Brooks Adrenaline GTX Running Shoe Review

Stephanie Smith

Stephanie grew up moving constantly whether in gymnastics or running around on the family farm in New York. Nowadays, she has melded her energy and passion for the outdoors into a career in the ski industry and a continual quest to spend as much time outside enjoying everything that Colorado has to offer. In between skiing each of Colorado's 26 ski areas in one season, she can be found in the Front Range pounding the pavement marathon training or enjoying the abundant singletrack on her mountain bike or her own two feet. Stephanie also enjoys cooking to fuel for her activities, traveling, good beer, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

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  1. StephanieS says:

    Numbness Fix!

    Active Gear Review’s editor attended Outdoor Retail and had a chance to chat with the Brooks representative about the numbness. They suggested skipping one eyelet when lacing and see if that fixed the problem. I tried that out a couple weeks ago and I ran a very comfortable 12+ miles in them with no numbness, pain or discomfort. Skipping one lace didn’t have any effect on the fit of the shoe and completely solved the problem. These are definitely a go-to winter running shoe for me now!

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