Brooks PureGrit 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Brooks PureGrit 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Brooks PureGrit 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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PureGrit 6 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Brooks
From short, steep mountain climbs to long desert trails, enjoy comfort and support while you run in the Brooks Women's PureGrit 6 Trail Running Shoe. Designed with a breathable mesh upper that's overlaid with a 3D rubber print, this shoe offers an impeccable fit and feel. The BioMoGo DNA midsole offers lightweight and adaptive cushioning on rugged, bumpy, and uneven surfaces, while a rock shield protects your foot from bruising on harsh terrain. The PureGrit is finished with a sticky, flexible sole with hex lugs to deliver unwavering grip and traction in changing environments. The shoe's neutral support caters to runners with medium to high arches.

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