Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13

Brooks most popular trainer, the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 13 is the perfect go to shoe for all your training and even races. Built on a nimble and flexible platform, it is tailored to fit right on your feet with its strategically placed elastic eyelets for a more natural fit and feet. ( Updated Model : Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 )

MSRP : US$110
Weight : 11.0 oz / 309 gm
Predecessor : Adrenaline GTS 12
Product Cycle : RY.2012.DY.2013 Dec.
Features : Upper : Element™ Mesh n Lining, Internal Support Saddle, Profile Sockliner, Strobel Last : Midsole : BioMoGo™, DNA™ Forefoot n Rearfoot, PDRB™, DRB Accel™, Caterpillar Crash Pad, Omni™ n Omega™ Flex Grooves : Outsole : HPR™ Plus, Blown Rubber

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S : A high mileage daily "Support" trainer with moderate features.

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BrooksAdrenalineGTS12.DC History : Adrenaline GTS Series : Adrenaline 13('13), Adrenaline 12('12), Adrenaline 11('10), Adrenaline 10('09), Adrenaline 9~1
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BioMoGo™, Midsole : Fully biodegradable midsole foam for footwear. Once a pair of Brooks shoes with BioMoGo has reached an enclosed landfill, it will begin to biodegrade. In roughly 20 years the midsoles will be completely converted by common soil microbes into useful humus and nutrients. That’s about 50 times faster than a standard midsole degradation : MoGo : Brooks claims, MoGo offers 40 percent more cushioning and gives a runner 22 percent more return of energy - the "spring" in one's step - than Brooks' former midsole. Substance 257. MoGo not only represents a giant leap forward in midsole material performance for Brooks, it also entails an evolved method of production. Compression Molded Preform (CMP) is an efficient, precise production process in which, rather than being cut out of large sheets of material in the traditional method, midsoles are cast in individual molds, resulting in 50% less waste. The CMP process also increases consistency by an incredible 200%. Less variability between midsoles ensures that runners can count on enjoying the same feel pair after pair.

Caterpillar Crash Pad : Segmented impact absportion pad crash pad that customizes to the runners lay down, which offers the right amount of cushioning and stability for a smooth transition from heel-to-toe.

Cush Pod Configuration : Midsole/Outsole a configurations system in the mid/out sole to enables the shoe to bend and flex. For optimizing foot position for an efficient heel to toe-off.

DNA™, Rearfoot n Forefoot : Provides a customized ride for runners of all sizes and speeds, dispersing impact and providing ideal comfort and protection as the pace changes.

Element™ Lining : Place along the underside of the shoe's upper to aid in moisture transfer and comfort.

DRB Accel™, Rearfoot n Forefoot : Diagonal Roll Bar : To promote natural movement and provide torsional midfoot support.

Element™ Lining : Place along the underside of the shoe's upper to aid in moisture transfer and comfort.

Element™ Mesh : A microfiber construction that provides strong protection against the elements in a light and quiet fabric. Element™ maintains full breathability and durable comfort.

HPR™ Plus, Rearfoot : A high abrasion-resistant rubber and is located in the heel : High Performance Rubber : A super-durable rubber compound provides greater resistance to high wear areas of the outsole.

Internal Support Saddle : Located in the midfoot with the purpose of providing a more secure midfoot fit.

Omega Flex Groove :To enhance flexibility and improve gait efficiency- for the smoothest, most comfortable run possible.

Omni Groove : Groove technology in the forefoot offers a more compliant ride, enhancing both traction and toe-off.

PDRB™, Medial Post : Progressive Diagonal Rollbar : Dual Density Post is bio-mechanically engineered to allow progressive pronation control.

Profile Sockliner : Placed underfoot and is made of BioMoGo for cushioning and forms a contoured support sensation.

Strobel Last : The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel.

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