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- Kick up your heels and churn up the dust as you take to the wild outdoors in the Brooks® Cascadia 12 trail-running shoe!
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Kick up your heels and churn up the dust as you take to the wild outdoors in the Brooks® Cascadia 12 trail-running shoe! Predecessor: Cascadia 11. Support Type: Neutral. Cushioning: Lightweight, flexible response. Surface: Trail. Differential: 10 mm. Tight-knit mesh upper with synthetic and microfiber overlays. Structurally-supportive mid-foot saddle. Lace-up closure. Heel pull loop. Padded tongue and collar. Soft Element fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel. Removable profile sockliner. Full-length S-257 Cushsole midsole compound utilizes an insole board for increased plush and flexibility. Trail-specific Four-Point Pivot Posting System technology supplies stabilizing suspension on both sides of the heel and forefoot. BioMoGo DNA midsole provides long-lasting cushioning, and features an environmentally-friendly build that breaks down 50 times quicker at the landfill, compared to similar midsole materials. Full-length Segmented Crash Pad features a caterpillar-inspired design that accommodates any foot landing for exceptional shock absorption. Durable thermoplastic EVA Ballistic Rock Shield placed between the midsole and outsole protects the forefoot by dispersing out point loads from sharp objects. Abrasion-resistant HPR Plus rubber throughout the outsole delivers long-lasting durability. Aggressive, high-surface area 3D Hex Lugs in the outsole promotes optimal multi-directional grip. Universal Sprung Platform. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 14 oz Product measurements were taken using size 11.5, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B078HBZ9NH
- Item model number: 1102431D
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2016
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For me good trail runners are a balance between having too much shoe (Hoka) or not enough structure. The 12 hit a good spot on the spectrum, and can be used for both running or packing.
Upper Padding – Comfortable. A good combination of padding and breathability. The padding is like a typical running shoe, wraps around the entire ankle. The padding at the heel creates a nice cup to prevent slipping. They seem to have gotten the balance right, where the shoe doesn't have so much padding that it makes dealing with water a problem. When I get these shoes wet I normally walk/run for another 15 minutes and then change into a dry pair of socks. Doing this gives you nearly dry shoes.
Upper Fabric - The mesh on the upper is a tight weave, and hasn’t had any issue collecting debris. The upper has an overlay of rubber that wraps around the lower portion. I like this feature because it helps with small puddles and mud.
Underfoot - Seems more plush then previous revisions, but not so plush to be sluggish. Out of the box they feel springy and responsive. The shoe holds the foot in place and works ok for side hilling. These will work well for trail running, hiking, and with heavy pack loads. Most of the cushion is built into the sole. The insole doesn’t have much meat to provide padding.
Tread – The shoes have a good sole plate to protect your foot. The tread rubber seems tough, but not so dense they slide on hard surfaces. The tread isn’t overly aggressive where it hangs up on stuff on the ground. The tread wraps up and over the toe for good protection.
Cons – I have the grey and yellow color, they look ok. Brooks keeps putting a contrasting color of the outsole under the for forefoot and heel. I think it looks ugly, and wish they would change the look.
Durability – In the past I was able to get about 300 miles before they died. The shoe is usable for longer but the soles start to loose cushion. The point of failure in past revisions have been at the fabric above the toe knuckles breakdown into a tear, which ends up propagating into a bigger hole. Brooks has done a slightly different rubber overlay on the 12s above the toe, but I don’t think it’s going to fix the problem.
I am 6'5"/220 lbs and so far these shoes have held up well to daily running.