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Brooks Mens Caldera
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- Rubber sole
- Break free from the overly traversed, ho-hum city routes and take to the dusty path for a responsive, energizing run in the Brooks® Caldera trail-running shoe!
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Break free from the overly traversed, ho-hum city routes and take to the dusty path for a responsive, energizing run in the Brooks® Caldera trail-running shoe! Predecessor: None. Support Type: Neutral. Cushioning: Lightweight, flexible response. Surface: Trail. Differential: 4 mm. Protective, double-layered mesh and synthetic upper has strategic stretch and structure to provide the best fit and a nearly seamless feel. Lace-up closure. Lace-garage for added security. Integrated Gaiter Tab at the heel is compatible with hook-and-loop gaiter systems. Padded tongue and collar. Smooth fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel. Removable foam insole. Midsole geometry supplies inherent protection and a stable ride that helps as fatigue sets in. BioMogo DNA midsole delivers dynamic cushioning that adapts to each and every stride. Sticky rubber and HPR Green outsole features lugs with high surface area for exceptional uphill and downhill traction. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 11 oz Product measurements were taken using size 11, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- Shipping Weight: 11.04 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01M6B9BHX
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2016
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Thus, I bought these shoes over a less expensive shoe hoping to reduce fatigue. Many shoes are made from the same group of materials and with similar processes, so any of them may last just as long as the next one will. These shoes made a major difference in reducing my fatigue at the end of the day! Well over the shoes I bought to save money and thought were adequate to wear for my job. This difference I feel is worth the extra cost.
I thought hey fit a bit too tight at first, but that turned out to be very beneficial and not uncomfortable at all. There is room for toe movement, and they really help to maintain proper foot conformation and actually do provide a noticeable amount of return energy in my stride. I really like them and would buy them again. I work at a hospital and must be on my feet continuously for eight hours, walking from one end of the place to the other as fast as comfortably possible, and these shoes made the regular 'tennis shoes' I bought to save money, seem like clogs! ...and my feet don't hurt at the end of the day--worth it IMO.