Brooks expands its Pure Project running shoe line with the new PureFlow 4. Designed as a lightweight, cushioned training shoe for neutral runners, the PureFlow 4 is 8.6 ounces of running bliss.

The upper features a nav-band that wraps around the foot for a secure, yet non-constricting fit. No-sew overlays add to the premium look and feel along with a cushioned tongue to further enhance the wearer’s comfort.

The DNA midsole is designed to provide custom comfort by soaking up the harshness of the road surface while translating your energy into forward motion. Brooks DNA continuously adjusts the level of cushioning to a runner’s specific needs —even as it changes during a workout. The DNA technology delivers 30 percent more cushioning than standard midsole materials, such as gel or EVA, with twice as much energy return.

Meanwhile, the rounded heel allows for better alignment and a smoother stride, while Omega Grooves in the outsole add stability and flexibility.

With a midsole drop of 4mm, a light feel, and a low profile, the Brooks PureFlow 4 is ideal for fast-paced sessions, road races, or as an all-around training shoe.

The Brooks PureFlow 4 is now available at select RUNNR and Toby’s Sports outlets for P4,995.

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