|Women's Brooks PureCadence|
• Nav Band locks into midsole
• More grounded Toe Flex
• Reinforced heel counter secures heel
• Medial pod works with center strike pod for balance
• Internal PDRB (Progressive Diagonal Roll Bar)
When I first tried on the PureCadence, I felt that it might be too narrow in the toe box (definitely less roomy than my Ghost 4s and TrailBlades). Turned out not to be a problem, however - besides a couple of pains in various places which I attribute to getting back to running post knee surgery, I had no discomfort in my feet. This time around I have been consciously trying to do a midfoot strike. I do feel that the "ideal heel" or inverted heel makes it somewhat awkward to even try to heel strike. I have run most miles so far with this shoe on the treadmill, but also logged some miles outside. Treadmill, road, and trail - these lightweight shoes provide great support and cushioning and are cute and comfortable to boot:). For a review of the Men's PureFlows, head over to Midwest Multisport Life.
|My Brooks PureCadence and Kovas' PureFlows|
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(Disclaimer: I was sent these products for free to review on my blog - courtesy of Brooks Running. I did not pay for the items, receive payment for this review, or agree to give a positive review. Aside from information gleaned from the company website, the opinions are my own.)
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