Comments: I found the Brooks to be true to size (half size up for street running recommended) I am six foot 240 lbs with a high arch and wide foot. The adrenaline 10 are amazing and comfortable too. They do not feel clunky as others have mentioned, they are running shoes not marine boots, I know the difference trust me. You won't be disappointed, I have tried all other brands and only Salomon comes close with the durability and fit.
From: John, Wantagh, New York, United States
Comments: Comfortable shoe except for the tread, the "tracktor tread" design picks up way too many rocks - even when you stick to the sidewalks or roads.
From: Doug, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Comments: I have been a fan of Brooks for many years but they missed the mark on this one, feels stiff, heavy and clunky. The ghost 5 is a better choice for less money. this is not an improvement on the glycerine 9 in my opinion.
From: Greg, Glendale, AZ
Comments: Feels like a cushy pair of cinder blocks. Attractive and feel nice on your feet, but not particularly conducive to running fast. Might still be good for heavyset, low mileage runners who heel strike. Everyone else can do better for less money.
From: Nick, Storrs, CT, USA
Comments: Brooks blew it. The new sole over corrects the foot with the rail sole along the outside of the foot strike. Shoe feels soft on impact but stiff through movement. I have been a fan of the Glycerin line for quite a few years, but these shoes at $140.00 a piece are disappointing. I would recommend taking a test ride in them at a local shop before forking over the money for a pair.
From: John, Saginaw MI USA
Comments: Nice smooth ride with a slightly roomier fit. Chocolate for the feet!
From: Winston, Vancouver, bc. Canada