Brooks Ricochet | First Look

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Available August 2018 – MSRP $120.00

With the introduction of the Levitate in Fall 2017, runners got a glimpse at the newest midsole technology offered by Brooks, DNA AMP. This ultra responsive TPU-based material offers a smooth, springy ride, but many runners were left wondering what the shoe would feel like if it lost a little weight. Lucky for us, Brooks is introducing the Ricochet, a lighter, more performance-oriented trainer that mixes responsive and adaptive cushioning to create the ultimate running experience during your next tempo run.


To help achieve a race-ready feel, the Ricochet offers a blend of the new DNA AMP cushioning along with classic BioMoGo DNA. This foam combo should retain a highly responsive ride that also delivers versatile cushioning and reduced weight.


On the outsole, an arrow point design similar to the Levitate is used, which should deliver a smooth, flexible transition. Thin rubber placements offer added durability with plenty of traction for the roads.


For a snug wrap with outstanding comfort, the Ricochet provides an all-new Fit Knit upper. The soft material paired with a sock-like heel collar delivers a secure fit that is intended to practically vanish on the foot.

Preliminary Tech Specs

Heel-toe drop*: 8 mm

Weight*: 10.3 oz (men’s size 9), 9.0 oz (women’s size 8)

*Production heel-toe drops and weights may differ from the preliminary data listed here.

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Brooks Ricochet Women’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks Ricochet Men’s Sample (subject to change)

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