Free Shoe Test – Brooks Pure Project

I saw a link on the Runners World forums today to a Brooks website. It seems that between February 21st and the 28th they are offering people the chance to test out some of their new Pure Proect series of shoes. I quickly signed up and confirmed that in just over a month’s time. I will be testing out a pair of the lightest and most flexible of the more minimal range, the PureDrift. If you want to join in, you can sign up here.

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“Experience the next thing to naked feet with the hyper-light PureDrift. Spread those toes with dual Toe Flex splits that allow your forefoot to flex through its three functional units, creating natural balance and a springy push-off. An anatomical last mimics the shape of your foot for a closer fit and the hardly-there upper provides just a little more coverage than a birthday suit. When you really want to feel free as a bird, remove the sockliner for a zero drop experience. No-seam construction keeps it comfortable and a soft platform mellows impact. Feet, meet feel”

I’ve never worn a pair of Brooks shoes before, but am excited about the chance to try out some new shoes in a proper running environment. They seem like they meet all the requirements I have (They’re super light and have a 4mm heel-toe drop with the insole in and 0mm without the insole) for a running shoe, but with the adequate cushioning I need for pounding the pavements of Southampton. I’ll give an update on them when I’ve had a chance to really try them out.
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  1. Pingback: Brooks Pure Project – Free Shoes for a week! | Matt Goes Long

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