Brooks Cascadia

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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True to the trail, Brooks Cascadia 9 offers rock shield protection and 4-point pivot posts that balance like an SUV's independent suspension system. The BioMoGo DNA midsole offers adaptive, long-lasting cushioning, and the full-length Crash Pad delivers smooth heel-to-toe transition.

- EMS

A cushioned workhorse for running on rougher trails, these shoes feature adaptable posts to adjust to terrain irregularities for greater stability. Durable synthetic leather/nylon mesh uppers are lightweight and airy for quick-drying and -draining performance. Nylon linings absorb and disperse moisture for enhanced comfort; removable insoles add cushioning. Midsoles feature S-257™, a special EVA compound formulated to resist compression and rebound more quickly than standard EVA. Medial and lateral Pivot™ post system helps outsoles adapt, reduce and stabilize uneven surfaces. Silicone-based HydroFlow® system at heel and forefeet feature a fluid-filled center chamber that dampens shock. Forefoot Ballistic Rock Shields™ are a reinforced ballistic textile material designed to protect feet from sharp point-load pressures from rocks. HPR™ outsoles are made of high-density carbon rubber for outstanding durability and feature aggressive lugs for maximum trail bite.

- REI

This Brooks Cascadia trail running shoe for women features Pivot posts which destabilize trail irreglarities, allowing the gait to remain neutral and supported. The Ballistic Rock Shield between the outsole and midsole disperses point-load pressure from rocks and keeps a flexible forefoot for a terrain-compliant ride and the upper is well ventilated, quick draining, quick drying.

- FogDog Sports