Closeouts. Named "Editor's Choice" for 2011 by Runner's World Magazine, Brooks' Ravenna 2 running shoes feature exclusive DNA midsole cushioning to help reduce foot fatigue and provide maximum shock attenuation. Designed for mild overpronators, these lightweight runners provide exceptional response, corrective support, agility and energy return, making them perfect for both long-distance training and racing.
Brooks DNA midsole technology provides 30% more cushioning and twice the energy return over conventional gels or EVA materials
Breathable air mesh upper with synthetic leather overlays
DRB® (Diagonal Rollbar) Accel provides torsional rigidity to midfoot
BioMoGo midsole material adds cushioning and features a non-toxic additive to breakdown faster after disposal
Universal Platform shoe last built for runners with a medium to high arch
Dense EVA compound and thermoplastic urethane arch shank
Traction rubber outsole with a caterpillar crash pad provides a smooth landing zone
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Reviewed by Wizard from Richmond, VA on Saturday, October 6, 2012
-Came back to Brooks after a ten-year hiatus and glad I did. -I average 15-20 miles a week on pavement and trails - this shoe performs well on both. Well-cushioned, lightweight, excellent traction. -Recommend ordering a half-size larger than you normally would for this model.
Arch Type: Average Arch
Best Uses: Road Running
Describe Yourself: Avid Athlete
Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Cushions Impact, Good Traction, Lightweight
Reviewed by Running Crow from Central NC on Tuesday, September 11, 2012
This is my first experience with the Ravenna 2, after three pair of the first generation Ravenna. The toebox seems a bit wider (true to width) when compared with the narrow fit of the Ravenna. (Good or bad depending on your preference.) The length is comparable to the Ravenna and shoe is as comfortable and durable as ever. Good shoe and great buy on closeout.