The most energy return of leading performance running shoes, for runners looking for a springy, responsive ride.
DNA AMP was created, in partnership with chemistry giant BASF, to be the perfect blend of our legendary cushion and incredible energy return. Using a polyurethane foam, wrapped in a TPU skin, it captures the energy created by each foot strike and gives it no place to go but up - straight back to you.
With the most energy return of leading performance running shoes, Levitate's DNA AMP midsole technology gives energy nowhere to go but up, straight back to you.
A flexible arrow-point pattern on the outsole helps you move from heel to toe quickly, without losing energy.
The fit knit upper comfortably accommodates your foot as it moves and expands.
The Ghost 10 running shoe delivers the smoothest ride possible for neutral runners.
The Glycerin 15 running shoe offers neutral runners the ultimate in softness and supreme comfort.
Running is smooth sailing with the Adrenaline GTS 18 shoe. Its proven balance of plush cushioning, stability, and fit make it a smooth ride for those who need support. The perfect balance of soft cushion and support to see you through 5k or a marathon.
The new engineered mesh upper maintains the proven fit GTS devotees rely on while integrating a more streamlined look.
Refinements in softer cushioning, increased flexibility, and seamless heel-to-toe transitions keep you focused on the run, not what's on your foot.
The Progressive Diagonal Rollbar (PDRB) keeps your body properly aligned every step of the way.
Get hooked on the new Addiction 13 running shoe. The BioMoGo DNA midsole provides adaptive cushioning while the Extended Progressive Diagonal Rollbar offers comfortable stability. The Segmented Crash Pad gives you silky smooth heel-to-toe transition. Add to that the extra-comfortable upper with moisture-management mesh and you have one addiction you never need to quit.
2008 - BROOKS introduces BioMoGo, the world‘s first bio-degradable midsole
2007 - The BROOKS / Hanson athletes, first and foremost Brian Sell, dominate the
US olympic marathon trials
2006 - MoGo, BROOKS‘ groundbreaking midsole-technology, enters the market
2004 - Introduction of the innovative e-Fusion technology that is used in all
BROOKS premium running shoes
2003 - Brooks begins a five-year cooperation with the Hanson Olympic Distance Project
with the goal of bringing the USA back to the top of mid- and long-distance-running
2002 - Brooks Adrenaline™ GTS receives Runner‘s World‘s „Best Update Award“ and
the gold medal for „Best Renovation“ from Running Network
2001 - Strategic decision to focus exlusively on running shoes, moving the revenue focus
to specialist retailers
1995 - Introduction of Podular Technology, the brand new Midsole/Outsole-technology
1994 - Introduction of the BROOKS Adrenaline™ GTS, the birth of a running-shoe star
that is still part of the BROOKS lineup today
1993 - The company relocates it‘s headquartes to Seattle and renames itself Brooks Sports, Inc.
1992 - Introduction of the Beast ®, the industry‘s best known Motion-Control running shoe
1991 - Brooks is awarded the „American Podiatric Medical Association Seal
of Acceptance“ for it‘s HydroFlow ®-Technology
1989 - HydroFlow ®, the innovative cushioning technology fur running shoes,
enters the market
1987 - Introduction of the „BROOKS For Women“ line of running shoes, the first
running shoes anatomically adjusted to women‘s needs
1982 - Introduction of the Chariot, equipped with the innovative BROOKS
Diagonal Rollbar (DRB ®) technology
1981 - BROOKS introduces it‘s line of running apparel
1977 - Introduction of the Vantage, the first running shoe that deals with the over-
pronation problem. The shoe was awarded Runner‘s World‘s „Five-Star Award“
1975 - BROOKS is the first company to use midsoles made of Ethylene-vinyl acetate
(EVA), making it one of the first sports shoes companies to use EVA, which
today is an industry standard
1957 - BROOKS becomes BROOKS Shoe Manufacturing Company, Inc.
1938 - BROOKS introduces Pedicraft kid‘s shoes, the first step in a long line of
developments leading to the integration of orthopedic findings and the
requirements of sports medicine
1930 - Introduction of the Natural Bend Arch Support
1914 - Founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA