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Brooks Men's Adrenaline Gts 11 Running Shoe,Primer Grey/Shadow/Empire/Silver/Black,10 D US


Size Name: 10 D(M) US
Color Name: Primer Grey/Shadow/Empire/Silver/Black
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  • Synthetic and mesh
  • Rubber sole
  • Enhanced upper materials and construction to provide maximum comfort and breathability, wh
  • Asymmetrical upper overlays to create a more secure arch capture.
  • Caterpillar heel pad A more segmented crash pad that customises the individual's lay down
  • Increased heel bevel to create a smoother transition, a softer lay down, and slower rate o
  • Signature PDRB triple-density post on the medial side of the shoe for industry-leading sta
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Product Description

Designed to elevate the running experience, Brooks' advanced stability, cushioning, and motion control gear is recognized as the product of choice among runners of all levels. Entirely focused on the run, Brooks is dedicated to inspiring people to be active.

  • Hit the ground running and pace yourself for a comfortably dynamic ride in the Brooks® Adrenaline™ GTS 11! Do you have Brooks DNA in you?
  • Recently awarded "Best Update" in the December 2010 issue of Runner's World Magazine.
  • A running shoe built for the moderate over-pronator who requires a combination of cushioning and enhanced stability.
  • Mesh upper allows for a highly breathable environment, while synthetic leather overlays provide lightweight, durable support.
  • Element upper technology offers moisture-managing properties, for a healthier environment. Its microfiber construction is sturdy, and also supplies light weather protection.
  • Lightly padded tongue and collar for added comfort.
  • Element sockliner offers a great step in feel and helps keep you cooler and drier.
  • BioMoGo midsole provides long-lasting cushioning. A natural, non-toxic ingredient was added to the original MoGo compound to encourage anaerobic microbes to feast away once the shoes are in the landfill, making it biodegradable.
  • Brooks DNA cushioning compound delivers a personalized ride for runners of all sizes, foot shapes, and athletic ability. Designed to work with BioMoGo, it responds to every footfall, dispersing impact and providing the necessary protection through pace changes.
  • Tri-density Progressive Diagonal Rollbar® (PDRB) is designed to allow for progressive pronation control, as well as to enhance transition from the midstance through the propulsion phase.
  • DRB® Accel shank-like thermoplastic device promotes medial support for a smoother ride.
  • Forefoot stable pod construction helps set the foot into an efficient, neutral position throughout the gait cycle, promoting maximum stability.
  • HPR Plus rubber outsole compound delivers ultimate abrasion resistance for long-lasting wear.
  • Blown rubber forefoot offers lightweight cushioning and supreme durability.
  • Weight: 11 oz
  • Product measurements were taken using size 10. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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  • ASIN: B004J4WV1Y
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 7.8 x 5 inches; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Adrenaline GTS 11-M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,699 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Highly recommend to try if you're experiencing knee pain.
    Matt B.
    These shoes are lightweight and supportive, very comfortable.
    Evanol
    Excellent cushion and comfort while providing great support.
    FunnerRunner

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    41 of 50 people found the following review helpful By El_Capitan on November 12, 2010
    I ordered both the GTS 10 and the GTS 11, having moved up from GTS 7 and GTS 8. I skipped the GTS 9 line due to not having liked how it fit my feet when I tried it on at a running store.

    There really isn't a lot of bad things I can say about the shoe, so I'll compare it with the GTS 7, 8, 10, and 11.

    About me:
    I'm 5'8" 165lbs, and medium distance runner (6-9 miles or 45 minutes to an hour), no to mild pronation, low to medium arch, narrow to medium feet width.

    Comfort: The GTS 10 really feels the most comfortable, and is a bit like how the GTS 8 fit around my feet. The GTS 11 feels a lot like the GTS 7 in terms of comfort. They are all really comfortable, but as far as fitting goes, the GTS 10 really molds around my feet perfectly, but a little more so than the GTS 8.

    Cushion: The GTS 10 provides the best cushion for the balls of my feet, the most solid arch support, and heel cushioning. The GTS 11 felt a little low in the arch department, and didn't have as much cushioning at the heels. It's a little lighter, so I feel as though I could run faster, but doesn't feel as good when keeping a steady pace.

