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Brooks Glycerin 10 --- do you like them?

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

New running shoes!

I tried on several. My feet were videotaped in action on a treadmill. The Brooks Glycerin 10 fit better than the others.

These shoes are replacing two pairs of Brooks Ravenna 3. I was happy in these shoes until they suddenly gave up the ghost. My legs felt heavy, my feet slapped the ground. The one week older pair have 275 miles. I know the experts say to expect them to die and need replacement at 300 - 500 miles.

I'm nervous about purchasing another pair of (expensive!!!!) Brooks. Anybody been wearing Brooks Glycerin 10 --- and are they holding up for you?
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    I dunno! Are they working for you? I run in a pair of Merrill barefoot or New Balance Zeros and before that I was wearing the Asics Cumulus. I don't know that I've ever worn a pair of Brooks? Hope they work out.
    1826 days ago
    no mine come from Kohl's and are generic walking shoes not a real runner. don't know how many miles but a lot they are over a year old emoticon enjoy the new shoes .
    Looking forward to the new team format come the end of the month. Barb wrote a great blog on change and then the Email arrived on the team changes . hope things are going good for you and you are enjoying those new shoes. emoticon
    1832 days ago
    Ohhhh... very curious, since I tend to turn my feet. Now I'll have to go looking for these. (Not that we have any fancy shoe stores out this way... but next time I travel north.)
    1838 days ago
    I never even heard of them!
    1839 days ago
    I have the really popular Brooks that over-pronators are supposed to use... I love my Brooks. But I don't know about the Glycerins specifically. So ... yea, not helpful. Nevermind, and good luck!
    1839 days ago
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