Brooks Transcend Men's Shoes Grey/Electric/Black Customer feedback

Comments: Had a test run in these at a local store. Very cushioned and seemed a bit lighter than my New Balance 860 V3. Feels a lot like the Nike Pegasus Shield I had before and my more minimalist Brooks. I had to stop running in those as they didn't quite support me right. These Transcends didn't have as much support in the back on the sides of my heel as the 860s and I was starting to get pain after 2 miles at the bones at the base of my big toe just forward of the arch, just like those Nike's that nearly made me stop running. Probably going to get a pair of NB 860 V4 instead.
From: Jeremy, West Lafayette, IN, USA. 2/26/14

Comments: Pretty much everything Mike said. Compared to Hoka Stinson's, the feel is more conventional (lower), but still very cushioned. As Mike, the shoes encourages a really smooth stride. When I ran with weight on, I could tell the shoe worked even better so I think it would work even better for heavier runners. 6' 175"
From: Alex, Irvine, CA, USA. 2/18/14

Comments: Shoe has a lot of cushion. The transition from heel to toe is outstanding. I'm 5'9" 185lbs. I've run in a lot of brooks shoes from the Pure Cadence to the Adrenalines. I usually run in Ravenna's but I thought I'd give these a try. I'm glad I did. The shoe is low to ground and responsive. It's a heavier shoe but you can't really tell when you have them on. The upper is comfortable but it doesn't really lock the heel into place, a little slip. I also had a little hot spot in the front of my left arch. I'm hoping that goes away. I'll update more as I run more. Overall very satisfied with this shoe.
From: Mike, Yorktown, Virginia, USA. 2/17/14

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