Brooks Divide 2
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  • Great for walking and fit well
  • Second pair of Brooks Shoes
  • Lakota Gambill - Secure lacing for a locked-in fit
  • Padded, comfy interior
  • Rock guard in the forefoot results in a stiff ride

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Best Trail Running Shoes of 2022 - GearLab
The Brooks Divide 2 is a nearly ideal crossover shoe — it can comfortably run roads and trails and is a perfect entry point for those looking to start trail running more regularly. The price point is more accessible than other expensive options and allows a new runner to try out running off-ro...
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OutdoorGearLab
5 months ago
outdoorgearlab.com
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Comfortable shoes
These hands down are some of the most comfortable shoes I've ever owned, I have almost flat feet and I need a shoe with great arch support and across the foot comfort. I also have wide feet. At my job , I usually put in 15K steps a day. I come home usually with sore feet, not with these. My feet fee...
5/5
Badspartan
1 year ago
amazon.com
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The Versatile Brooks Divide 2 Is for Trail Newbies
, tester since 2017Arch: Medium | Gait: Neutral | Footstike: Midfoot“These would be good minimal trail shoes. They would be most beneficial for easy to moderate trails. They are relatively lightweight and have good traction
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4 months ago
runnersworld.com
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They were so comfortable
I used it as a work shoe
5/5
Amazon Customer
10 months ago
amazon.com
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Holfer
I don’t use them for running I use them for Golf. I was told by a podiatrist I need more support and recommended them for walking so I decided to buy a pair for golf as well . The traction works but wish you made golf shoes as well
4/5
JOHN
4 months ago
rei.com
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Brooks Divide Review
Brooks Divide Outsole. The TrailTack outsole has low-profile lugs in a modified chevron pattern that are smooth on road and perform well on trail. I found them to have sufficient traction on wet/dry trail and rocky/rutty jeep road
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4 months ago
irunfar.com
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Brooks Divide 2 Review - Running Northwest
They have also done a good job with stability elements at the midfoot which does help with any over-rotation when trails get a little more technical. Road style breathable mesh upperRedesigned lacing columnWell padded heel cup and pull The Divide 2 uses Brooks BioMoGo DNA which as we have said before sits on the softer side and there is a decent amount of it here. Brooks has also added a light rock plate which will go further in protecting your foot from anything that does make it through that midsole material
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4 months ago
runningnw.com
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Poor materials
The heels broke down instantly there's no structure to hold your foot in.
1/5
Robert Wilkening
7 months ago
amazon.com
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Good shoe but so-so treads
I ran a trail marathon in these shoes; the trail was extremely muddy and wet, and I slid all over the place. I think these shoes have decent support, great cushioning, and are relatively lightweight. As far as trail running goes, these shoes seem ideal for running distances on woodchip trails or dry...
3/5
Ben
9 months ago
amazon.com
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An Alternative to Cascadia 16
They fit well. I run all rugged trails and have bad knees so the chushion and wide toe box are good. Much better than the Cascadia 16 recently purchased. I think the Cascadia 14 was best (less rubber) and the 15 was OK. I only bought the Divide 2 because the Cascadia 16 was so inferior to prior mode...
4/5
TomM
4 months ago
rei.com
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Specs

Trail-Running Shoe Type

Light-Trail

Running Shoe Cushioning

Moderate Cushion

Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm)

8

Heel Stack Height (mm)

20