It’s no secret that the Brooks Adrenaline GTS are my favourite shoe. They are supportive, cushioned and not to mention come in a variety of colours!
I first started running in them whilst training for the London Marathon in 2018 and since, have never stopped.
In February, Brooks launched the Adrenaline GTS 22, and with it came improvements. With more DNA LOFT cushioning and GuideRails support, these improvements make your feet, and runs, feel both more comfortable and supportive.
Within less than a week of being kindly gifted these trainers from Brooks, I took on my second half marathon of the year, Reading. This was my second time running this race, and after covid, hip surgery and my recovery hindered this second chance, I was extremely excited to lace up and hit the route. Having always run in Brooks, taking on such a large distance in a brand new pair of shoes didn’t bother or phase me, but I maybe wouldn’t recommend for those who are first timers…😬
My first thoughts, as I put on the shoes on Sunday morning, were how incredibly comfy they were. I could instantly feel how cushioned they were, supportive and I felt like I was walking on clouds. And this feeling continued as I made my way round the 13.1 miles of the Reading Half.
I’m very impressed and would highly recommend if you are looking for a long run or recovery miles shoe, that gives lots of cushioning and support to your feet.
I’d like to say a massive thank you to Brooks for kindly gifting me these Adrenalines and I look forward to many more runs in them!