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Brooks PureCadence 2 Lightweight Running Shoe - Womens

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Item # 295703
UPC # 883439717158

The women's lightweight PureCadence 2 performance running shoe from Brooks was built for the mild to moderate over-pronator and provides a responsive ride. In general, runners should expect these minimal lace-ups to last approximately 250-300 miles.

This women's running shoe is best for the neutral to overpronator. What is pronation?

  • Highly breathable mesh upper with no-sew synthetic overlays for lightweight support and less irritation
  • Lace-up closure
  • Reflective elements for increased visibility in low-light conditions
  • Lightly padded collar and tongue for comfort
  • Elastic Nav Band™ wraps midfoot for a snug fit
  • Soft fabric lining
  • Removable contoured insole provides great underfoot cushioning
  • BioMoGo™ midsole provides added cushioning and is environmentally friendly
  • DNA™ cushioned midsole provides customized comfort and a more responsive ride
  • Split-toe groove in forefoot allows extra connection and engagement with the ground
  • Textured rubber pods on outsole for added durability and traction
  • Flex grooves allow for enhanced flexibility and a smoother stride
  • 4mm drop from heel to toe
  • Weight: 7.45 oz. (women's size 7)
  • Imported
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*Your pronation type is determined by the natural motion your feet apply throughout your running gait. When you pronate your foot rolls from either the outer edge, inner edge or not at all. If your foot rolls to the outer edge when you run, you are an underpronator, if it rolls to the inner edge you are a overpronator and if your foot doesn't roll at all you are a neutral or stable runner.

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Overall Product Rating: 
( 3 out of 5 )
By:  CricketNYC
Location:  Brooklyn
July 16, 2014
"Very supportive, but hard to get on and off. The tongue is stitched to the side of the shoe on one side, so they're harder to maneuver your foot into and out of. Every time I put them on, I feel like they're a bit too small, but get used to them fairly quickly, and then don't want to take them off."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 5 out of 5 )
By:  mcdsw
Location:  New York
July 07, 2014
My new "go-to" shoe for running
"This was the first shoe I bought when I started regularly running (3-6 miles per day, about 3-4 times per week, on pavement) after going to a running store and having my gait analyzed. I am an overpronator, like cushioning, and also recently started mid-foot/forefood running. Although I still occasionally have injured toenails from the repetitive trauma of running, these shoes have worked really well for me and I just bought 2 more pairs! I usually wear an 8.5M but ended up getting these in 9 because I needed the width (they are a little long, though)."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 5 out of 5 )
By:  GadflyofBethesda
Location:  Bethesda
July 02, 2014
Fantastic shoe at a great price
"Yes they do run small I had to go up half a size, which I did not really mind because theses shoes not only feel great but look great as well. They are a lightweight entry level minimalist running shoe that also offers a lot of arch support. I find them very stable. They are an absolute blast to run in. They make you want to go fast."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 4 out of 5 )
By:  mynameissue
Location:  ga
June 24, 2014
comfy, if a bit tight
"I currently deal with plantar's fasciitis on one foot, and also have high insteps. This shoe is a comfort to both, but they squeeze my forefoot. Bummer is that it is only available in a M width, even from the manufacturer. If you have zero issues with a M width, you'll be okay."
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