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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 22

Overall Grades And Reviews

8.7 Overall Grade
52 reviews

A popular stability shoe from Brooks that gets great marks in Durability. Reviewers seems to have a slight preference for the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 23 however.

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Shoe Comparison

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 22
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Shoe Properties
Shoe Type
Trainer
Trainer
Trainer
Trainer
Pronation Control
Maximum Stability
Maximum Stability
Neutral
Neutral
Weight
10.3 oz. (men's), 9 oz. (women's)
10.1 oz. (men's), 9.1 oz. (women's)
9.6 oz. (men's), 8.4 oz. (women's)
11.1 oz. (men's), 10.1 oz. (women's)
Stack Height
36mm.
36mm.
35mm.
43mm.
Forefoot Height
24mm.
24mm.
23mm.
39mm.
Drop Height
12 mm.
12 mm.
12 mm.
4 mm.
Upper material
Engineered 3D Fit Print mesh, Heel Counter
Refined 3D Fit Print mesh, Recycled Materials include:
Engineered mesh, Lycra comfort frame, Internal heel counter, Pillowed Tongue
Shoe Released
Q4 2021
Q3 2023
Q4 2022
Q3 2022
MSRP
$140
$140
$140
$165
LRC Ratings
Out of 10
Overall
8.7
8.8
9.2
9.0
Comfort
8.6
9.1
9.1
9.4
Cushioning
8.7
9.1
9.0
9.7
Durability
8.5
8.8
8.7
8.2
Appearance
7.6
8.5
8.3
7.9
Value
8.2
8.5
8.6
7.6

Reader Reviews

  • LRC Editor's Choice

    I really like this shoe :)

    35 miles per week, underpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    9.0
    Comfort
    10.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    8.0
    Appearance
    7.0
    Value
    9.0

    I've been running on the Brooks Adrenaline GTS for almost 4 years. It has been an incredible trainer and I haven't had any injuries while I've wearing it compared to the times that I've tried other running shoes. It has quite a bit of cushion and is super great for logging miles on. I'm not a huge fan of using it for faster runs like intervals and sprinting, but it is able to hold its own if I forget my spikes. The stack height has had a couple of problems when going around corners or the curved sections of a track it tends to slip a bit, but this is easily fixed by adjusting the laces. Over all the Adrenaline GTS has been an incredible trainer that I've been using for years that I highly recommend.

  • LRC Editor's Choice

    Amazing shoe to improve running gait

    65 miles per week, overpronator, low arches
    Overall
    10.0
    Comfort
    8.0
    Cushioning
    6.0
    Durability
    8.0
    Appearance
    8.0
    Value
    8.0

    I struggle with extreme pronation and heel strike more than I should too, but shoe does an excellent job of providing stability to my foot so that I pronate less and has an extensive heel to toe drop (12mm) so that my foot strike is shifted more to my forefoot. It looks great, holds up great, and although it has a lot of stability, it still has enough cushion so that my legs are not getting to much shock from running 16 mile long runs on the roads in them.

  • As this is the only shoe I have ever run in, I don't know much about anything else.

    15 miles per week, overpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    8.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    7.0
    Appearance
    10.0
    Value
    8.0

    These shoes work as training shoes and I used them as racing shoes for a while before I got spikes. I ran 350 miles in the first pair and they didn't have many problems, the spot above the big toe was getting thin and might have become a hole soon.

  • Great Shoe

    55 miles per week, overpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    8.0
    Comfort
    8.0
    Cushioning
    8.0
    Durability
    7.0
    Appearance
    5.0
    Value
    9.0

    Daily trainer for 6 years. Have gone through the different models and the adrenaline is consistent. Made for people who pronate. The guiderails make this more of a stability shoe than the other popular brooks options.

  • A great shoe for easy runs and long runs.

    49 miles per week, overpronator, high arches
    Overall
    8.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    9.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    7.0
    Value
    7.0

    I ran about 700 miles before retiring this shoe. The stability and cushion were phenomenal, and I didn't notice any significant downgrade in cushion or tread until around 500 miles.

  • Durability and Comfort Hard to Beat!

    20 miles per week, neutral pronator, medium arches
    Overall
    10.0
    Comfort
    10.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    10.0
    Value
    10.0

    I have owned 8 pair of Adrenaline GTS. Each pair has been very durable and provided solid comfort and stability on my daily runs of 3 to 5 miles. Great value for the price!

  • Decent shoe for this big slow runner

    24 miles per week, overpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    8.0
    Comfort
    7.0
    Cushioning
    9.0
    Durability
    6.0
    Appearance
    8.0
    Value
    7.0
  • Very stable shoes

    28 miles per week, underpronator, low arches
    Overall
    9.0
    Comfort
    10.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    9.0
    Appearance
    9.0
    Value
    9.0

    These shoes are great for foot stability, especially if you overpronate. Very balanced ride.

  • Underwhelmed, too stiff

    40 miles per week, neutral pronator, medium arches
    Overall
    5.0
    Comfort
    7.0
    Cushioning
    3.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    5.0
    Value
    8.0

    The Adrenaline GTS felt like bricks on my feet compared to some of the other springy foams available from other brands. This shoe convinced me to finally give up on the stability shoe category. Neutral shoes with a wide base work better for me. Pros include a roomy comfortable upper, great durability and lower price.

  • My go-to training shoe

    55 miles per week, overpronator, low arches
    Overall
    10.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    7.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    5.0
    Value
    9.0

    I use this shoe for all my regular mileage outside of workouts. I've been buying different editions of this shoe for 5 years, and the 22 is the most comfortable and durable. It's not a fast shoe, and I never wear it for anything over a steady pace, but it's the perfect shoe to grind through mileage, especially if your feet need a little more support.