Despite all of our PBs, fat-burning dietary endeavors, and endless training, we can't all be like the Tarahumara. However, after an ego-crushing uphill jaunt, the Brooks Women's Mazama Trail Running Shoe can certainly make you feel as though you were born to run freely and effortlessly. Boasting the title of Brooks' lightest trail running shoe, the Mazama features a barely-noticeable, breathable, and supportive upper that's outfitted with a DWR treatment for protection against puddles and light precipitation. To further bolster its title, the Mazama features a removable foam insole that allows you to customize your support should you require it, while the BioMoGo DNA midsole is highly adaptive and responsive, ensuring impact absorption from mile one all the way to mile 11. The Propulsion Plate cultivates a stable platform from which you propel power transmission, and is further supported by the full-length segmented Crash Pad which ultimately ensures a fast heel-to-toe transition so you can make the most of your stride. Additionally, a decoupled midfoot allows for an au-natural, flexible feeling when it comes to tackle rocky and technical terrain, and the rubber outsole is equal parts sticky and grippy, so you're able to put the pedal to the medal and go for that PB, even if you aren't a Tarahumara.
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