Brooks Infiniti - Running Shoes: Reviews
(Terry Heffernan)

Brooks Infiniti – Running Shoes: Reviews

Brooks Infiniti - Running Shoes: Reviews
Brian Metzler

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If neutral shoes are sedans and stability shoes are SUVs, then the Infiniti is a minivan. It’s part of Brooks’s new “guidance” line of shoes, which are designed to be a bit less structured than stability shoes but not quite as minimalist as trainers. To wit: The Infiniti boasts a luxuriously soft impact area in the heel, while a stiffer block of foam in the midfoot stabilizes the foot through the toe-off phase. A blend of three motion-channeling foams in the forefoot translates to a smooth-rolling feel, so step it up: The midsole and outsole are built to endure up to 400 miles, making the Infiniti a reliable choice for high-mileage training. 11.5 oz;