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Brooks T7 Racer Running Shoe

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Brooks T7 Racer Running Shoe

Product Code:BROURS0160-12
Brooks T7 Racer Running Shoe
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Chrissie calls the Brooks T7 Racer Running Shoe "an amazing shoe!" She was rocking a pair when she came from behind on the run leg to win her fourth Ironman World Championship in Kona in 2011. Hansons-Brooks athlete Desiree Davila also races in the T7 and wore it during this year's Boston marathon as she became the third fastest U.S. female marathoner ever.

This incredibly light road-racing shoe is the fastest in the pack, with a new eye-catching upper for fly-by style. The streamlined, asymmetric upper works with the anatomy of the foot to perfectly wrap the arch securely from start to finish.

  • Rearfoot HydroFlow® ST - Dynamic viscous fluid units for heel and forefoot enhance midsole cushioning—attenuating shock with industry leading dampening and comfort.
  • HPR Plus - A higher durability, abrasion-resistant rubber outsole compound that wears longer.
  • Forefoot Hyper Pod Construction - Midsole and outsole components are engineered to set the foot in an efficient, balanced position from heel strike to toe-off, offering exceptional flexibility and unrestricted forefoot ride.
  • Curved Platform
  • Air Mesh
  • Synthetic Overlay Materials
  • Category: Competition
  • Platform: Curved
  • Construction: Strobel
  • Weight: 6.4 oz

Available in men’s sizes only. (For women we suggest ordering 1.5 sizes smaller than what you usually wear.)

Note: As this shoe is a very lightweight, minimal support racing flat, the vast majority of runners will not find it "enough shoe" for a full marathon. If you have a light frame and a biomechanically efficient stride, however, you may be able to get away with it. We suggest you work up to it in several half marathon-plus races beforehand to see how it works for you before running in it for a full marathon.

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