Brooks Catamount
    • Imported
    • Rubber sole
    • THIS SHOE IS FOR: Trail Runners who aim to conquer the trail. With super light and responsive cushioning plus a high-traction outsole, the Catamount is built to go faster and farther on the trails.
    • CUSHION AND COMFORT: New DNA FLASH midsole compound is nitrogen infused to offer ultralight cushioning plus adaptive energy return.
    • TRACTION AND SUPPORT: Feel confident on any terrain, thanks to the extra traction of our TrailTack sticky rubber outsole and our updated Ballistic Rock Shield which protects your foot from roots and rocks without feeling stiff underfoot.
    • HIGH PERFORMANCE IN ALL ENVIRONMENTS: TPU Mud Guard provides protection from trail debris while drainage slits release water so feet can dry more quickly. The suede internal reinforcement keeps your foot locked down while keeping debris out.
If you like running far and fast on the trails, Catamount is your perfect partner. Lightweight and responsive cushioning for epic adventures.

 

Buyer’s Guide

How to Buy Running Shoes. Running shoes can have a huge impact on comfort during a run, whether it’s a local trail, a forest or a marathon. The right pair also helps avoid accidents and injuries, while the wrong pair can increase the risk of injury. Therefore, buying the right pair of running shoes is a good decision, especially for the avid runner. Strategic Purchasing.Buy later in the day. Many people make the mistake of buying running shoes early in the morning, but it doesn’t take into account the swelling of the feet throughout the day. Because of this swelling, a shoe that fits well in the morning may not be comfortable at night. Plan your shopping trip a few hours after 4 p.m. M. because your feet don’t swell much at the moment. This is important because your feet are also swollen during the run, so buy comfortable shoes when your feet are at their highest. Measure your feet. Another common mistake people make is to assume they know the size of their legs. However, the length and width of a person’s foot tend to change over time (due to pregnancy and falling arches, for example). Therefore, you should measure your feet every time you buy a new pair of shoes. Running shoes should usually be half the size of your street shoes. This gives your feet more room to run during the run. It is also important to note that the size may vary between different brands due to its design and the materials used. So even if you wear a size 7 with Nike shoes, the Reebox can still have a 7.5. Too small running shoes can lead to blisters and dark nails, which is not fun. So don’t worry too much about getting your shoes for “your” size, just buy the right shoes for you!