    Durability: The GTS 7 and GTS 8 both lasted a good solid 1-2 years, replacing the insoles every couple of months. I've yet to see how the GTS 10 and GTS 11 fare.

    After-run thoughts: My most notable pain I feel when running is not in my knees or ankles, but my shins. The GTS 7, 8, and 11 just don't give me the cushioning I need to ease the pain from my shins (I have off and on shin splints). The GTS 10 seems to take the pain away from my shins, and I really feel great after a run!

    That's it for my brief review. In short, the GTS 10 feels like a better upgrade over the GTS 8, and the GTS 11 feels like a better upgrade over the GTS 7. Everyone's body and feet and running behavior is different, but if you somewhat resemble my stature, running length/speed, and feet type, I highly recommend the GTS 10.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Berger on September 29, 2011
    I asked my physical therapist what walk:run shoe I should get, and she noticed I was a flat footed over pronator and should limit my purchase accordingly. I narrowed my choices down to this Brooks and NB-933, and settled for the Brooks because it was cheaper, less bulky and available in all black, which may be helpful should you wear these at work. I took my Brooks for a 3 mile 1 hour treadmill walk, and my feet felt noticeably less fatigued even hours after my workout. You will feel the arch support on the inner side of your foot, but the slope to the center of your foot is gradual enough as not to bite into it like I suffered while trying a 3 mile walk in Asics Evolution or Foundation shoes.
    These Brooks have mesh vents along the sides of the shoe like Asics and Nike runners, so they may not be good for running in the wet and cold or a muddy trail, so I may get more rugged and sealed NB-933 for that application should I find them 50% at an end of season sale. Brooks have these odd flaps beside most lace holes that are designed to hold the lace so tension does not travel up and down your foot. This may take some getting used to if you are used to tightening your laces at the top and hope that tension will pull the lace tense all the way down your foot. So basically you have to pluck the laces starting from the bottom and working your way up in order to get a really excellent firm fit - sort of like lacing ice skates.
    A few tips for you online sneakers shoppers: If you normally buy a 10 medium shoe, either get 10.5 medium or 10.0 wide on a running shoe. If you only want a shoe to fast or power walk in, get a runner anyway, as they are constructed for similar duties while the runners are of more durable materials so they last longer.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Marshall on January 24, 2011
    I bought these a week before my last marathon, and when I tried them on I knew that I didn't even have to break them in. I ran the marathon, got my best time, and had no blisters or knee pain after. I previously had the Adrenaline 10, and those were great as well, but the tongue of the shoe always moved around on me. On this model they have an extra loop on the tongue that seems to keep it in place.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt B. on January 7, 2012
    Wow! What a difference a good shoe can make! As a beginning runner, I just went to my local sports store and picked up a pair of Nike running shoes that fit well. Within 2 months, I sustained bursitis of the knee which put me out of commission for 2 weeks. The ortho never mentioned that it could be my shoes--just that the injury was from overuse. Fast forward a couple more months and mild knee pain returned. I google'd and discovered that this pain could be a result from improper shoes (albeit running shoes). I located a store specializing in running shoes only and had a "video" fitting whereby they record your gait on a computer and recommend a proper running shoe. They offered a Saucony, K-Swiss and Brooks. The Brooks felt the best--like walking on a cloud, but provided excellent support for my pronation.

    Long story short, knee pain is completely gone and these shoes feel great. Highly recommend to try if you're experiencing knee pain.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JZ on September 1, 2011
    This is the 11th version of shoe in this line, and I own the past 3 year-models. (11,10,9). It's a solid reliable shoe that forms the core of my running shoe collection. In general, I know what I am buying with this shoe and I know what to expect as far as performance. This shoe definately helps a good bit with pronation and will attempt to correct your foot back to the norm, but it doesn't rub you too hard like some other shoes would (a pair of asics come to mind). The only drawback is that they wear out quickly. Most shoes last to 500 miles and I find that the cushoning barely lasts to 400. Granted I do a lot of hard running on consecutive days.

    If you like these also consider the next line up - Trance. It will cost you, but you wont be sorry.
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