Brooks Men's Launch 6
    • Imported
    • Rubber sole
    • SHOE SIZE: “D” = Medium width
    • THIS SHOE IS FOR: This is a great option for neutral, efficient runners who don’t like a super soft shoe. It has just-right spring and is light enough to be a race shoe for longer distances like the marathon.
    • ENERGIZED FEEL: Delivers a responsive and springy ride to add extra lift to your stride without compromising support or speed.
    • SPRINGY CUSHIONING: BioMoGo DNA midsole cushioning and rebounding rubber create a springy feel underfoot.
    • LIGHTWEIGHT FIT: The one-piece mesh upper and internal bootie are so light and breezy, they feel like they’re not even there.


 

Buyer’s Guide

How to Buy Running Shoes. Running shoes can have a huge impact on how comfortable you run, whether it’s on a local trail, in the forest, or during a marathon. The right pair can also help prevent accidents and injury, and 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. Shop Strategically. Be prepared to spend some money. There is no hard and fast rule on how much it costs to spend on a pair of sneakers, but you can usually expect around $70-120. Running shoes are an investment: the right pair will help you run comfortably and avoid injury and accidents. Buying a good pair of sneakers now can save you money on treatment bills or physical therapist appointments. Don’t be fooled into buying cheap sneakers just because you found them in a cheap basement. You also shouldn’t consume too many products from the latest brands that claim to be using the very latest racing technology. It is unlikely that any of these options will be the perfect shoe for you.