Brooks® Caldera 7

The Brooks Caldera 7 release date will be on June 9, 2023.

The Brooks Caldera 7 will have the following features & updates:

  • The New Brooks Caldera will provide much better protection with the higher stacked sole and more grippy tread.
  • The cushioning will be revised to be a more flexible sole for better movement.
  • The Pseudo rocker forefoot design will be improved for better stability.
  • The fit will remain a comfortable sock-like fit that is snug and secure.
  • There will also be more colors and designs available in the new model.

Previous model of the Caldera:
The Brooks Caldera 6 release date was on May 14, 2022

Latest Version of the Brooks Caldera


Brooks Caldera



  • The recommended price according to manufacturers for the new Brooks Caldera 7 will be $150.
  • There will be a slight increase because of more advanced features.
  • The Price may vary according to where you purchase from, so always look out for specials and deals.

Arch support and pronation controlArch Support and Pronation Control

  • The new Brooks Caldera 7 will be a neutral shoe.
  • It will provide support and comfortable for neutral pronators and a high to neutral arch.
  • The design will be ideal for persons with a forefoot or midfoot strike.


  • The Brooks Caldera 7 will be for outdoor trail use only.
  • The design will not be very comfortable for use on hard surfaces.


  • You can use the new Caldera 7 model for jogging, hiking, and walking.
  • I would, however, not recommend it for trail racing or running.
  • It will, however, be ideal for obstacle courses.


  • The New Caldera 7 from Brooks will be durable and long-lasting if used in the correct settings.
  • It will be designed for wet and dry trails and withstand outdoor elements and weather conditions.

Fit and SizingFit and Sizing

  • The new Caldera 7 will have a true-to-size fit.
  • The design will be snugger and sock-like in fit for a better feel.
  • There will also be normal and wide-width size options available to you.


  • The weight in the men’s edition will be 301 grams.
  • For the ladies, you can expect a lighter weight of 265 grams.
  • Both models will have quite lightweight.

Elevation of the Brooks Caldera 7

Heel HeightHeel Height

  • The heel height will be 32mm.
  • The sole will be slightly higher this time around.

Forefoot HeightForefoot Height

  • The sole will be quite thick and more protective with the new model.
  • So, there will be a forefoot height of around 28mm.

Heel-to-Toe DropHeel-to-Toe Drop

  • The Caldera will have a more uniform heel-to-toe drop of 4mm.
  • The heel-to-toe drop will be lower and more uniform, ideal for a Trail shoe.

Components of the Brooks Caldera 7


  • Because the Brooks Caldera is an outdoor trail shoe, the outsole will be improved for better grip and traction.
  • The tread will have a more lug design and extra durability.
  • The Lugs will help you clamp the ground to enable constant and secure balance with every step you take, even on uneven, wet, and slippery outdoor surfaces.


  • The new Brooks Caldera will still be a BioMoGo midsole with full-length cushioning.
  • The sole will be slightly more flexible in the new model.
  • There will also be a comfortable lining and plush insole for cushioning.


  • The Uppers of the new Brooks Caldera 7 will be updated for a more sock-like fit with highly breathable engineered mesh.
  • It will have improved TPU overlays for structural stability and a traditional lace-up system.
  • The tongue and collar will have less bulky padding for the new model, which will be more breathable.
  • There will still be a pull tab for easy on and off.

Brooks Caldera vs. Brooks Divide


Brooks Caldera 7

About the Author

David Alegeta

David is a long-distance hiker, a writer and an editor whose favorite topics include backpacking and trail running. He is an adventure athlete who covered over 20,000 miles. He frequently speaks to groups about the benefits of proper footwear and has written numerous articles on this subject. He lives in Dallas, Texas with his family.