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Bringing the runner close to the trails they love, the Brooks PureGrit offers moderate cushioning and a semi-firm ride. 

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The Brooks PureGrit 2 is designed to get you in touch with your favorite trail. This lightweight shoe sports a refined lug pattern for versatile, multi-directional traction on a variety of trail surfaces. Resilient cushioning delivers a responsive ride with a great feel for the ground, and a low offset design encourages a forward footstrike for running efficiency. On top, the breathable upper wraps the foot for lasting comfort, while asymmetrical lacing offers a natural yet supportive fit.

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Weight:  9.7 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: Heel (21mm), Forefoot (16mm) 

Available Widths: B=Medium

How It Fits (based on width D) 

  • Sizing: Standard running shoe length
  • Heel: Medium to narrow
  • Midfoot: Medium volume
  • Forefoot: Medium
  • Toe-Box Height: Medium to low
  • Arch Structure: Medium-low
  • Shoe Shape: Curved

INTRODUCTION

The PureGrit 3 is a minimum featured, minimum neutral shoe designed for daily training.

CUSHIONING

  • BioMoGo DNA fuses BioMoGo midsole and DNA gel cushioning technology for a fully custom responsive ride that adapts to the needs of each and every runner.

MIDSOLE

  • BioMoGo DNA fuses BioMoGo midsole and DNA gel cushioning technology for a fully custom responsive ride that adapts to the needs of each and every runner.
  • Omega Flex Groovesenhance midsole flexibility without compromising cushioning.
  • Tuned Density Midsole (TDM) material offers a custom ride that corresponds with a runner's gender and weight.
  • Toe Flex uses a toe split in the outsole/midsole materials that allows the big toe to function independently and engage the runner's natural balance during toe-off.

UPPER

  • Nav Band is a flexible, stretching band that wraps over the midfoot to help keep the foot secure.
  • Anatomical Last mimics the shape of the foot, resulting in a glove-like feel and allowing the the foot to work as a single unit.
  • Strobel Last with the upper stitched to full length fabric for a comfortable underfoot feel.

OUTSOLE

  • Ballistic Rock Shield is a thermoplastic EVA sheath layered between the outsole and midsole for protection against stone-bruising.
  • Ideal Heel consists of a curved outer heel, to encourage midfoot and forefoot striking.
  • Blown Rubber outsole offers durability, responsiveness and flexibility.

Comments: I have tried many trail shoes from new balance too reebok and these shoes are by far my favorite never wore the first ones but I love the way the shoe fits and the traction the split in the front for the toe is great. I run all types of trails from rocky and steep too flat and they do great in the rain and mud. I average about 5 miles per trail and and altitudes of up too 1200 elevation and these shoes do great. I would not recommend these for any street running strictly trail. If you do a lot of trail running I highly recommend these shoes
From: Ramiro, SLO, CA, USA. May 4th 2014

Comments: Really disappointed with this shoe, sloppy upper fit and still not enough traction, definitely not in the same league as the mix master and peregrine.
From: Matt, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Comments: Also hate to say these are disappointing. First ever blister on my heel and I can't run down steep techy stuff in them as it hits the same spot. They feel heavy compared to MT 110s. Biggest issue is that if I lace them up tight enough to hold my foot properly, my toes go numb so they have to be left a bit loose - hardly ideal for trail running.
From: Andrew, Durban, South Africa

Comments: I ran in the first model of PureGrit for many months and finished a trail marathon in them. Although the traction was not real great, I liked many features of the shoe. After switching the insole for the Peregrine insole I liked it even better and the shoe had more room in the forefoot. I bought the 2nd model and ran 40 miles in them. I twisted my ankle once and thought it was maybe a fluke. I twisted my ankle again and then turned my knee on a 12 mile run. The best I can explain it is the front of the shoe feels heavy and the concave outsole feels clumsy. Why not a flat outsole? Also the upper is way too stiff for my liking and I don't feel like my foot could flex like it needs to. I couldn't tell where midfoot was which was a great benefit of the first model. I returned the shoes after being injured for more than a week and am now in PT. All I can say is that I think this shoe might be fine for flat ground but the concave sole actually leads to less stability on most single track. In my opinion, this feature is a potentially harmful gimmick. It was almost like my forefoot was slapping the ground and I felt like I was running in clown shoes. Hopefully the 3rd model will be a marriage of the good features from the first two. Brooks seems to be experimenting with outsole designs a little too much. A good outsole does not have to be revolutionary, it just has to work.
From: Kelly, Asheville, NC, USA

Footwear Performance Characteristics

Pronation Control: What's This?

  • Neutral
    • Min
    • Mod
  • Support
    • Min
    • Mod
    • Max
  • Motion Control
    • Mod
    • Max

Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm): What's This?

  • 0
  • 1-2
  • 3-4
  • 5-6
  • 7-8
  • 9-10
  • 11+

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