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10 years and still going strong. The Adrenaline GTS 10 offers the smoothest heel transition within it's heritage. That says quite a lot for an industry leading model. The combination of great support for moderate to severe over-pronation, good durability and a nice ride makes this shoe a staple for tons of runners.

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How It Fits (based on width D) Width B=Narrow, Width D=Medium, Width 2E=Wide, Width 4E=Extra Wide

  • Sizing: Standard running shoe length
  • Heel: Medium to narrow
  • Midfoot: Low to medium volume
  • Forefoot: Medium
  • Toe-Box height: Medium-low
  • Arch Structure: Medium height

Weight: 11.4 oz (size 9)

Midsole Height: Heel (24mm), Forefoot (12mm)

Product Lifecycle

  • Release date: January 2010 (new color), model release date November 2009
  • Model discontinued: December 2010
  • Model update: January 2011, Adrenaline GTS 11
  • Heritage: Adrenaline GTS 9



The Adrenaline GTS 10 is a moderate feature, moderate support shoe designed for daily training and high mileage. It is built with a semi-curved shape.


  • Hydroflow ST is located in the heel and is cushioning device which consists of a chamber filled with viscous fluid. Hydroflow ST is designed to attenuate shock, dampen impact forces, and provide added heel stability.
  • Forefoot Hydroflow is located where the metatarsal head region of the foot rests in the shoe. Forefoot Hydroflow is designed to attenuate shock and dampen forces.
  • BioMoGo is Brook's premium midsole material. BioMoGo is designed to offer resilient cushioning and extends the full length of the midsole. BioMoGo is also environmentally friendly, as it will biodegrade 50 times faster in a landfill compared to traditional foam midsoles.
  • Progressive Diagonal Rollbar (PDRB) begins at the medial heel and extends through to the medial forefoot. PDRB is a tri-density BioMoGo construction which is designed to smoothly reduce excess pronation.
  • DRB Accel is located at the bottom of the midsole in the midfoot. DRB Accel is an injected thermoplastic polyurethane unit which is intended to balance support and torsional rigidity with responsiveness for smooth and fast heel-to-toe movement.
  • Stable Pod Configuration is a midsole/outsole design pattern intended to set the foot up for an efficient, balanced position from heel to toe. The focus of this design is on stability and responsiveness.
  • Element Mesh is a moisture-managing, breathable mesh that covers large expanses of of the upper.
  • Synthetic Overlays are strategically located with the purpose of providing a secure fit.
  • Element Linings lie along the underside of the upper to aid in moisture transfer and comfort.
  • Internal Support Saddle is located in the midfoot with the purpose of providing a more secure midfoot fit.
  • Midfoot Wrap is asymmetrical and is filled in on the medial side to offer great support.
  • Profile Sockliner sits underfoot and is made of BioMoGo for cushioning and forms a contoured support sensastion.
  • Cushsole S-257 and Combination Last combine a rearfoot fiberboard for rigidity with a layer of advanced foam for underfoot comfort.
  • HPR Plus is a form of high abrasion-resistant rubber and is located in the heel.
  • Blown Rubber is located in the forefoot to provide responsiveness and flexibilty.
  • Stable Pod Configuration is a midsole/outsole design pattern intended to set the foot up for an efficient, balanced position from heel to toe. The focus of this design is on stability and responsiveness.

Footwear Performance Characteristics

Pronation Control: What's This?

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

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

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

Stack Height:

  • Barefoot
  • Minimal
  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • Maximal


  • Road
  • Road-Trail
  • Hard Trail
  • Varied Trail
  • Soft Trail

Shoe Type:

  • Premium
  • Standard
  • Performance
  • Racing

Customer Reviews

Comments: Have been running in these for several years.  For some reason the GTS10s are running bigger in the heel.  This is similar to an earlier post.  Not sure why things changed
From: Ken, NY, NY, USA

Comments:  Thought I was doomed when Adidas quit making the Super Nova Classic. One pair of Brooks Adrenalene 10's and now I say "Super who?" Great shoe !!
From: Mark, San Diego, CA, USA

Comments:  The Adrenaline 10 adds all the little extras that make you look forward to a run. Great transition from heel to toe. Like the 8 the forefoot is the best, springy and with very durable cushioning (MoGo rocks!). The heel is a huge upgrade -the crashpad really smooths out the ride without throwing off stability. Snug fit, barely needs lacing. Don't miss this shoe!
From: Henry, Portland, ME, USA

Comments: I like the GTS10's fit when I put them on. However, I ran 4 miles today (they are brand new), and my foot arch starting hurting. I don't know if that is because they are new, or, my foot changed. However, I love the GTS Adrenaline Brook series, so, I am going to give it a few more tries.
From: Kurt, Cloquet, MN, USA

Comments: Compared to the 9, the 10 has a softer heel strike, better midfoot wrap and a narrower toe box. The 10 feels more soft and cushy, but the 9 seems to have better road feel and a more flexible forefoot. I like the overall feel of the 10 a lot, but the updated toe box gives me blisters, so I have to go back to the 9.
From: David, Oakland, CA

Comments: Still giving this one a chance. Have worn the Adrenaline for years. Just bought two more pairs from Running Warehouse, a GTS 9 and a GTS 10. I'm a bit worried about the 10's. The opening around the ankle seems unusually large, and I can't get my heel to stop slipping. Don't notice it on the Adrenaline 9's or the previous versions. 
From: Eric, Flower Mound, TX

Comments: Much better than the 9s, which felt hard and hurt my knees. Much more like the 7s and 8s, which is a very good thing. These also hug your foot more.
From: Noah, San Diego, CA

Comments: I've worn the 8's and now the 10s. For me, the 10s have a more natural fit and feel, better cushion and turnover, and feel a shade lighter on my feet. The fit is snug, but not cramped and holds my foot perfectly. Cushioning also seems to be dialed in, not too firm or spongy. Great support and stability, as always. I agree with Brooks-- they nailed it.
From: David, Silver Spring, MD

Comments: Ran six miles right out of the box. Great fit, overall great shoe. I transitioned from the GTS 8's to the 10's and it felt like no change at all. Feels a lot more like the 8's than the 9's, with a touch more stability.
From: Matt, St. Paul, MN

Comments: WOW!!!! What a great fit and ride! Love it!
From: Steven, Kent, WA