Cascadia 12 GTX Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Brooks
Just because wet weather has settled in for the day or the season, doesn't mean you have to forgo your favorite trails in favor of the road. Instead, lace up the Brooks Women's Cascadia 12 GTX Trail Running Shoe and get to racking up those miles. For the second year, the Cascadia is available to you in a Gore-Tex edition, so you're able to run through wet and damp conditions of all shapes and kinds. Ultimately, the Gore-Tex membrane provides you with premium waterproof protection and ample breathability. And since the Cascadia GTX edition features the same dependable construction as its non-waterproof cousin, you can expect the same performance from the Cascadia. However, if you're unfamiliar, the long and short of it is that the Cascadia is versatile, springy, and comfortable. The longhand version is the grippy rubber sole is designed with integrated Crash Pad flex segments that provide unprecedented sensitivity and control on all sorts of terrain. Meanwhile, the BioMoGo DNA midsole provides lightweight cushioning and shock attenuation to propel through transitions. And the addition of a forefoot Rock Shield keeps stones from destroying your shoes and feet.
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