Brooks

Founded in 1914, Brooks produces high performance shoes that meet the biomechanical needs of runners, enhance comfort, and aid in the prevention of running-related injury. It is the preferred shoe of many of the world’s elite athletes.

Come into the Athlete’s Foot Helensvale Store for a FREE FOOT PRINT ASSESSMENT. See the video below as an example to see how it works. We will find a shoe that fits your foot!

So before you decide on a Brooks shoe, spend a little time with one of our fit experts at The Athlete’s Foot Helensvale to make sure you leave the store with the ideal shoes for your feet.

Brooks BROOKS DNA BROOKS DNA. Brooks DNA is a ground-breaking cushioning material that provides a customized ride for runners of all sizes and speeds. Working with BioMoGo, Brooks DNA responds to your every step, dispersing impact and providing ideal comfort and protection as the pace changes

Brooks BIOMOGO BIOMOGO. We’ve taken the long-lasting cushioning of our MoGo midsole and made it more environmentally friendly. A non-toxic, natural additive in the BioMoGo compound encourages anaerobic microbes to munch away 50 times faster once it hits the landfill

PROGRESSIVE DIAGONAL ROLLBAR (PDRB) PROGRESSIVE DIAGONAL ROLLBAR. Our tri-density PDRB® midsoles are biomechanically engineered to allow for progressive pronation control and to create smoother transitions from the midstance phase into the propulsion phase

Brooks DRB ACCEL DRB® ACCEL. Shank-like thermoplastic device provides torsional rigidity to midfoot, enhancing support while allowing the heel and forefoot to act independently
Brooks FLEXTRA Strategically placed in the forefoot outsole, this rubber piece varies in degrees of support to correspond with gender and weight categories, providing tuned flexibility

Brooks OMEGA FLEX GROOVES This innovation enhances the flexibility of the midsole and provides an effortless forefoot ride while still offering great cushioning and midsole integrity, the unique shape of an Omega Flex Groove allows it to flex dynamically without compromising cushioning. When at rest, it supports the shoe; when it’s flexing, the groove opens up to allow greater flexibility

Brooks TUNED DENSITY MIDSOLE We’ve tuned the density in our midsoles to better correspond with gender and weight categories, delivering a customer balance of cushioning that’s not too soft or stiff
Brooks HPR PLUS HPR PLUS. A higher durability, abrasion-resistant rubber outsole compound that wears longer

Brooks ENGINEERED STABLE POD CONFIGURATION ENGINEERED STABLE POD CONFIGURATION. Midsole and outsole components are engineered to set the foot in an efficient, balanced position from heel strike to toe-off, offering maximum stability and responsiveness

Brooks ELEMENT ELEMENT. Upper technology featuring superior microfiber construction to provide weather protection in a light, supple, quite fabric that doesn’t sacrifice breathability, durability, or comfort

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