Comments: I worn ghost 5 & 6 for years. When to buy another pair, but it was ghost 7. Not the same. It hurt my feet so bad. I return them hoping when the new ghost 8 comes out I will but another pair. So far I am wearing the old ones. I work on cement floors all day so I need a pair of good shoes. I hope I can find another pair in a 7 wide on the web somewhere .
From: Mabel, Col. OH, USA. January 18th 2015
Comments:I am a fairly new runner between pavement and treadmill and had a pair of asics gt 1000 that I have worn to death. Have previously tried cumulus 14, Pegasus, and kayanos. Was recommended the Brooks Ghost 7 by my running coach and have to say I'm quite impressed. Normally I have issues finding comfortable shoes given I'm a neutral runner with extremely low arches, who isn't the lightest, but prefer barefoot running to anything, given all of my foot issues. The Ghost7 are amazing and no need for the orthotics I have to use normally in prior running shoes. Definitely recommend to others to try and keep an open mind regardless of past experience of the Brooks Ghost family shoes.
From: Anonymous, Atlanta, GA, USA. July 20th 2014
Comments: I typically run 20-30 miles per week between treadmill, pavement, and trails. I wore the Brooks Glycerin 11 previously and loved it, but wanted to try something with a little bit firmer ride. I wear Brooks almost exclusively - no other brand even comes close to fitting my foot the way Brooks does. I put these on and immediately fell in love - I even asked to wear them out of the store! My first couple of runs in them were shorter than usual, and I have yet to take them out for more than 6 miles at a time, but I have absolutely no complaints thus far. I didn't experience any of the typical 'breaking in' issues (blisters, hot spots, joint aches, etc...). I will definitely be recommending these to all of my neutral-footed friends! :)
From: Anika, MN, USA. June 12th 2014