Brooks Women's Glycerin 13

Feature & Road Running Shoes Best

    • Synthetic-and-mesh
    • 3D Fit Print on the upper: Provides seamless structure and movement in all the right places
    • New Dynamic TPU Saddle: Captures and adjusts to the arch of each runners foot throughout the run
    • Plushness incorporated into every detail: Delivers a floatlike experience from heel to toe



Best Road Running Shoes


Womens BROOKS GLYCERIN 13 :: Float through your runs in true running luxury with the newly updated Womens Brooks Glycerin 13. Enjoy even more amazing comfort from this shoe that features the same innovative 3D Fit Print overlay plus a new Dynamic TPU Saddle that captures and adjusts to the arch of your foot throughout your stride. Youll say ;aah; every time you hit the ground thanks to the Super BioMoGo DNA carried over from last years model, and still providing 20 percent more adaptable cushioning than previous BioMoGo DNA. And, to top off the terrifically luxurious package of the Glycerin 13, youll stay protected from joint stress and strain thanks to the 13s Pressure Zones that disperse pressure over a wider surface area.
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