|Update:||Brooks PureCadence 7|
|Weight:||Men: 9.7oz | Women: 7.9oz|
|Heel to toe drop:||Men: 4mm | Women: 4mm|
|Arch type:||Medium arch|
|Strike Pattern:||Forefoot strike|
|Distance:||Daily running | Long distance | Marathon|
|Heel height:||Men: 22mm | Women: 22mm|
|Forefoot height:||Men: 18mm | Women: 18mm|
|Release date:||Feb 2016|
|Width:||Men: Normal | Women: Normal|
|Colorways:||Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Grey|
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83 / 100 based on 7 expert reviews
The PureCadence 5 feels very similar to previous iterations of the shoe – reasonably well cushioned, smooth transition, comfortable over longer distances.
If you are looking for a lightweight, incredibly comfort stability shoe, give these a try. Please note, if you need a shoe with a wider forefoot these shoes may be a little narrow as this was something that bothered me the more I wore them.
The PureCadence adds a touch of stability for mild overpronators to a shoe with 4mm drop.
It’s a quick, flexible shoe with a minimal upper but provides enough cushioning to keep my feet happy.
The one piece uppers, while normally a welcome sight, were poorly executed and caused a multitude of blisters.
All-in-all, if you like the PureCadence, you will be happy with the PureCadence 5, and, if you’re running in something like the Brooks Ravenna now or another stability shoe but are looking for something different, you should definitely give the PureCadence a chance.
- The Brooks PureCadence 5 is a road running shoe that features an updated upper. It has a new 3D fit print that offers a much stretchable and seamless fit. It also comfortably secures the foot.
- Other minor updates in the upper are padded tongue and the laces which are longer than the previous version.
- The Guide Rail system of the shoe is also lighter that wraps the foot and connects the big toes for a more natural running movement.
The updates of the PureCadence 5 did not include the fit and sizing. They remain to be identical as the last version. It has a snug heel and midfoot with ample of room in the toe box for natural splay. This kind of fit will be great for those with medium measurements and who love plenty of wiggle room for their toes. The widths are the standard D for men’s and B women’s version.
The outsole unit features the dual toe-flex that permits the big toe to function independently for a more balance toe-off. The shoe has a durable outsole that gives adequate traction while running on the road.
The PureCadence 5 uses the Brooks’ BioMoGo DNA which is also used in on of the popular road stability shoe, the Adrenaline GTS 19. This midsole technology delivers environment friendly and durable cushioning. It offers efficient energy-return and shock absorption for a more responsive toe-off. This works well with the lightweight guide rails that provide enough support during heel-to-toe transition. The Omega Flex Grooves in the midsole offers flexibility and the rounded heel promotes a smoother landing by allowing a more natural midfoot to forefoot strike.
The upper of the Brooks PureCadence 5 features the new 3D fit print that is flexible and flawlessly constructed to deliver a comfortable and more secure fit. This same upper material is also featured in the recent PureCadence 7. This upper works perfectly with the heel counter for a more stabilizing and secure fit.