Brooks Ravenna 12

The expected release date for the Brooks Ravenna 12 is 18 August – 2021.

The Brooks Ravenna 12 will have the following features & updates:

  • The Brooks Ravenna 12 will be the perfect running shoe for serious runners and fast pace running.
  • There will be an improved Midfoot transitioning zone that will allow you to go from heel to toe much faster.
  • The cushioning system may be improved to be more lightweight and flexible, yet will have some support for Overpronation.
  • The design will be for Neutral to Overpronation with a medium to low arch type expected.
  • You will still be able to enjoy the BioMoGo shock absorbing and, cushioning midsole with the hopes of a higher rebound rubber in the outsole in the new Ravenna 12.

Latest Version of the Brooks Ravenna


Brooks Ravenna


  • The Brooks Ravenna 12 will be quite affordable at a price of between $90.00-$150.00, which is relative to the size and width that you choose.
  • The Prices may also vary from time to time with seasonal discounts and specials.

Arch support and pronation controlArch Support and Pronation Control

  • The New Brooks Ravenna 12 offers excellent arch support for a medium to low arch.
  • You will also enjoy the moderate Overpronation control and stability that the support features will offer.


  • The Brooks Ravenna 12 will be a road running shoe ideally.
  • However, it is also acceptable for a treadmill, track, and indoor track running of all kinds.
  • What is more, is that the Brooks Ravenna 12 may also be used on Cross-Training floor surfaces.


  • If anything, the Brooks Ravenna 12 will be very versatile in use and also quite lightweight.
  • Recommended uses are for fast-paced racing, running, sprinting and long-distance running, as well as for cross-training and treadmill running.


  • Because the Ravenna 12 is a fast-paced and heavy-duty running shoe, it is very durable and long-wearing.
  • If used on the proper surfaces, the outsole is a high abrasion-resistant rubber, and there are reinforced areas for optimal durability.

Fit and SizingFit and Sizing

  • The Fit of the Brooks Ravenna is snug but still comfortable.
  • You will enjoy a very lightweight sock-like fit that flexes with your feet.
  • You can also choose between different width options and sizes in the Brooks Ravena 12.
  • It is said, however that the new Ravenna 12 will be smaller in size because of the improved technologies, so it is advised o size up to around half a size.


  • As a running shoe, the Brooks Ravenna will be extremely lightweight.
  • For the ladies, the weight is around 238grams, and for men, it will be around 266grams.

Elevation of the Brooks Ravenna 12

Heel HeightHeel Height

  • The Heel height for men and women is 27mm.
  • This heel height is general in a running shoe and has proven to be most effective for moderate Overpronation.
  • The Heel is likewise designed for Heel striking.

Forefoot HeightForefoot Height

  • The Forefoot has a height of 17mm for men and women.
  • The forefoot design has an average height for a running shoe.

Heel-to-Toe DropHeel-to-Toe Drop

  • For the heel to toe drop in the Brooks Ravenna 12, it remains at 10mm, which is the perfect size for a running shoe that offers medium support.

Components of the Brooks Ravenna 12


  • The Outsole has a very durable rubber with an improved high traction tread.
  • Guide Rails are also improved for better support and comfort when running.


  • The midsole of the Brooks Ravenna 12 is made still uses the BioMoGo DNA technology but with lighter weight in this new model.
  • There is additional Heel cushioning for Heel striking and more plush cushioning in general.


  • Contrary to the more socklike fit of the Ravenna 11, the new Brooks Ravenna 12 has a more relaxed fit in the uppers.
  • Engineered mesh with flexibility is still used and is more lightweight.
  • The fit may run a bit smaller because of the forefoot fit technology, so it is advised to size up half a size.


Brooks Ravenna 12

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.