Brooks® Launch 10


The expected release date for the Brooks Launch 10 is March 7, 2023.

The Brooks Launch 10 will have the following features & updates:

  • More Blown rubber will be placed on the shoe’s outsole to improve its traction and the general stretch of the shoe.
  • The entire shoe will be designed for better durability and faster transitions.
  • There will be fresh new colors and designs available in the new Brooks Launch 9.
  • The upper will be updated in the form of a mesh that offers much better ventilation.
  • As for the fit, it will be more roomy and comfortable.

Previous model of the Brooks Launch:
The Brooks Launch 9 release date was on March 8, 2022.


Latest Version of the Brooks Launch

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Brooks Launch


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PricePrice

  • The price (MSRP) for the Brooks Launch 10 will be $110 and will largely depend on your purchase size and width.
  • There may likewise be exclusive deals and seasonal discounts to look out for.

Arch support and pronation controlArch Support and Pronation Control

  • The Brooks Launch 10 offers support for a Neutral Pronator.
  • There is arch support and cushioning, which is more suited to persons with a High Arch Type.

TerrainTerrain

  • The Brooks Launch 10 will have a sleek and suitable design for road running and general use as a casual wearing shoe on all surface types.
  • Though the tread is not recommended for Trails and Outdoor Terrains.

UseUse

  • The Sleek design and fashionable colors make the new Brooks Launch 10 the perfect everyday casual wearing shoe.
  • You can also use your Launch 10 shoes for jogging and running shorter distances.

DurabilityDurability

  • Because the Brooks Launch 10 is a casual wearing and jogging shoe type, it is not durable enough for Trail use or serious running.
  • The design is, however, durable for everyday use and jogging frequently.

Fit and SizingFit and Sizing

  • The Brooks Launch 10 will have a medium to narrow forfeit and heel fit in general, yet the latest model 10 will have a much roomier toe box.
  • You can also select from a Narrow, Medium, Wide, or Extra Wide fit option when choosing your favorite Brooks Launch 10.

WeightWeight

  • The Brooks Launch 10 will weigh 244 grams for men and 224 grams for ladies.
  • The heavier weight is because of the improved design and added cushioning for shock absorbency.

Elevation of the Brooks Launch 10

Heel HeightHeel Height

  • You can look at a heel height of around 27 mm for both men and women in the Brooks Launch 9.
  • The 26mm heel height is average and ideal for persons who have a higher arch.
  • The Heel height will also be specific for everyday casual wear and jogging.

Forefoot HeightForefoot Height

  • Similarly, the forefoot height for the Brooks Launch 10 is a lower 19 mm for men and women.
  • The Lower Forefoot height will also be ideal for casual wear and persons with a high arch.

Heel-to-Toe DropHeel-to-Toe Drop

  • There is a heel-to-toe drop of 10mm in the Brooks Launch 10.
  • The 10mm Heel to Toe drop is average in most running and walking shoe brands.

Components of the Brooks Launch 10

OutsoleOutsole

  • The Outsole will be improved with more blown rubber for durability and strength.
  • Durable and thick rubber will be used for the outsole with a high traction tread and improved grip.
  • The rubber outsole also will have a new design, which gives you even more rebound and energizing cushioning.

MidsoleMidsole

  • The fast midsole will still be plush and energizing with BioMoGo technology in cushioning.
  • The midsole is generally lightweight and highly durable.

UpperUpper

  • The uppers consist of a breathable and flexible mesh engineered for maximum breathability.
  • The engineered mesh upper will also be updated for better ventilation.
  • There will likewise be fresh new colors and designs available.
  • The Isofit design is improved for a more roomy toe fit that still adapts to your feet’ shape.

Brooks® Launch vs. Launch GTS


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Brooks Launch 10




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.