Adrenaline ASR 13 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Brooks
While some folks prefer to end their week with a bit of line dancing, you're more inclined to don a different pair of dancing shoes--the Brooks Women's Adrenaline ASR 13 Trail Running Shoe. After all, the closest thing you'll get to doing the do-si-do is high stepping over rocks and roots as you cruise downhill. The Adrenaline ASR 13 is designed specifically for runners who overpronate, with a 12mm drop and segmented crash pad to ensure a smooth transition underfoot. The versatile BioMoGo DNA midsole provides a springy feel and assures ample shock attenuation, which ultimately makes longer runs more enjoyable. A tri-density Progressive Diagonal Rollbar creates a smooth transition from midstance to propulsion. Brooks redesigned this shoe's upper with breathable mesh and a DWR treatment to shed wet spray. A rugged, high-abrasion HPR Plus outsole provides ample traction and durability to help you conquer rocky roads or muddy trails.
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