Closeouts. Smooth out your ride while feeding your long-distance drive in Brooks' Glycerin 9 running shoes. These maximize support, control and shock absorption by combining DNA and BioMoGo midsole cushioning with OmegaFlex Grooves on the sole.
Reviewed by Robert the athelete from Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday, March 22, 2013
I took a chance on ordering the Brooks Glycrin 9 after doing my research on supination, etc.... The 9B fit perfect out of the box, I did not need my inserts (expensive ones), and I will be ordering more of these wonders to correct my supination.
Reviewed by livin the dream from Fla. on Friday, March 15, 2013
The shoes are a very good fit with great support. I have narrow feet with high arches, and these shoes are just what I needed.
They came with red laces which are pretty ugly, but I didn't buy them for their appearance.
Reviewed by Ironman in Training from Colorado on Tuesday, March 5, 2013
This shoe feels like slipping on a pillow right out of the box - it's supper cushy yet supportive. My initial perception of the shoe was that I was going to like them more than my Nike Vomeros (another high-end neutral running shoe). That was until I did an extended training run up Waterton Canyon (~13 miles round trip). The shoes felt great for the first 7-8 miles, however I developed a hotspot under the balls of my feet. There is a portion of square tread located almost squarely under the ball of my feet (on a size 9 shoe).
If you're a newer runner looking for a cushy shoe or simply plan on doing runs in 10K range - especially on hard surfaces - I highly recommend this shoe. However, if you are running extended distances, I wouldn't recommend them.
Reviewed by running one from Chapel Hill, NC on Friday, February 15, 2013
These shoes are great and wonderful for outdoor and indoor running. They run slightly bigger than the Brooks DYAD I was running with previously, but there's ample room in the toe box so I'm very happy!
Reviewed by Belly from Perth, Western Australia on Wednesday, January 30, 2013
You get what you pay for but you don't have to pay top dollar. Glycerin are my preferred Brooks running shoe and paying that little bit extra is worth it as they last longer than some of the cheaper Brooks.