Brooks PureCadence 3 Men's Shoes Caribbean/Black/Red Customer feedback

Comments: I am a long time lurker of Running Warehouse for their snapshot information that makes it easy to compare shoes. I recently changed running forms from a light heel striker to mid-foot runner after issues with the ole' knees. I ran 400+ in Mizuno Inspires giving just a tad or motion control for the pronation issues. I love(d) these shoes. I was looking for something lighter, less heel drop and more of a minimalist line. I visited a local store that had just brought these out (version 3 that is)... and loved he feel. I left with high hopes that the money spent (still not accustomed to spending this much on shoes but know that it is is money well spent). I love this shoe! There - I said it. Certainly it is lighter and has a totally different feel to it than the big-boys. It kind reminds me of the track shoes I wore in High School eons ago in some ways. There is an interesting feel in the mid-foot in that there seems to be just the right amount of cushion that seems to highlight this part of the shoe. There also is a slight amount of motion control built in for those times when I revert back to old habits (though the difference in the makeup of the shoe quickly remind you to get off of your heel). It really has a sweet spot in the mid-foot - no other way I can express it. So, if you are a pro that has worn out older versions of the Cadence, I hope you like the changes to the new. As for me, this is my first Cadence after my first love of the Mizunos. I have only a few miles of shorter runs (4-5 miles each) on these Brooks as I am adapting to the running form, but I am anxious to keep piling on the miles. I already an looking for coupons or a sale to get another set in my closet for when these start to while a bit with mileage (gotta love a bargain). Thanx for listening... gotta run! Ha!!
From: Jerry, Little Rock, AR US

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