Brooks® Revel 6

The expected release date for the Brooks® Revel 6 is February 6, 2023.

The Brooks Revel 6 will have the following features & updates:

  • The Brooks Revel 6 will bring out even better colors and patterns with their sleek and fashionable new design.
  • You can still enjoy the Flat Knit Mesh upper with added breathability on the forefoot area this time.
  • The fit will be more roomy and relaxed than the previous sock-like fit.
  • The midsole may remain the same with BioMoGO DNA cushioning, which will be adapted to be more contoured in shape.
  • There will be better arch support in the new Revel 6, which will be ideal for Neutral pronation and a medium arch.
  • As for the sole, there will be improved traction and durability with the hope of a reinforced toe and heel.

Previous models of the Revel:
The Brooks Revel 5 release date was on July 8, 2021.

Latest Version of the Brooks Revel


Brooks Revel



  • The recommended Manufacturers’ retail price for Brooks Revel 6 stands at $100.
  • The price, however, may be affected by seasonal discounts and changes, as well as different retailers.

Arch support and pronation controlArch Support and Pronation Control

  • All in all, the Brooks Revel 6 is a Neutral running shoe for Neutral Pronation.
  • The Arch support type in this new model will be more supportive but still aimed at a neutral arch type.
  • I would recommend the Brooks Revel 6 for a semi-low to medium arch rather than a High arch.


  • The Brooks Revel 6 is exclusively for road running.
  • However, you can also wear them at home, out to town, or on more solid surfaces.


  • I love the new style of the Brooks Revel 6 is how fashionable and ideal it is for everyday wearing, even as workwear or out to town.
  • The design is comfortable and durable enough for everyday wear and also still ideal for running and jogging.


  • For general jogging, running, and everyday wear, the Brooks Revel 6 is quite durable.
  • For more avid runners and marathon or long-distance running, this may not be the most durable shoe for you.

Fit and SizingFit and Sizing

  • The New Brooks Revel 6 has a more roomy and relaxed fit than the previous tight sock-like fit.
  • Unfortunately, you will not be able to choose a width option in the latest model.


  • The Brooks Revel 6 will weigh approximately 250 grams in the men’s range and 224 grams in the women’s range.
  • The weight here is light to average in a running and everyday wear shoe.

Elevation of the Brooks Revel 6

Heel HeightHeel Height

  • The heel height for men and women is 30mm n the Brooks Revel 6.
  • This heel height is quite high and, therefore, more advisable for Neutral runners.

Forefoot HeightForefoot Height

  • The Forefoot height in the Brooks Revel 6 is 19mm for both men and women.
  • The forefoot offers excellent support and is ideal for midfoot striking in runners.

Heel-to-Toe DropHeel-to-Toe Drop

  • There is a lower 8mm heel-to-toe drop, which is generally ideal in a light running shoe.
  • Because of the lower heel-to-toe drop, the Brooks Revel 6 is likewise perfect for walking and everyday wear.

Components of the Brooks Revel 6


  • The Brooks Revel 6 will have a durable rubber outsole, the same as the previous model.
  • Changes to the outsole include a more lug pattern for grip and higher traction capabilities.
  • There are also different color and pattern options available in the outsole types.


  • The Brooks Revel 6 will boast a similar BIoMoGO DNA midsole with a few tweaks here and there.
  • You can expect more ample and plush cushioning in the new model.


  • However, the Upper is the same flat knit mesh engineering, however this time with better breathability in the forefoot area and at the sides.
  • The fit is a bit more roomy and comfortable.
  • The internal bootie system also feels less snug and restricting.


Brooks® Revel 6

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.