Brooks Ravenna 9 | First Look

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Available February 2018 – MSRP $110.00

Year after year the Ravenna series has provided runners with a moderately supportive trainer built to handle daily mileage. The shoe has seen many small updates over the years, but with the introduction of the Ravenna 9, we see a completely new design that should help revamp the line. Now with a more performance oriented design that is similar to the Launch series, the Ravenna 9 should offer a mild stablity option that delivers a fast and versatile running experience.

To help create a more responsive underfoot sensation, the Ravenna 9 offers an adaptive BioMoGo DNA midsole that resembles the Launch. But with the addition of a diagonal rollbar, the shoe also offers a hint of stability to help reduce overpronation.

On the outsole, we see durable rubber as well as a midfoot transition zone that should help deliver a smooth ride from impact to toe off. Finished off with a seamless mesh upper, the shoe looks to provide a soft wrap with fantastic breathability.

Weighing in at 9.3 ounces for men and 8.2 ounces for women, the sleeker design of the Ravenna 9 strips off about an ounce from its predecessor.

Preliminary Tech Specs

Stack height*: 26mm heel, 16mm forefoot, 10mm heel-toe offset

Weight*: 9.3 oz (men’s size 9), 8.2 oz (women’s size 8)

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

Current Model

Shop the Men’s Brooks Ravenna 8: Men’s | Women’s  – MSRP $110.00

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

Competing Shoes

Shop the Mizuno Wave Catalyst 2: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $110.00

Shop the adidas adizero Tempo 10: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $120.00

Shop the ASICS Gel DS Trainer 22: Men’s | Women’s – MSRP $120.00

Brooks Ravenna 9 Men’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks Ravenna 9 Women’s Sample (subject to change)

Brooks Ravenna 9 Women’s Sample (subject to change)

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