Brooks Men's Green Silence Running Shoe,Cherry Tomato/Anthracite/White/Silver,4.5 D US
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- Synthetic and mesh
- Synthetic sole
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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. Brooks creates innovative equipment that keeps you running longer, farther, and faster -- and with more enjoyment of the run.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B0058V969C
- Item model number: Green Silence-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
It's really important to note this shoe is not cushioned and if you're looking for a light shoe with any give at all I might suggest Saucony's Kinvara, which I also liked running in a lot and is also very light. The Brooks sole just feels like hard foam when you squeeze it. Right now I use this shoe to walk around in (I walk between 3 and 5 miles every day) and at the gym, but when I start running outside again in spring, I might prefer a different shoe that makes me feel more bouncy.
Again, I can't say enough how much I like wearing this shoe, but I guess with the hard sole they just feel like incredibly comfortable well fitting street shoes, and when I put them on they don't mentally trigger me into running mode. I'll try them in spring and perhaps report back, if this version of the shoe is even on sale.
I have started jogging in these on the treadmill. Not a ton, maybe 4 times a week for 3 or 4 miles? But I still love them and I'm buying another pair.
Super friggin' light- amazingly light really. A little too much cushion for my taste, but pretty good overall. I trained in them a bunch and ran 5k race as well. so light and breathable that I can't justify wearing socks. I did end up with some minor blisters and hot spots because of this however. I've also used them for stream fishing and summer wear. Work great for this as well when flops aren't appropriate. Winner!
Pros: Once broken in, best running shoe ever made! Light weight. Soft. Breathable. minimalist! Just can't say enough good things about them. Never an injury while wearing them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very light and breathable shoe. Very comfortable in the toe box and no irritation around the ankles. Good shoe for a neutral striker.Published on March 28, 2014 by Jonathan Vitolo
very comfortable and fit perfect. Normal size 11.5 and the shoe fit with easy. I like the color and shoe selectionPublished on July 27, 2013 by JETCycling
It is UGLY but offers a great cushion on the heel. Very comfortable in any running condition, breathes easy, dries fast, easy to lace up and stays tied even after a long run.Published on June 27, 2013 by James Kim
Very light and airy. My feet are solid 13D's, and I found these shoes to run just a hair smaller than what I'm used to wearing. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by L. F. S.
I've run in 5 pairs of Green Silence over the last 2 years. These shoes are great for someone looking to move toward a minimalist shoe but still want a little padding. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Andy
Most comfy shoe I have. Got here fast and problem free. I use these sneaks for my conditioning workouts and they are awesome. They fit me about a size and a half up. Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by Antony Sedgwick
This is my second pair of these. I got a lot of miles from the first pair. After I retired them they look great with a pair of jeans and still comfortable.Published on January 18, 2013 by Randy Garrett
A great mix between a minimalist shoe and a regular running shoe. Extremely light weight. I hate that Brooks is discontinuing this line!Published on January 15, 2013 by ndieker