Brooks Cascadia 15 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Brooks Cascadia 15 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Brooks Cascadia 15 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Cascadia 15 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Brooks
Tackle uneven terrain, rock-laden trails, and fallen log bridges with comfort and confidence in the Brooks Cascadia 15 Trail Running Shoe. Amazing stability comes to you with a Pivot Post system that creates stabilizing suspension to help you cruise over the uneven terrain, which, when combined with the TrailTack Rubber sole, allows you to tackle rugged, wet, or try trails. The Ballistic Rock Shield provides on-the-go protection from hidden roots, protruding rocks, and other debris, while the BioMoGo DNA midsole adapts to your specific weight, pace, gait, and running surface because not all runners (or runs) are created equally.

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SKU: BRJG01W
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