In its newest iteration the Brooks Cascadia 14 Trail Running Shoe is lighter and more streamlined than ever, helping you dart and dance through rocky and technical trails with ease. Previously designed as a sort of hybrid hiker/trail runner, the Cascadia's new weight-shedding design places it more firmly in the trail running category, so those who like to move a little more quickly on the trail will find plenty to love. A new TrailTack outsole features ample lugs and grippy rubber to keep you moving fast even when you encounter a few gnarly trail sections or a bought of rainy weather. Meanwhile, Brooks' pressure-sensitive midsole technology works to adapt to your weight, pace, and running surface to give you the perfect level of cushioning for each and every run, no matter the terrain or workout. If you're familiar with previous versions of the Cascadia you'll recognize the Pivot Post system in the midsole. The pivots are reduced in size to save weight, but still work as a suspension system to keep your stride stable and steady when you're running on rugged and uneven surfaces. Other updates include a mesh upper with fewer overlays for a lighter weight and greater breathability, as well as the use of durable Cordura for the mudguard to ensure that your romps through the slop don't come at the cost of a new pair of socks.
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Brooks Cascadia 14 Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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