Brooks PureCadence 7 | First Look

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Available February 2018 – MSRP $110.00

With an identical midsole and outsole design to its predecessor, the Brooks PureCadence 7 should be a go-to for runners who want a natural feel that still provides mild stability for overpronation. The primary change to the model is a new upper design that should create a sock-like feel.

As is the case for the PureCadence 6, the PureCadence 7 incorporates a BioMoGo DNA midsole that should deliver a softer landing at slower paces and a more responsive feel at faster paces. It also features lightweight guide rails to provide stability for mild overpronation.

In order to improve the fit and comfort of the shoe, designers created a new Air Woven upper with an internal bootie that should deliver a soft hold for unrestricted motion. The no-sew overlays provide added structure without irritating seams.

The alterations in the upper design do come at a slight cost though, as the men’s PureCadence 7 weighs 0.4 ounces more than its predecessor, and the women’s model weighs 0.1 ounces more.

Preliminary Tech Specs

Stack height*: 22 mm heel, 18 mm forefoot, 4 mm heel-toe offset

Weight*: 9.0 oz (men’s size 9), 7.6 oz (women’s size 8)

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

Current Model

Shop the Brooks PureCadence 6: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $110.00

Shop all Brooks Running Shoes: Men’s | Women’s

Competing Shoes

Shop the ASICS Gel DS Trainer 22: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $119.95

Shop the Nike LunarGlide 9: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $120.00

Shop the Topo Athletic Ultrafly: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $120.00

Brooks PureCadence 7 Men’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks PureCadence 7 Women’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks PureCadence 7 Women’s Sample (subject to change)


Will has been running competitively since high school, and is currently running with the HOKA Aggies, a post-collegiate club here on the central coast of California. With a preference for the humorous and the verbose, he enjoys playing the wordsmith almost as much as his daily runs.

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