Tag Archives: dynamic stability shoes

Brooks Ravenna 10: What You Need to Know

As we saw with the Brooks Adrenaline 19, Brooks is completely shaking up the way they approach stability in running shoes. They’re ditching the old density posting for GuideRails, a dynamic stability system meant to guide your ankles and knees into alignment while running, as opposed to trying to correct for a certain amount of […]

Brooks Adrenaline 19: What You Need to Know

For decades, stability running shoes have been largely associated with stability posts. A stability post is an extra-dense piece of material used in the inside (or medial) part of the shoe, usually in the part of the midsole right under the arch of the foot. Stability shoes have varying sizes and densities of these posts — […]

Brooks Bedlam: What You Need to Know

Brooks is in the mood to experiment! Last year, they introduced a springy, responsive foam called DNA Amp, which they first used in the Brooks Levitate. The Levitate was a fun, fast shoe that ended up being a popular choice as a long-distance racing shoe and trainer alike. Unfortunately, it was also out of the reach […]