Brooks Women's Ravenna 4 W Trainer
Anatomical dna pads for cushioning
Flextra: construction that optimises forefoot flex based on expected body mass Forefoot cushion: 14mm of foam that gives a more cushioned forefoot ride Asymmetrical saddle specifically designed for the guidance of the mild foot pronation 3d heel caterpillar crash pad allows smooth transition
The Brooks Lady Ravenna 4 Running Shoes, still providing the same faetures as its predecessor, but enhanced further with additional cushioning and a bit more flex than the version3. This shoe provide the moderate over-pronator a plush flight without compromising on the same terrific Ravenna feel which fans have actually come to love. The Ravenna 4 has actually been developed to provide a controlled fit, whilst still providing the support the runner needs. Underfoot, a more versatile Omega Flex Grooves allow for dynamic flexibility without compromising on cushioning. When steady, it supports significantly, whilst in transit, opens fantastically to provide a freer variety of motion. The Flextra Rubber Device likewise helps the forefoot flex much better having actually been tactically set up for tuned flexibility. The Ravenna 4 still offers runners exceptional support too, with is DRB ACCEL Shank gifting midfoot strength, whilst the Diagonal Roll Barr gives over-pronators the running relief they have to train hard in ideal convenience.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Brooks
- Title: Brooks Women's Ravenna 4 W Trainer
- Color: Black
- Model: Ravenna 4
The Brooks Women's Ravenna 4 W Trainer is one of our top picks within the RunningInjury range of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes provide a mix of attributes, such as cushioning, medial support and durability. They usually prevent too much motion. And they are usually viewed as offering a compromise between motion control and cushioned shoes. Who's it for? Well, stability running shoes will usually suit those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who usually have low to normal arches.