer
- Color: Yellow
- Package Quantity: 1
The Brooks Men's Pure Drift M Trainer is among our selections, available in store, within the wide range of cushioned running shoes for men and women. For a lot of runners, a rolling of the feet when striking the ground helps to absorb the impact shock that is otherwise transmitted through one's joints and up to the spine. However some runners' feet do not roll inwards or outwards in the landing phase. That's where this kind of running footwear can play a crucial role. Cushioned shoes are particularly geared to decreasing the shock when your foot does hit the ground.