Time for new shoes again. Because the new Asics GT-2000 was not supportive enough for me, I got me Brooks Adrenaline 13. Their Go-To-Shoe. (GTS)

brooks adrenaline gts

They feel more stable (wider) and softer at speed. Whenever I slow down to stop running it feels less stable, too soft. But who wants to stop running 😉

I’m planning something big with these shoes and sure hope they are up for it.

4 thoughts on “Brooks Adrenaline 13

  1. Oh, what are your plans? It’s funny, because I’ve been hunting for the right shoe to run my first trail ultramarathon this year, and am currently seriously flirting with the Brooks Cascadia… Will Brooks take both of us to new limits this year?

    • The plan is to run a marathon this year. It will be my first. Currently I’m injured and not sure if this is going to be my debut year.
      I’ve been running on Asics for my whole running career. Switching to Brooks was a huge step. Our local running shop advised me the GTS as the GT-2000 was to soft for me. I pronate and need support in my running shoes. I do miss the light feel/snog fit of the Asics, but the Brooks are the best choice for now.

      • Oh no, what a shame! I hope you are resting well and will recover soon. The year has only just begun, you might run a marathon yet. I’m crossing everything for you – a marathon is a wonderful journey and adventure. Incidentally, I run in Asics shoes on the road as well – I use the cushioned Kayano for long and easy runs, and the amazingly light Hyperspeed 5 racing flats for speedwork and races. However, although I find their door-to-trail shoe (the Trabuco 2) super comfortable, it’s sadly too heavy to run a whole ultra. In any case, I look forward to hearing all about how you get on with your recovery and training for the marathon, whenever you are ready to begin!

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