It’s pretty standard that most shoes have a break-in process. Meaning, at first the fit is not entirely formed to the shape of your foot. Trial runs ensure the shoe fits the way you want it to. The Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe takes the break-in process one step further.
The Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe is not your typical running shoe. Why? The answer lies in the midsole.
As a runner, you’re always tasked to adapt. So shouldn’t you have a running shoe that can do the same? That’s where the BioMoGo DNA midsole comes into play. With every route, stride, and race, the Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe is always adapting to fit the way you run by using a material that adapts to the specific force you apply to it. So when we say this is your shoe, we really mean it.
Moving down, you’ll notice the Omega Flex Grooves on the bottom of your shoe. Not only is this shoe adaptable based on its user, but it’s also incredibly flexible. The Engineered Mesh along the upper of the shoe adds to its flexibility and even enhances breathability.
Finally, the shoe’s upper is lined with the waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX membrane. That means your feet will stay dry both inside and out, guaranteed.
BioMoGo DNA cushioning throughout the shoe gives you plenty of comfort both on and off the track. The mesh upper on the Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe is stretchy, but still offers plenty of structure where needed. This shoe is ideally fit for runners with a medium to high arch. If you’re unsure of your personal pronation, Runner’s World has a great write-up on the matter here.
When running in the Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe, your best bet is to stick with firm footing (street, sidewalks, and dirt paths). But even if the rainstorms come, these shoes live for puddle weather thanks to the GORE-TEX lining through the shoe’s upper.
Ready to own your run with the Brooks Ghost 9 GTX® Shoe? Then order your own pair today!
Still looking for “the one?” We have plenty of running shoes with GORE-TEX lining to choose from.