Men's Brooks Bedlam Running Shoes

Item No. 1014-110283
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As the winner of the Outside Magazine’s Gear of the Year award in the 2018 Winter Buyer’s Guide, the Men’s Brooks Bedlam Running Shoes are among one of the top-rated running shoes. These shoes are an ideal pair for any road running experience ahead. With internal booties and a wraparound heel collar to keep your feet comfortable, the arrow-point midsole provides a quick heel-to-toe transition. The GuideRails holistic support system provides supportive movement while the DNA AMP energized cushioning converts your energy to fuel your run every step of the way. Don't just select any running shoe to transform your experience, choose the Men's Brooks Bedlam Running Shoe today. 
Features:
Ideal for road running
Internal booties for maximum shoe comfort
Arrow-point midsole for quick heel-to-toe transition  
Wraparound heel collar keeps your feet comfortable
Intuitive Fit Knit upper includes a heel wrap and heel tab
GuideRails holistic support system for supportive movement  
DNA AMP energized cushioning converts your energy to fuel your run
Specs:
Midsole: 8mm
Weight: 9.9oz / 280.7g
Arch: Medium, High
Experience Type: Energize

Customer Reviews

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Love them!
Fit like a glove. Great arch support and nice response.
March 6, 2019
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Slip them on and forget they are there!
I am on my second pair of Bedlam's now and foresee many more pairs in my future. At first the asymmetric tongue and the "Guide Rails" in the shoe made me unsure of how the shoe would feel and hold my foot. It didn't take long though to have the shoes feel like a natural extension of my foot and support me without feeling like it is there. Compared to more aggressive insoles or heel cups this form of support is really nice to have and keeps my feet happy on all my runs.
March 6, 2019
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I would buy this product again.
Great shoe
February 26, 2019
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Moved over from Adrenaline's
These are excellent shoes to a while to adjust to the grip of the heal (which is wonderful). My new favorite shoe. 60 days later... I ordered a second pair to wear as my daily drivers too.I have been wearing Adrenalines for 3 years I am thrilled to move to these. Just a tad more room in the box.
February 16, 2019
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Good shoe
Great stability shoe and for all day wear. I read that they run small but I found mine ran a touch big.
February 8, 2019
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Amazing running shoe. This is my shoe.
This shoe gives me the comfort and enjoyment of going that extra two or three miles more everyday.
January 28, 2019
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I would buy these shoes again
These shoes feel awesome
January 21, 2019
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Great for Wide Feet
Before I was running in a Glycerin 11 2E, but in the Bedlam the 11 in normal D width fits great. The Glycerins always felt a bit clunky, but I ran injury-free in them - the Bedlams are feeling great after the first few runs. They definitely feel springier and more responsive, I also use gel soft sol inserts. The asymmetric tongue hasn't bothered me. No heal slip, although I prefer a little more material above the heal if I'm nitpicking. The Levitate 2 was too narrow. All in all, really loving this shoe and bought 3 pairs.
January 17, 2019
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Great shoes!
Perfect shoes for me! For training I typically use the Adrenalin but these have become my racing shoes. They seem to run a half size larger than all my other brooks shoes. Got them exchanged without issues.
January 13, 2019
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On the fence but think I am really going to like them!
I just recently purchased the Bedlam, I am giving them a 5 because I think I am really going to like them but not totally sold yet and not convinced they are the best shoe for me but the knowledgeable person at the shoe store convinced me to try them. I am mostly a neutral shoe person normally wearing Glycerin's or Gel-Nimbus but have worn Adrenaline GTS and Gel Kayano. Jokingly speaking this shoe is evil in a good way, I love the energy return these shoes provide. First run in them was a 6-mile mid-week in which I beat my normal pace by 24 SPM, OK great on a 6-mile run not too big of a deal. Second run was a 15-mile run, tried to hold back and worked good for the first mile or so but found my pace increasing again which I paid for in the last few miles but again notched a personal best going from 9:54/M to 9:48/M. So, they are fast and that is something I need to adapt to but that is a great problem to have and very pleased that my second run in them was 15 miles with no hot spots from the new tongue/lace configuration or the ankle wrap changes. My last pair was Asics Gel Nimbus 19 with 350+ miles so yes these feel amazing compared to them and my body seems to like them with no serious aches or pains. The only reason I am still on the fence is they do seem to be heavy and stiff. Comparing manufacturers specs, the weight of the Bedlams and Gel Nimbus 19's is identical. So, I am thinking the heavier feel could be caused by the increase in pace I am getting with them but will post more after a several more miles. The reason my last pair were Asics is because after 4 pair of Glycerin's the last few pair did not fair well but do prefer Brooks greatly over the Asics so hoping these give me many good miles.
January 2, 2019
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