P-DRB ( progressive diagonal rollbar) - dual density post is biomechanically engineered to allow for progressive pronation control meaning your foot is placed in a more natural position when landing and taking off.
DRB ACCEL - promotes natural movement between the heel and forefoot, This component utilises varying durometers of thermoplastics which provide the torsional midfoot support runners need. Hydroflow - fluid-filled centre chamber reduces the shock at impact and take off and dynamically disperses fluid at a controlled rate around the heel cushioning, stabilising and rebounding on every stride. Plus, it's designed to never wear out. E-Fusion - This new compound outperforms traditional rubber outsoles in wet and dry skid resistance, abrasion loss, and resiliency. This will give you more durability and grip in wet conditions. Pod Tech - A system of 'pods' in the midsole and outsole enabling the shoe to bend and flex more naturally while still supporting the foot at its
This shoe is packed with so many attributes to discuss. The shoe that launched BioMoGo, the industry. This is the luxury support shoe from Brooks, created for the major runner. This most recent version features the NEW full-length DNA, which is inserted over the total length of the midsole in the form of a footprint providing the athlete an adaptive and independently adjusted damping at the three decisive anatomical points heel bone, tarsal bone and the 1st metatarsus bone.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Brooks
- Title: Brooks Trance 10 Running Shoes
- Color: Silver
The Brooks Trance 10 Running Shoes is among our selections within the RunningInjury category of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes offer a mix of characteristics, such as cushioning, medial support and durability. They normally avoid too much movement. And they are usually deemed as providing a compromise between motion control and cushioned shoes. Who do stability shoes suit? Well, stability running shoes will normally suit those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who usually have low to normal arches.