Men's Brooks Pure Cadence 7 Running Shoes

Item No. 1014-110274
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1014-110274
Lightweight support to be one with your run. Running should feel as natural as walking. So we designed a lightweight, flexible shoe with dynamic cushioning that adapts to your unique stride. Then we incorporated a lightweight support system that actively guides your knees and joints into proper alignMent. It’s engineering that ensures nothing interrupts the rhythm of running.

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Best version since the original
I have had several versions of the Pure Cadence including the original release. Every time they changed it they made something worse. But this one they got right. It is by far the best version Brooks has put out that I have purchased. I am training for a half marathon 10 weeks from now, running 5 days a week. I only have 60 miles on the shoes so far since I switch off with another older version each day. I have always gotten good wear out of the Pure Cadence and expect to get the same out of these, about 500 miles. I weigh 170 and run high cadence (190+ strides per minute) with a midfoot strike.
February 28, 2019
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I would purchase this show again!
I run a decent amount of miles a week on these shoes. At first, I thought that the shoe looked like it would not give me enough support/cushion for this kind of mileage. I only used these shoes for speed workouts for a season, but then I realized that they are a solid long-run shoe. Ever since I've gone "full-time", I have been pain free!
February 26, 2019
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Mostly loved them
I bought these for my son who had previously worned several pairs of Pure Cadence 6 shoes. These came out to beat least half a size bigger for the same size number. We just ordered him a smaller size and he loves them as much if not more than the 6s.
February 22, 2019
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Great Feel and Cushion
This was my first time wearing the Pure Cadence. They are a great feeling shoe. Super light so you can feel to road, yet have great support. I fell in love with the Brooks Pure Flow last year and these could be at the top of my favorite shoe list as well. I love the lightweight feel, the responsiveness of the sole, and the extra space in the toe box. I am a 6'2" 200 lb runner
February 19, 2019
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Overall great!!
Súper confortable!! Love how the shoe provide arch and heal support. My feet don't hurt after a long run or intense workout.
February 18, 2019
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I would buy this producg again only if it is on clearence
It is very comfortable, great colors and looks good.
February 13, 2019
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Love this version.
Used to run in earlier versions but then Brooks changed completely and I could not run in them. Thought I would give them another try as I used to really love the Brook's products, this shoe and the Adrenaline. With this version they really have it right. Just the right amount of comfort and stability. These are a great 24 hour shoe from run to gym to store. I hope they only tweak the future versions and do not do another 180 degree change to a shoe I do not even recognize. It is great the way it is right now.
February 6, 2019
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Perfect balance of weight and support
My favorite running shoe. Perfect balance of weight and support.
January 28, 2019
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Pure cadence
I switch this pair with another couple of pairs for z marathon i have in March
January 13, 2019
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Like but liked the older version a bit better
I like walking in Brooks shoes. I walk daily. The Pure Cadence that came out maybe two years ago was more cushy for me. They felt like a glove on my feet. I felt almost barefoot walking in them. These seem more structured and not as soft. I ordered thinking this Pure Cadence would have the same feel. They don't. But I still like them.
January 9, 2019
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