Brooks Glycerin 14 Shoe Review
As most people have noticed, lately I’ve been doing most of my training in Brooks. I’m not paid or an ambassador. Recently, I have found the fit of Brooks to match my foot well.
A while ago, I ran a minimal amount in the Brooks Glycerin 12, and I liked them. For no reason, I just haven’t run in them since. I’ve wanted to try the Glycerin again but for whatever reason, haven’t.
The Brooks Glycerin 14 is similar to the 13. The majority of the update came with the fit of the upper, and it fits wider than the previous model.
The upper is seamless which means it’s able to fit wider feet as well as it doesn’t press against bunions. A lot of running shoes are going towards seamless uppers. Being seamless, allows for an overall more comfortable fit.
A smooth mesh allows for a “socklike” fit with plenty of breathing room. Compared to the Glycerin 13 upper, the mesh feels more durable too.
Speaking of the mesh, something unique about the Glycerin is the mesh is much thinner. I have found it to dry much quicker than many other shoes. Considering most of March was pouring rain in New Jersey this was extremely helpful.
Typically I wear a size 10 or 10 wide in running shoes and have found the 10 wide to be the best fit.
The Glycerin has a lot more cushion than the Ghost. You can feel the cushion under your feet, and it feels like a sponge. Brookes uses cushioning technology similar to memory foam. The Brooks Glycerin is definitely the softest traditional shoes I’ve run in for a while. You feel the extra cushion without the extra weight.
The Glycerin has been a shoe I’ve wanted to try for a while, and I was pleased to finally give it a shot. I like the shoe a lot, and I’ll probably keep it in my rotation for a while. I don’t have any complaints and the Brooks Glycerin 15 comes out soon so I’ll add that into my rotation too.
- High Cushion and Soft
- Seamless Upper
- Updating soon so will be on sale
Questions for you:
What are your favorite shoes right now?
Do you prefer more or less cushion when it comes to running shoes?