Brooks Mazama Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Brooks Mazama Trail Running Shoe - Men's
$139.95
Mazama Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Brooks
Price subject to change | SKU: BRJ001X

Brooks Mazama Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Pick your way skillfully up loose, rock-laced trails, fly along smooth stretches of singletrack, and dance down steep, technical descents in the Brooks Mazama Trail Running Shoe, and you'll see why this newcomer has earned itself some enthusiastic attention from the running world glossies. With a nearly seamless upper hugging your foot like your favorite pair of socks and a lightweight, responsive midsole, the Mazama yearns for all-day adventures and fast after-work tempos on the trails. As most running shoes are doing, the Mazama embraces the trend of sock-like uppers. Its stretchy-but-supportive double-layer mesh is breathable, light, and excels at giving your toes space to splay and stretch as you navigate unpredictable terrain. Brooks made an effective choice to uncouple the midfoot from the forefoot and heel; rather than using one continuous piece of foam, it used its BioMoGo DNA cushioning in two separate pieces to give the shoe greater torsional flex. Essentially, this gives you far better control on slick spots and inconsistent bumps. A lightweight propulsion plate underneath the forefoot does double-duty as a light rock plate, so attack sharp rock scatters aggressively knowing the shoe will provide some protection. A versatile 6mm drop suits the Mazama for a broad range of distances and workout, while a gusseted tongue keeps errant rock and gravel from interrupting your stride.

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