The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 16 updates one of the most popular saga from the american brand headquartered in Seattle. Its popularity comes not only from well-known blend of cushioning and stability (intended for medium/severe pronation) but also great value for money. Heavier than average and with 12 mm drop, it is a perfect choice for running long distances.
The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 16 features not many changes from its predecessor Adrenaline GTS 15. Major one is the reorganization of overlays on breathable mesh producing an almost seamless upper to reduce chance of irritation. Also eyelets get more independent for improved fit.
Cushioning is slightly softer in the Adrenaline GTS 16 and full length segmented crash pad (with deeper V-Groove in midsole wall) improves flexibility and delivers smooth transition. Pronation control relies on Progressive Diagonal Rollbar which basically is a tri-density midsole (multiple levels of material hardness) with an internal post (including TPU for extra rigidity) for a more natural and efficient gait cycle.