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- Rubber sole
- Made in USA or Imported
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Support Type: Overpronation/Stability. Cushioning: High energizing cushioning. Surface: Road. Differential: 12 mm. Limited Edition Colors: The bustling transit patchwork of the Underground London Tubes comes to life on the Rapid Transit (Electric Blue/High Risk Red/Black/Cyber Yellow), in a theme influenced by the London Marathon. The all-American-themed plaid and subtle, nautical-inspired print accents of the Nantucket (Poppy Red/Peacoat Navy/Strong) perfectly capture the coastal culture of the eastern seaboard, in a design influenced by the Boston Marathon. Vibrant retroreflective pattern of the Bright Lights, Big City (Black/Silver/White) evokes visions of Time Square's neon glow, in a design inspired by the New York City Marathon. Built for the moderate overpronator who requires a combination of cushioning and stability. Lightweight, breathable, moisture-managing Element mesh and synthetic uppers protect feet from the various elements. Adjustable mid-foot saddle creates a more secure, customizable fit. Lace-up closure. Plush tongue and collar. Breathable, moisture-wicking Element linings. Removable molded foam insole supplies light underfoot cushioning. BioMoGo DNA has a gender-friendly cushioning design, making for a dynamic ride. Progressive Diagonal Rollbar®: tri-density midsole designed to promote progressive pronation control, as well as smoother transitions throughout the gait cycle. Full-length, segmented Crash Pad ensures smooth transitions. Blown rubber forefoot. HPR Plus delivers long-lasting durability in high-wear areas of the outsole. Flextra rubber outsole piece offers a varied degree of support corresponding with gender and weight for enhanced flexibility. Deeper V-groove offers better release and improves transitions. Imported.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B017BOCM1M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 29, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
Update: I filed the Product Defect claim and once again Brooks comes through with good customer service! They are sending me a new pair of shoes. In fact, they were unable to supply Black Adrenaline GTS 16s and I do not want another color so they are sending me Black Adrenaline GTS 2017s! I will bump my rating to a 4 for the fact they fixed the problem with a new pair of shoes and may even up it to five if I get good results from the new 2017s.
I have owned two pairs of different versions and retired them after my Nike+ App flagged them i.e at 500km. My bro-inlaw who is lighter makes use of them. However I have only done 200km in the GTS16 and the sole has started giving up
Edit: I received the following email when I contacted Brooks. They will give me a replacement pair. Their response is pretty dismissive of their build quality issues though. They're claiming that just wearing the shoes for 30 days without even running in them should wear them out? Seriously?
"Thank you for contacting Brooks Running. We are sorry to hear that our shoes are not living up to their name. We have gone ahead and placed an order for a one-time courtesy replacement pair. [...] There won’t be tracking information available since this is an internal order but you can expect the package in 5-7 business days.
We would like to remind you that when used for walking and standing, they will actually degrade more quickly than when worn specifically for running due to constant pressure to the mesh and cushioning components of the shoe.
Standing in your shoes is equal to walking up to 2.5mph, the average person’s walking speed. Standing/walking in your shoes for 8 hours a day is the equivalent of 10-15 miles of impact to the support and cushioning components of your shoes. In a month you’d average about 200 miles of wear.
Also that the life expectancy of our shoes is 300-500 miles, or 4-6 months when used for their intended purpose. After that it's time to get a new pair.
What's the deal these shoes are total crap!!
Despite the above, I still think that they are a very good running shoe. Certainly, normal activity like walking and moving normally feels great. I also feel good running in them, but towards the end of the runs (4 miles), I am experiencing both heel and ankle pain, plus an exacerbated pain in my lower left back. I would venture to say that the latter has to do with not being a young runner, but perhaps these are just not designed with my running style in mind.