Brooks Addiction 14 Grey Blue Black Men's

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Brooks Addiction 14 Grey Blue Black Men's

  • The easy support and roomier fit of the Brooks® Addiction 14 sneakers give you the control, comfort, and impact protection you need to keep you steady on both short and long runs.
  • Predecessor: Addiction 13.
  • Support Type: Overpronation/Stability.
  • Cushioning: Maximum cushioning.
  • Surface: Road.
  • Differential: 12 mm
  • Engineered mesh upper with synthetic overlays for added structure.
  • Lace-up closure for a secure fit.
  • Padded tongue and collar.
  • Buttery smooth fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel.
  • Removable foam insole provides underfoot comfort and support.
  • BioMoGo DNA midsole supplies long-lasting cushioning, and features an environmentally-friendly build that breaks down 50 times quicker at the landfill, compared to similar midsole materials.
  • Extended Progressive Diagonal Rollbar® (PDRB) helps control pronation, and promotes smoother transitions throughout the gait cycle.
  • Heel Segmented Crash Pad ensures smoother landings.
  • HPR Plus delivers long-lasting durability in high-wear areas of the outsole.
  • APMA Approved: The American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance is awarded to products that promote good foot health and are substantiated by a committee of discerning podiatrists by wear-testing and review of the application and supporting documentation. APMA Acceptance must be applied for and is not automatically available to styles that meet its criteria.
  • PDAC A5500 Approved: Pricing, Data Analysis and Coding A5500 Diabetic Medicare Coding is awarded to footwear that is available in three or more widths, with a removable insole (sock-liner). It allows individuals to pay for their footwear through their Medicare. PDAC must be applied for on a yearly basis and is not automatically available to styles that meet its criteria. For more specific info, visit the Medicare website or call 1-800-MEDICARE.