A middle child to the neutral and support category, the Brooks Ravenna 4 is a guidance running shoe that is equally as impressive in the looks department as it is in terms of performance.

Back for the fourth time, the Ravenna features a bit more cushioning than the previous versions, and is also more flexible in the forefoot thanks to reconfigured outsole grooves. The shoe features a carry-over Brooks BioMoGo midsole with DNA technology for customized cushioning that is both responsive and supportive. Another key feature in the Ravenna 4 is a midfoot saddle with an adjustable band that allows runners to customize the amount of support they desire by simply pulling on the laces. The shoe is loaded with a high-grade rubber outsole with strategically placed traction lugs for ground-hugging grip on the road or track.

All in all, the Ravenna 4 is an excellent choice for runners in search of a versatile shoe that offers mild pronation support. The shoe is especially ideal for runners with a medium-to-high arch.

Category: Running

Weight: 10.9 oz
Platform: Universal (10 mm offset)
Construction: Stroble
Release date: Now available

Key technologies: BioMoGo midsole, Brooks DNA
Best for: Runners looking for a versatile guidance shoe at a manageable price point
Fit: True to size


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