Brooks Ghost 10 | First Look

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Brooks Ghost 10 Women’s Sample (subject to change)

The Brooks Ghost series has become a must-have daily trainer for many neutral runners across all levels of experience. With the Ghost 10, Brooks continues to improve on the Ghost’s consistent ride with minor tweaks.

Differences from the Ghost 9 are apparent in the upper with new overlay placements that now wrap around the midfoot and should give its users a more secure fit. The breathable, Engineered Air Mesh upper remains the same, and the soft, irritant free interior will continue to comfort loyal Ghost users.

BioMoGo DNA cushioning will continue to be used, but midsole construction will differ with a new two-piece midsole design. Combined with deeper Omega Flex Grooves, the Ghost 10 should deliver a more flexible and smoother ride.

Available 07/01/2017 – MSRP $120.00

Preliminary Tech Specs

Stack height*: 30 mm heel, 18 mm forefoot, 12 mm heel-toe offset

Weight*: 10.4 oz (men’s size 9), 8.8 oz (women’s size 8)

*Production stack heights and weights may differ from the preliminary data listed here.

Current Model

Men’s Brooks Ghost 9 | Women’s Brooks Ghost 9 MSRP $120.00

Competing Shoes

Men’s Saucony Ride 9 | Women’s Saucony Ride 9 MSRP $130.00

Men’s ASICS Gel Cumulus 18 | Women’s ASICS Gel Cumulus 18 MSRP $120.00

Brooks Ghost 10 Men’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks Ghost 10 Men’s Sample (subject to change)

Alan has been in the game for 11 years, running cross country from high school through his years at Chico State. Now as our Footwear Marketing Coordinator, he puts his expertise into practice, specializing in knowledge of daily trainers and performance running shoes.

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2 thoughts on “Brooks Ghost 10 | First Look

  1. Eric Munson

    I was a wear tester for the Ghost 10 late last summer. Without going too much into details, Brooks had some major issues with the test samples, some of which had not been resolved as of just a month ago. These were issues resulting, not from manufacturing methods, but from materials used in the shoes.

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