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- Get lost in your thoughts with a smooth and well-cushioned ride in the Brooks® Ghost 10.
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Get lost in your thoughts with a smooth and well-cushioned ride in the Brooks® Ghost 10. Predecessor: Ghost 9. Support Type: Neutral. Cushioning: High energizing cushioning. Surface: Road. Differential: 12mm. Offers medium to high arch support. The Black/Turquoise/Blue color style is in collaboration with the 2018 Special Olympics. Engineered mesh upper provides breathability and needed stretch. Lightweight synthetic overlays. Traditional lace-up closure. Plush tongue and collar. Soft fabric lining for a great in-shoe feel. Removable foam insole. BioMoGo DNA is a blend of earth-friendly BioMoGo and responsive Brooks DNA, and has a gender-friendly cushioning design, making for a dynamic ride. Full-length Segmented Crash Pad accommodates any foot landing and sets the foot up for smoother transitions. Omega Flex Grooves allow for more natural forefoot movement and fluidity. Soft blown rubber forefoot material supplies light cushioning and grip. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 11 oz Product measurements were taken using size 11, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size. Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07BY9FGDD
- Item model number: Ghost 10
- Date first listed on Amazon: June 25, 2017
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4/30/2018 UPDATE: After using the Ghost 10 for almost a month and logging almost 200 miles of power walking (I am not a runner) I have to say these are the most comfortable sneakers I have ever owned. Like them so much I ordered a second pair to alternate between sneakers. Replacing my Nike's...they will become my gardening sneakers.
3/6/2018: I was shopping for a new pair of walking sneakers because the Nike’s I was wearing would pinch my feet. Went to Academy Sports and spent a lot of time searching for the right sneaker in a wide-width with no success. Asked one of the sales associates about the availability of wide-widths and he said he had Brooks but they were more expensive than other sneakers. I had never heard of this brand and was skeptical but I took a look anyway. Really loved the fit and stability of the Brooks Ghost 10 and bought a pair. After 10+ fast walking sessions I am a believer…these sneakers provide great support and stability. Granted…they may cost a bit more but the comfort is well worth the additional cost versus suffering with sneakers that do not fit well. Highly recommend these sneakers.
It seems with every new model they swing between a more inline, cushier sole and a wider, more ridged one, and the upper swings between materials focused on durability vs. comfort -- each new Ghost is a different combination along those 2 spectrums. This time I think Brooks hit the sweet spot.
The sole is sturdy and comfortable yet doesn't seem as bulky as with the 9. The upper feels high-grade but is also incredibly soft and comfortable. It's like running in a moisture-wicking slipper. I also like the new design. The 5-9s were mainly just color changes, but the 10 has a unique look.
I'm sticking with these for the long-haul!
Either way, if you're already a fan of the Ghost, this version will not disappoint. I'm really writing the review because of the color though. Running shoe color for us is usually a bonus, as we're more concerned with getting the best price and the right style, and often end up with some pretty hideous looking shoes. However, these are really nice. Probably the best looking shoe out of all the different pairs we own.
I have worn ASICS for the last several years, but it seems that the Foundation series shoes are on there way out (last ones I purchased). I decided to give Brooks a try and I am happy I did. Quality of these shoes appears to be excellent, but time will tell. I still think shoes such as these are far overpriced for the materials/labor involved, but in relation to what's available these days for my specific needs, I can't complain too much. I under pronate and have fairly flat feet and these feel good to my wide feet. I've had some 2Es fit too narrow or too loose, but these fit me just perfect. So, if you try to stay in shoes that are more economically priced, but are making trade offs at the expense of getting proper fitting shoes, I highly recommend spending a bit more to do your feet, knees, and hips a favor.