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Brooks
Cascadia 7 Shoe (Men's) (no-sku-product)

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Designed from the ground up, the men's Brook's Cascadia 7 defines what a trail shoe should be: rugged without sacrificing runnability. Infused with Brooks technology and a bit of insight from ultrarunner Scott Jurek, this amazing piece of equipment features an asymmetric upper that anatomically wraps the foot with conforming materials, a ballistic rock shield and toe protector for dicey terrain, and four-point pivot posts that act like a suspension system for your feet. Top it off with an intuitive lug pattern and this trailblazer is ready to tackle even the toughest terrain.

Features

  • Category: Trail/Neutral
  • Platform: Universal Sprung
  • Construction: Strobel
  • Brooks DNA: Anatomical
  • Brooks' True Blue Guarantee

Gender: Men's
Weight: 12.2 oz
Fit: Neutral/Trail
Shoe Sole: Universal Sprung Platform
Season: S12
Vendor ProductId: 110115
Review ProductId: 29237

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5.0

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5.0

Protective, supportive, and fairly light

By Matt

from Chattanooga, TN

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Pros

  • Adequate cushioning
  • Comfortable for long runs
  • Lots of toe room
  • Relatively light weight
  • Shaped More Like The Foot
  • Toe And Foot Protection

Cons

  • Smaller Lugs Than Others

Best Uses

  • Distance Trail Running
  • Hiking

These are my only trail running shoes, and I put them to the test a couple of weeks ago, running the R/C stump jump 50k. Many times I saw other runners slide in spots where I did not. At least once, I landed hard on a pointy rock at midfoot, and my foot was totally protected. Later in the race as I was not picking my feet up so well, I kicked some rocks and roots very hard, the toe protection held up well. For the amount of protection and support you get, I think these are very light weight and comfortable.

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